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Most Helpful Positive Review Celestron Telescope Eyepiece - Filter Accessory Kit - 94303
The Celestron Telescope Eyepiece - Filter Accessory Kit - 94303 is an excel...
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Most Helpful Negative Review Cheap Plastic Case -- NOT aluminum
Just rcv'd this kit via UPS less than 30 minutes ago, so I have not been ab...
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Filter Accessory Kit

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, RI Written on August 28, 2013
Handy case and useful tools
Pros: good kit for the money: eyepieces, filters, barlow 2x, and a case I've expandedfor other items
Cons: maybe let the customer choose the eyepieces from a list ...
Would recommend: Yes
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Good deal

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CO Written on March 2, 2013
Lots of cool lens and filters with a nice case...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great value for eyepiece kit

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on November 4, 2012
This set will complete most of serious atronomer's eyepiece set. High quality fully multi-coated eyepiece. At this price, It's a steal...
Would recommend: Yes
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Cheap Plastic Case -- NOT aluminum

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on November 2, 2012
Just rcv'd this kit via UPS less than 30 minutes ago, so I have not been able to use/review the eyepieces nor filters yet...but the most irritating thing that was immediately obvious is that the kit is advertised as coming in an "ALUMINUM CASE" and the pkging for the kit indicates the same thing...but the case is cheap molded plastic, colored to look like an aluminum case.

I hope this is not an indication of other cost cutting that may have been done to the quality of the filters and eyepieces...I will write another/updated review regarding the eyepieces and filters themselves...but was so disgusted with this phony plastic case that I had to say something about it right away....
Would recommend: Yes
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re: ETX90 (duper542)

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, IN Written on July 11, 2012
The image reversal you spoke of is completely normal for the telescope. You can use an erecting prism to flip the image back to what the naked eye sees, but this is only really necessary for terrestrial viewing. Also, aligning the red dot finder is a rather simple process and will aid in aligning the scope overall toward what you would like to view. All of the following should be done with a low power eyepiece. During daytime, first point the telescope at a distant land based object (radio tower, treetop, etc. being careful to not point the scope at the sun) and center it in the field of view. Tighten any knobs to lock the telescope in place then use the windage and elevation knobs on the finder to place the red dot over the object in the telescope. Double check that the object is still centered in the telescopes field of view. To finely align after this rough alignment is made, find a bright star at night and center in the telescope. Then adjust the finder so the red dot is over the star. You will probably have re-center the star in the telescope and adjust the finder several times to get it perfectly aligned....
Would recommend: No
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ETX90

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on July 1, 2012
difficult 2 align, reversed imaging, red dot finder difficullt 2 align,dvd blank
Pros: awesome moon gazer
Cons: novice,difficult tounderstand...
Would recommend: Yes
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Celestron Telescope Eyepiece - Filter Accessory Kit

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on March 29, 2010
Would recommend this to anyone especially if he/she is a relative newbie to Celestron telescopes.
Pros: Great value....
Would recommend: Yes
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Celestron Eyepiece Kit

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, TX Written on February 21, 2010
The eyepiece kit is well worth the money. The eyepiece assortment allow lots of flexibility viewing terrestrial and celestial opbects - the moon, planets, clusters and stars. The case is very well made and has room for other accessories - star diagonals, other eyepieces and so on. the filters cover everything you'll need for getting the most from your sessions.
Pros: Good selection of eyepiece magnifications, filters and the case is versatile.
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great service

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on February 15, 2010
I received this as soon as they told me it would be back in stock. We were quite pleased with the quality of the set and seemed very comparable price wise as anywhere else plus they offered free shipping.
Pros: Quick shipping when available
Cons: Was out of stock for quite a while ...
Would recommend: Yes
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The Celestron Telescope Eyepiece - Filter Accessory Kit - 94303

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WV Written on February 6, 2010
The Celestron Telescope Eyepiece - Filter Accessory Kit - 94303 is awesome when comparing it to the price/performance ratio! I will never forget the "awe" factor after receiving the kit. In February of 2009, I purchased my first telescope from a hobby shop. After using the EPs (and the telescope) for about a week, I realized it was time for a more serious telescope and EPs.

The EPs arrived before the Skywatcher 10" Dob that was purchased from Opticspalnet.com. After dropping in the new 94303s, I was astounded at the clarity and was completely floored as compared to the standard EPs received with the hobby store telescope. And, lost a lot sleep afterwards. ;-)

As for the con of the product, I believe it is due to the range of the focal lengths of the EPs. Overtime, I realized - as others have mentioned - only the 9mm, 15mm, and 32mm were used. With the barlow provided with the kit, only the 15mm (80% of the time) and 32mm (20% of the time) was used with it. And, only one or two of the filters were used for the past year mostly due to the brightness of the moon.

For the performance compared to the price of the kit, you can not go wrong with this product - esp. if you only have the EPs provided with your telescope. I would recommend this kit to anyone even though not all products were utilized very often. It is a great value for the money!!!!

Pros: Great Value for the Money!
Cons: Not All Products in the Kit Was Used for the Past Year....
Would recommend: Yes
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