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  1. Tele Vue 25mm Plössl

    This is a very good medium to low power eyepiece for lunar observing, viewing emission and reflection nebulas in their entirety, etc. It's super with an f/4.5 Dobsonian reflector for rich field scanning of the Milky Way star clouds in Sagittarius from a dark sky site . . .
  2. Explore Scientific 25mm 52° Series Waterproof Eyepiece


    Looking for something out of the ordinary for your next eyepiece?  The Explore Scientific 52° series is a strong contender for necessary addition to your eyepiece collection.

  3. Celestron 25mm X-Cel LX Series 1.25"

    This medium focal length 25mm Celestron X-Cel LX Series six-element eyepiece is usable for high quality low to medium power magnification for observing galaxy clusters, viewing emission and reflection nebulas in their entirety, and more. It can also be used for imaging with a smart phone
  4. Tele Vue 27mm 2" Panoptic

    An excellent premium-quality low power wide field 2" eyepiece for the serious deep space explorer . . .
  5. Takahashi Starbase 25mm Kellner 1.25" Eyepiece


    These entry level Takahashi eyepieces are made to the exacting standards one has come to expect from Takahashi.

  6. Explore Scientific 25mm 100° field argon-purged waterproof 2" eyepiece

    The 100° apparent field of this Explore Scientific first-of-its-kind 25mm argon-purged waterproof 2" eyepiece provides superb maximum field/medium power observing in all scopes, from small apo refractors to the largest Dobsonians and catadioptrics.
  7. Astro-Tech 25mm 1.25" Paradigm Dual ED

    This Astro-Tech 25mm Paradigm Dual ED is a medium-low to low power eyepiece that will visibly upgrade the views through your scope when compared with the standard 25/26mm eyepiece supplied with most new scopes . . .
  8. Astro-Tech 25mm 1.25" PF Eyepiece

    Regular Price: $55.00

    Special Price $40.00

    Looking to upgrade your standard 25/26mm eyepiece? Look no further than the Astro-Tech 25mm PF series eyepiece.
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