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    has anyone had any experience with the Sky-Watcher brand ep's. Mainly these here, Sky Watcher EP's @ OPTCorp. The look very similar to the celestron kit that I bought. Was wondering if anyone had any insight?


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    all made by gso my friend.they supply most of the main scope manufacturers
    these days,such as s/w,celestron,meade,orion.etc etc.
    they do vary the style slightly sometimes,depending on who they
    supply.but essentially,the same ep's.
    clear skies,
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    Another tidbit to know is that Synta owns both Celestron and Skywatcher, the former, Celestron, having celebrated its 50th anniversary this year, so one can expect the two company's astro products to overlap. Look here:

    Synta Optical Technology And Celestron Announce A New Telescope Supplier In The US / Celestron.com

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