Tele Vue is wishing you a “DeLite-full” Holiday Season with a SALE on the acclaimed DeLite series of eyepieces. “The DeLite eyepieces deliver a fantastic image, free from aberration and very crisp — exactly what a good eyepiece should do” – Sky at Night. Exceptional performance is expected from Tele Vue and DeLite eyepieces deliver! 62° of high-contrast, tack-sharp images will DeLite your amateur astronomer with every view. Mix in 20-mm eye relief with a quick adjusting and locking eyeguard, compact size for our Bino Vue, compatibility with DIOPTRX™ and FoneMate™ , and light weight; it’s no wonder Astronomy wrote, “Tele Vue has once again created a line of all-around excellent eyepieces…The DeLite line should be on your must-view-through list.” In the crowded class of 60° eyepieces, the DeLite is in a class of its own. Take advantage of Holiday Sale Savings valid while supplies last. Please visit your Tele Vue Dealer today!
At the end of this month, on July 27th, Mars will be in opposition and reach its greatest angular diameter — 24.3-arc-seconds — for the year. This is the best opposition since 2003. It’ll be greater than 21-arc-seconds tonight and well worth observing. For an explanation as to why some oppositions are better, what to expect from this year’s event, and accessories to better view and image Mars, see our blog post: Mars Opposition 2018 Preview.
Mars will be growing rapidly in apparent diameter in the weeks up to the big Mars Opposition on July 27, 2018. With Mars peaking this summer, Tele Vue Optics is making it easier to take a peek with rebates on 13mm and shorter focal length eyepieces for customers in the USA, US Territories, and those with APO/FPO Addresses.
For a very limited time, enjoy a 10% discount on Tele Vue eyepieces, Paracorrs, Powermates™ and Barlow lenses from your authorized Tele Vue dealer. Now is the time to step up to Tele Vue quality! Better act quick because this factory authorized promotion only lasts 5-days: from 12:01 am EST November 23, 2017 to 11:59 pm EST November 27, 2017 (EST = New York time).