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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #271846

For Sale: Tele Vue 9mm Nagler Type 2 [SOLD]

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OK folks....this nice little Nagler has been sitting here for a couple of days, all boxed up and waiting for someone to take it and love it and enjoy all it has to offer. Every time the email tone goes off it gets its hopes up, but takers. I fear that it may develop a complex, so I moved it to another room and am re-posting the ad at an even lower price. (Don't tell it that I did this)

This is a Tele Vue 9mm Nagler Type 2 (or 1 depending on who you ask). In any case it was the last release before the T6. This is the 1.25/2 inch version. It is in excellent++ condition with only a couple of light marks on the lower barrel. This eyepiece was purchased new from ATWB and is a nice clean 1 owner ep. Comes as shipped new. Includes box, instructions, caps, and yes...even the ever elusive set screw.

This is an excellent eyepiece and provided one of the best views of M13 I have ever had through my Dob. It has also been a "go to" eyepiece in my TV-76. I just have too many eyepieces in this focal length and need thin out the herd so I can start duplicating some of my other eyepieces for a recenty purchased binoviewer.

Price shipped (CONUS only) is $200.00. Paypal preferred (no surcharge) or Money Order. SALE PENDING THANKS EURVIN

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Thank you very much,


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