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The Most Adaptable "Modular" Eyepiece
List Price: $262.00
Our Price: $169.99
Savings: $92.01
Glasses Compatible? Y
Eye Relief: 20mm
Diameter: 1.25"/2.0"
Apparent Field 68°
Product Weight: 390g

Quantity in Stock:1

Availability:: Usually Ships in 24 Hours
Product Code: 1102013

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68° Apparent Field, Long Eye-relief, Incredibly versatile eyepiece..
1.25 diameter fits all scopes.  One of the very Best Values in eyepieces.
  • 13mm Focal length
  • Fits 1.25" and 2" focusers
  • Accepts 1.25" and 2" filters
  • Accepts 43mm and 54mm T2 photographic adapters for eyepiece projection
  • 20mm eye relief--perfect for glasses wearers.
  • Includes rubber eyecup, caps for top and bottom, and stash bag for safe storage.
  • Other focal lengths can be created by using the Fine Tuning Rings.

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4 of 5 Pleasantly suprised August 18, 2021
Reviewer: MacDaddy from Northwestern Wisconsin, United States  
We primarily have Baader Morpheus' eyepieces that we're happy with. Felt we could utilize a 13mm occasionally and didn't want to spend as much. New to the craft, we wanted to see if there was much difference between them. Initially, I was going to go the Hyperion route due to the flexibility in Focal length(FL). I really don't like messing around with the eyepieces much and would rather just grab a different FL. So we went Morpheus. I'm happy with that. I think the Hyperion is a great eyepiece for the price and is of good quality. The Morpheus may be a tad bit more pleasant on the eye, but all in all, maybe the the extra cost doesn't provide that much more enjoyment in real life viewing. We haven't had it long enough to really make a great decision,  but the gist is, Its very good quality, fun to use, and provides a useful focal length to our setups. Unless you are using all high end eyepieces, I don't see how you'd necessarily be "unhappy" when looking through a Hyperion.

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