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).
Ten years ago the first 13mm Ethos eyepieces shipped to eagerly waiting dealers and their even more eager customers. To celebrate this milestone we’re offering you 10 days to save 10% on all Ethos focal lengths!
Continue reading “10-Years of Ethos SALE!“
The ancient Allegheny Plateau formed from a long-ago regional uplift in the Paleozoic Era. Over the eons, rivers and minor waterways eroded the plateau to form mountainous terrain. The plateau arcs from central New York, through the top-half of Pennsylvania, dives though the heartland of Ohio and West Virginia, and terminates in Kentucky. Smack in the middle of this arc is Cherry Springs State Park in Pennsylvania. Continue reading “Cherry Springs 2017 in Review”
NEAF has always been a great show for us. It’s a wonderful chance for people to get their hands on our equipment and really see and feel the care and quality we put into our products. While five of us were constantly busy showing scopes, making eyepiece recommendations, and enjoying talking amateur astronomy, no one was busier than my father. He was giving show-goers a glimpse of what our eyepieces, adapted to night vision, could do. Continue reading “About the NEAF Night Vision Demonstration”
What a pleasure to have long-time customers come over to our booth to say “hello” to “Uncle Al”. Tim and Spencer Vent came to WSP from Helena, AR. A special thanks to my friend Mal Speer who helps me set-up and demonstrate our products. Kermitis was parked on Tim Peters’ (DiscMount) van to greet visitors looking through our scopes.
Continue reading “2017 WSP with Prototype Image Intensifier!”
Al Nagler’s posting last week (Winter Star Party 2017: in the Eye of “Kermitis”) described his experience designing the optical system for the visual infinity display simulator used by the Apollo astronauts to land the “LEM” on the moon. Through a long-term loan from the Smithsonian, the Tech Works! technology museum in Binghamton, NY, has obtained parts of LEM simulator and asked Al to consult on its restoration. Continue reading “Al’s First “Space Walk Experience” — in the News”
Creating “goodies” for the observing enthusiast has been our continuing passion. Now you can return the favor by celebrating our 40-years with #televue40 on your social media Tele Vue images. We’ll link to the best ones through our blog. Here are some guidelines: Continue reading “#televue40: Show Us Your Tele Vue Images!”
For 40-years Tele Vue has focused on a singular target; delivering a customer experience “…even better than you imagined.” From product concept through to customer service, Tele Vue delivers a level of quality few others can match. Stay tuned to this blog for the latest Tele Vue news and comments from the Tele Vue staff.
Tele Vue is pleased to announce new DeLite focal lengths are now shipping! Rounding out the series will be focal lengths of 13mm, 4mm, and 3mm. These new DeLites are of course parfocal with the current 18.2mm, 15mm, 11mm, 9mm, 7mm, and 5mm models. Continue reading “NOW SHIPPING: New DeLite Focal Lengths!”