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Celestron X-Cel LX


Celestron X-Cel LX
Celestron X-Cel LX eyepieces represent a significant upgrade to the standard eyepieces supplied with most telescopes, offering a wider 60 degree apparent field. That difference translates into more visual real estate for your eye to enjoy. With a brand new sleek and robust design and a twist-up eye guard, these eyepieces are especially designed for comfort and ease of use. They each feature 6-element fully multi-coated optics for magnificent wide field performance. X-Cel LX eyepieces are parfocal and require little to no focusing when changing from low to high power. The X-Cel LX series is offered in the following seven sizes: 2.3 mm, 5 mm, 7 mm, 9 mm, 12 mm, 18 mm and 25 mm.
  • Wide field of view enhances views of the night sky
  • 6-element fully multi-coated optics create sharper images
  • Extendable twist-up eyepieces are easier and more comfortable, especially for eyeglass wearers
  • No slip, rubber grip ring for secure handling, even in moist conditions
  • Parfocal eyepiece require little to no focusing when changing from low to high power
  • Great for binoviewing at higher powers

Celestron X-Cel LX

Celestron 2.3mm X-Cel LX Eyepiece
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$67.95
Celestron 5mm X-Cel LX Eyepiece
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$67.95
Celestron 7mm X-Cel LX Eyepiece
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$67.95
Celestron 9mm X-Cel LX Eyepiece
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$67.95
Celestron 12mm X-Cel LX Eyepiece
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$67.95
Celestron 18mm X-Cel LX Eyepiece
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$67.95
Celestron 25mm X-Cel LX Eyepiece
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$67.95

Why you should consider Celestron X-Cel LX Eyepieces

Here at Skies Unlimited we are very fond of the X-Cel LX eyepiece line, and we think you should be too. These eyepieces are a significant improvement over the standard Plossl eyepieces supplied with almost all telescopes today. Their larger 60 degree apparent field of view compares favorably to the 50 degree apparent field of a Plossl. More important, both the eye relief and the size of the eye lens are consistent across the entire line. These attributes scale up and down with the focal length of a Plossl eyepiece, making short focal length Plossls both uncomfortable and impractical to use at focal lengths less than about 9 mm. If that isn't enough to convince you, then the value should. You quite literally need to spend at least twice as much to find a better eyepiece than the Celestron X-Cel LX.