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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #241526

Trade: ***BOTH SOLD*** Pair of 9mm Nagler type 6's trade for 15mm pans/9 or 18mm UO orthos

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*******BOTH SOLD************

Strange request, huh? Well, the 9mm focal length is not a good match with my new to me 11" f/5.4 Starmaster with binoviewers, so my 9mm Naglers must go. If you have been wanting to upgrade to Naglers from orthos, this is your chance. I have compared these 9mm Type 6's to 9mm UO orthos and 9mm HD orthos and they are as sharp, contrasty and bright as any ep I have.

My 9mm Nagler type 6's are in perfect condition. I can't find a mark on them. The optics are perfect. I have caps for both and one original box and one not original box.

I would like to get a pair of 9mm or 18mm UO orthos (not HD, must be UO) with boxes and caps in perfect condition. Set screw marks are not a problem.

Would also consider a trade for a pair of 15mm Panoptics in excellent condition.


9mm Nagler type 6's: $240 each, shipped

Would give $90 in trade for the UO orthos.

So, the total cost for a pair of very nice 9mm Nagler type 6's would be $390. Paypal plus 3% is ok.

I will wait a few days for trades and if there are none, then I will post this again with the Naglers for sale.

Thank you for looking,


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