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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #253549

For Sale: UO Konig MK-70 40mm 2" - ***SOLD***

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I am selling my excellent University Optics Konig MK-70 40mm 2" eyepiece. This is the new version with the deep, rubber eyeguard. The eyepiece comes with all caps and the original box.

This is the affordable wide-field 40mm which has given me stunning wide views over the year or so since I bought it new from University Optics. I am going to an all 1.25" format and a poratble refractor so it must go

I am asking $165 shipped to the lower 48 states

James Tooman

From the UO website:

40 mm Konig MK-70

Many of you have asked if we would ever make another eyepiece equal in performance to our legendary Konig 7/70. Well, I think this new 40 mm, with a fantastic 70 degree apparent field, comes close! The perfectly balanced eye relief is very forgiving in that your eye does not have to be perfectly on axis to get the full effect of the wide view. The multicoated system produces a stunning "seamless velvet black" background to the diamond bright star images. New low dispersion camera quality glass lends itself to this advanced optical design. For medium to large aperture instruments, the Konig 40 nun MK-70 is wide field perfection. Exclusive new feature: Threaded for 2" filters on both barrel and eyelens!


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