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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #209155

For Sale: Denk II Binoviewer™ Comments

Ad No.: 209155
Seller: Denkmeier Optical, Inc.
Posted: 8/9/2003 3:41 PM
Location: 135 Marcus Blvd
Hauppauge, NY - United States
Phone: 410-208-6014
Ad Hits: 403
Please read some initial comments below from happy customers who have taken delivery of the Denkmeier II Binoviewer. Backlogs should be eliminated by the end of August and ordering a DenkII will mean delivery within one or two weeks at that time.
DenkII: $799 includes custom foam die-cut case full of bolt accessory cases. Available Additionally:
Patent Pending 2"Multi-Purpose OCS™ for Newts and Refractors for low-power applications:$299
Patent Pending 2" SCT Richfield Star*Sweeper™: $149
Self Centering Diopter Holders™ (SCD Holders) allowing individual focus of eyepieces via helical mechanism: $120 for two.
Hi - just to let you know I received the binoviewer and was able to use it
for the first time yesterday - it works absolutely great in all respects,
I'm just thrilled. Best views on the sun in white light and of Mars I‘ve had.
K.Blanc, France

Spent about an hour with the binos and wow. I wanted to make sure I wasn’t
trying to make myself feel better about spending a serious chunk of change
on a "gimmick" and let me tell you what. I am 100% pleased with its optical
performance. E.Mayne, USA

I put the D2 with StarSweeper on my 12" Meade LX200GPS and pointed
at the Lagoon Nebula......WOW!!! I couldn't get over the increase in contrast.
J/Burnett, USA


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