Meade Telescopes Accessory Kit for Meade ETX 90 / 105 / 125 Telescopes - Amateur Astronomer's Kit 0

Meade Telescopes Accessory Kit for Meade ETX 90 / 105 / 125 Telescopes - Amateur Astronomer's Kit 07852 was designed specifically for your Meade ETX Telescope.

Meade Telescope Accessories Kit 07852 includes six Meade Accessories to use with your Meade ETX 90 AT, Meade ETX 105 AT, Meade ETX 125AT Telescope, Premier Edition Meade ETX 90PE, Meade ETX 105 PE, Meade ETX 125PE Telescope, or Meade ETX 90 / 105 / 125 EC Telescopes.

Meade ETX Telescopes Accessories Kit 07852 includes three Meade 1.25" Super Plossl Eyepieces (9.7mm, 15mm and 32mm), Meade #126 2x Short Focus Barlow Lens (1.25"), Meade #541 AC Adapter, and Meade #3200 Lunar Planetary Color Filter Set.

Meade Super Plossl Eyepieces yield a wide field of view, consistent with pinpoint edge-of-field sharpness and long eye relief.

Meade Barlow Lens doubles eyepiece power without loss of high image quality. Only 2.5" long, Meade #126 Barlow Lens works well with any telescope accepting 1.25" eyepieces, even those with limited focus range.

Meade ETX Telescopes may be powered from standard 115 v AC home electricity with Meade #541 AC Adapter. Meade AC Adapter #541 plugs into any standard home outlet and includes a 25 ft. cord connecting to the telescope 's control panel.

Optical Glass Meade Color Filters increase image contrast and resolution on the Moon and planets and reduce glare of the full or near-full Moon.

Package Contents:

  • Meade Telescopes Accessory Kit for Meade ETX Telescopes - Amateur Astronomers Kit 07852
  • Meade Super Plossl 9.7mm Eyepiece (1.25")
  • Meade Super Plossl 15mm Eyepiece (1.25")
  • Meade Super Plossl 32mm Eyepiece (1.25")
  • #126 2x Short-Focus Barlow Lens (1.25")
  • #541 AC Adapter
  • #3200 Lunar and Planetary Color Filter Set

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Jessie - Add Reply

Getting a scope with a single eyepiece is like getting a DVD player with only one DVD. Yeah, it's great, but you really need more to make it viable. Switching to a higher (or lower) power eyepiece is a must-have capability for any scope, as sometimes you want a wider field of view, or sometimes you want to drill into a single object or cluster. We use the lower power eyepieces for terrestrial viewing as well, which provides a great way to watch the wildlife -- herons, ducks, chicks, etc., and then switch to the higher elements when we find something of deeper interest. Pros: Good value for the money. Cons: Why aren't these part of the main product?

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