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Easy-to-use Jinyi Telescope Eyepiece Portable Choice 6mm Metal 1.25in

Jinyi Telescope Eyepiece, Portable 6mm Metal 6mm Eyepiece 1.25in

$14

Jinyi Telescope Eyepiece, Portable 6mm Metal 6mm Eyepiece 1.25in

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Product description

Feature:
1. 1.25‑inch eyepieces provide the widest field of view as well as extra clarity and long eye distance.
2. Multi‑layer coating, and provides a 50° field of view, very suitable for observation of the moon, planets and a large number of deep sky bodies.
3. The soft goggles effectively protect the eyes when in use, and provide better protection and comfort to the eyes.
4. This product is made of high quality material, very durable and suitable for long term use
5. Lightweight and compact design makes the product very portable and easy to carry.


Specification:
Item Type: Telescope 6mm Eyepiece
Color: Black
Focus Length: 6mm
Field of View: 50°
Coating: Full multi-layer coating
Material: Full Metal+Optic Glass
Weight: Approx. 70g/2.5oz



Package List:
1 x 6mm Eyepiece2 x Eyepiece Protection Cap


Note:
1: Do not tear the soft rubber vigorously to cause damage to the soft rubber
2: Keep away from fire to avoid damage to the lens mirror

Jinyi Telescope Eyepiece, Portable 6mm Metal 6mm Eyepiece 1.25in

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