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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #827857

For Sale: ES 25 mm 100 degree eyepiece - LIKE NEW! [SOLD]

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ES 25 mm 100 degree eyepiece for sale. Like new, used just a few times in compression ring Paracorr in my dob.

W-I-D-E apparent FOV, almost as much true field as a 31T5 Nagler with a smaller exit pupil and larger magnification. This eyepiece was very good on Stephan's Quintet under very dark skies. Reason for selling is I wanted to try it, but in my f4.3 dob I don't use this focal length very often. Ideal for a larger aperture dob with a longer focal length.

Must be the nicest eyepiece box and packaging I've ever seen. Included is the blank registration card and lens caps.

$499.00 for this one, save $100 bucks off of new and get one just as nice. Has a little dust on the lenses, I've never touched the glass. For sale in the US only, I can only accept a USPS money order, and shipping and insurance is included. PLEASE - NO PAYPAL I don't have an account and don't want one.

I'll send it out the same day I receive the money order up until this Friday, August 9th. I will be unavailable to ship the following week so it's either this week or in two weeks to ship.

If you can live with these terms let me know and I'll get it ready to ship.

Cheers, Jim

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