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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #242145

For Sale: **Sold** 2 Antares W70 - 19mm eyepieces

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I have 2 Antares W70 19mm eyepieces (70 degree fov) for sale. I am only selling because I am getting a pair of 19mm panoptics.

They are both in decent condition with both endcaps and boxes. They work wonderfully in my binoviewer but they have been used extensively as my eyepieces of choice for planetary viewing and they are not in like new condition. One has greenish color coatings the other has purplish/blue color coatings and both have small flecks of dust somewhere on the lens that is only visible if you look through them at a bright light, the dust has never effected the wonderful views through these eyepieces in my binoviewer and I am too paranoid to try to clean them.

I can definitely recommend these eyepieces for binoviewing in a fast scope or "cyclops mode" in a slow scope. I have tested each one of these eyepieces in "cyclops mode" and I am not very impressed with them in my f/5.9 8" dob but they work great in my friends 4.5" f/8 dob.

These cost me $49.00 each brand new.

I prefer to sell them as a pair for $65.00 shipped or $35.00 each shipped.

I prefer payment with paypal (no additional fee).

Thanks for looking,

Garry Johnson

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