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Celestron 1.25" Collimation Eyepiece

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  • Easy & Simple to Use
  • Precisely Aligns Newtonian & Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescopes
  • Fits into 1.25" Focusers or Diagonals

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    Celestron 1.25" Collimation Eyepiece

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    Celestron OZScopes


    Celestron 1.25" Collimation Eyepiece

    The Celestron 1.25" Collimation Eyepiece is a perfect tool for aligning your Newtonian and Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescopes for accurate night sky observation. This collimation eyepiece fits perfectly into 1.25" focusers or diagonals. The Celestron Collimation Eyepiece is simple and easy to use, with a small opening on one end and a thin cross hair at the other end.

    Celestron 1.25" Collimation Eyepiece Features:
  • Easy & Simple to Use
  • Precisely Aligns Newtonian & Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescopes
  • Fits into 1.25" Focusers or Diagonals
  • Celestron OZScopes


    Celestron 1.25" Collimation Eyepiece

    The Celestron 1.25" Collimation Eyepiece is a perfect tool for aligning your Newtonian and Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescopes for accurate night sky observation. This collimation eyepiece fits perfectly into 1.25" focusers or diagonals. The Celestron Collimation Eyepiece is simple and easy to use, with a small opening on one end and a thin cross hair at the other end.

    Celestron 1.25" Collimation Eyepiece Features:
  • Easy & Simple to Use
  • Precisely Aligns Newtonian & Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescopes
  • Fits into 1.25" Focusers or Diagonals
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