Meade #918A 90 degree 1.25" Diagonal

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ME-07202
  • Standard mirror diagonal supplied with most Meade LX-200 telescopes.
  • Designed for 1.25-inch focusers, accepts 1.25-inch eyepieces.
  • Allows for comfortable viewing when objects are near the Zenith.

 

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Meade #918A 90 degree 1.25" Diagonal

Mirror diagonals let you view objects at a 90 degree angle from the direction the telescope is pointing. This means your viewing session will be much more comfortable - especially when the telescope is pointing straight up! The Meade 918A was designed to fit all 1.25-inch focusers and visual backs, and accepts any 1.25-inch eyepiece.

Note: If you are land and wildlife viewing, it is best to use the 45-degree Erect Image diagonal. This diagonal will give you an image that appears right-side-up, but reversed from left to right. The 45-degree Erect Image diagonal will display a correctly oriented scene in all directions (right side up, and left-to-right correct).

 

 

SPECIFICATIONS

Angle90 degree
Diagonal Barrel Size1.25"
Diagonal TypeStar Diagonal
Free ShippingYes
Warranty1 Year Warranty

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  • Meade #918A 90-degree 1.25-Inch Diagonal Mirror

 

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06/06/2020
Donald R.
United States United States
Meade #918A 90 degree 1.25" Diagonal

As advertised it fit my telescope perfectly. I really wanted this to work as this was my late son's telescope and he had so much fun with it when he was alive. Now I can enjoy it and think of him as I do so.

TB
01/25/2020
Terry B.
United States United States
Meade 1.25" Diagonal

I gave this as a gift to replace a missing diagonal. It fit perfectly and enabled him to use the telescope. He seems to like the quality of the mirror.

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11/04/2009
Eggwin
Concerned

I'm concerned about this prism (made in China and the quality control behind it. The one I received with my ETX LS6 had large gap on the screw down cover and a rubber shim out of place.