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Meade SWA28mm 2" Eyepiece
By david elosser 6/22/2005
I am sure you have heard the bad-mouthing that Chinese imports sometimes get. Here is an eyepiece that proudly wears its country of origin.

Product review: The Orion Stratus Wide-Field eyepiece.
By Robert Piekiel 6/9/2005
In the late spring of 2005 an S&T advertisement by Orion caught my eyes for a line of wide-field eyepieces with a 68-degree AFOV and 20mm of eye relief...

Celestron 2" 19mm Axiom Eyepiece
By david elosser 5/15/2005
When you read the descriptions about the Celestron 19mm 2" Axiom ep, you get the impression you are getting a top quality eyepiece for under $200.00. Could this really be the case?

Russell Optics 85mm Super-Plossl
By Clayton Cramer 3/24/2005
A nicely done, bargain priced eyepiece designed for rather special duty.

William Optics Swan Eyepiece- 20 mm
By Chad Moore 3/5/2005
The search for bargain glass continues...

22mm & 17mm Nagler T4's
By Ed Moran 10/31/2004
Two great medium power eyepieces for large SCT'S

Comparing the Tele Vue 12mm Radian
By Patrick Anway 10/27/2004
A look at the Tele Vue Radian and how it compares to a 12.5mm Ultima and 12mm ortho

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