TPO 3X ED Barlow Lens - 1.25"

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  • TPO 3X ED Barlow Lens - 1.25"

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    • Triples the Magnifying "Power" of your Eyepieces!
    • Fully Multi-Coated Optics
    • Includes Thumbscrew
    • Size: 1.25 Inches

    TPO 3X ED Barlow Lens - 1.25"

    Have you ever wanted to try a 3X barlow lens but didn't want to invest a great deal of money on an accessory you may or may not use? Then consider the TPO - 3X ED Barlow Lens. It will triple the magnifying power of all your 1.25 inch eyepieces!

    This fully multi-coated barlow lens, offers you the opportunity to see if a barlow lens is right for you.... and the extra-low dispersion optical glass is a bonus! This discount 3X barlow lens makes a wonderful addition to your telescope accessories and increases the usefulness of the eyepieces in your collection. Great for the beginner or for those who only occasionally use a barlow lens! Superb performance on lunar or planetary viewing and for coaxing high powers out of short focal length telescopes, like many of today's fast refractors. Exceptional quality and a low, low price... Only from TPO!

    TPO - 3X ED Barlow Lens - 1.25 inch Features

    • Fully multi-coated ED optical glass for high quality, high contrast, high power images.
    • Excellent premium beginner barlow lens.
    • Low profile.
    • Thumbscrew for eyepiece security.


    TPO Product Number: B3125


    Accessory Length127mm
    Accessory TypeBarlow
    Barrel Size1.25"
    Free ShippingYes
    Warranty2 Year Warranty

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    • Is this a good lens to use with my new Orion 10022 StarMax 90mm TableTop Maksutov-Cassegrain Telescope? I am worried it may not be my BEST option? This will be my first ever scope and with all the light pollution here in Inland Oceanside. Worried I won'

      Yes. The 3x Barlow will work well with this telescope. Another good choice would be the 2X Barlow as well.