TeleVue Telescope Eyepiece Carrying BagItem#: HN-TVU001
TeleVue Eyepiece Carry Bag
Foam lined with cutouts for 2 Inch and 1-1/4 inch eyepieces - up to 13. Also holds Bino Vue.
The Tele Vue Eyepiece Carry Bag is a wonderful accessory for carrying your Tele Vue accessories and eyepieces! Ok, you can carry non-Tele Vue eyepieces too. The variety of holes and cutouts permits many combinations, including carrying the Bino Vue with eyepiece sets, the 31mm Nagler Type 5, or diagonals.
Flexibility from the dual hole, split foam provides proper size and depth for holding many different eyepiece types and accessories. The dense foam protects eyepieces from shock and holds the case rigid. It will not flex even when loaded. The bag is an attractive medium gray nylon material with foam inner liner. The exterior bag dimensions are 21" L x 9" W x 6" D. Carry handle and adjustable shoulder strap are included.
Dimensions & Specifications
Telescope Accessories Series
TeleVue Eyepiece Carry Bags
$79.00 to $127.00
- Planetary and Lunar views are improved
- Great for Jupiter's Great Red Spot
- Martian surface features significanly boosted
- Darkens background sky and improves subtle detail
- Great for Galaxies, Nebulae and Globular Clusters
- Dielectric coatings on both sides of substrate
- Dual band filter only permits green and red through
- Enhances detail and preserves natural color
- Provides most natural view
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Comments about TeleVue Telescope Eyepiece Carrying Bag:
I bought this about a year ago. I guess I just wasn't thinking straight. I paid about $100 I think and what I got was worth $30. This is nothing more than a zip up formed, duffle bag with a foam block in it. Nothing more. The foam block I got sucked compared to the pictures posted here. It was totally different and NOT helpful for storing a lot of televue eyepieces. So at least it looks like they have improved the foam provided, but please, [$]? You've got to be kidding. Please save your money to spend on some other over-priced piece of astronomy gear (because it's all over-priced in this hobby).
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