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 Monday, March 09 2009 @ 03:41 pm EDT (Read 1866 times)  
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Well, I got back on the bandwagon..........Bought some new "Portholes" for my scope..... Laughing Out Loud


I ordered the WS 30mm 80* and the WS 15mm 80*.

According to several Astro Forums and this website, these are some of the finest eyepieces for the money, with views as good as many of the higher priced ones out there............. Rolling Eyes

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 Tuesday, March 17 2009 @ 04:13 pm EDT  
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Cool! I'm looking forward to getting a gander through them there 'portholes'. Hopefully he view will look more like a space window on the Starshp Enterprise than a tank periscope. Big Grin

Dave - Morrow, AR
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 Thursday, March 19 2009 @ 01:03 pm EDT  
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I haven't got to use them yet.........

The 30mm lense eye lense is 2 1/4" in diameter.......Biggest I've seen..........at $70.00, you can't beat it......

Can't wait!! Rolling Eyes

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