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William Optics binoviewer, eyepiece and filter set.

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Replied by Until_then-Goodnight! on topic William Optics binoviewer, eyepiece and filter set.

Hi Paul,

Very tempting, but I'll have to hold off for now as I my hours were cut back quite a bit thanks to Covid-19.

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Hi Darren
Next time we meet up I can give you the use of the set, just to see if they work with your set up, no sense in spending money on something that does not work.
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Replied by Until_then-Goodnight! on topic William Optics binoviewer, eyepiece and filter set.

Hi Paul,

That's a great idea! Of course, if a buyer comes to you between now and the time we meet up again feel free to go ahead with the sale.

I hope the Herschel 400 is going well with all the clear skies we're having.

All the the best,

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Do you know of these Bino Viewers are suitable for my Celestron  CPC800  ALT/AZ   Telescope ?
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They will work perfectly with that scope, I used them on a Mak scope, the focusing of the SCT allows them to focus easily.
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Im definitely interested in them , but getting hold of them bit of an issue with the Lockdown at present.
Are you selling through this Site or will i have to make an offer on   Adverts.ie ?
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Replied by lunartic_old on topic William Optics binoviewer, eyepiece and filter set.

Hi Stephen

Either will do.  You can send me a private message on this site.

Yeah, social distancing has to be obeyed, I can keep them on hold for you until this passes over.

What part of the world are you from?

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