Used Orion 9mm 100 Degree Mega Field Eyepiece - SOLD

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  • This is a used eyepiece in very good condition
  • Mega 100 degree field of view
  • Fully multi coated optics


Used Orion 9mm 100 Degree Mega Field Eyepiece - SOLD

Orion’s 9mm GiantView 100° Ultra-Wide eyepiece offers a visual experience you’ll never forget with its astounding 100° apparent field of view. That’s nearly twice the apparent field of our popular Sirius Plossl eyepiece line! Offered at a fraction of the price of similar models, the 9mm Orion GiantView telescope eyepiece delivers huge, pristine views of the cosmos.  

With its design consisting of 6 fully multi-coated lens-elements arranged in 4 groups, the Orion 9mm GiantView eyepiece will amaze you with exquisite views through a telescope. The GiantView design yields excellent correction, so you can observe objects in detail even if they are near the edge of the colossal 100° apparent field of view. Substantial 13mm eye relief makes the 9mm GiantView a comfortable experience to use. 

Its relatively light weight of 15.2 oz. means you won’t have to re-balance your telescope every time you want to use the 9mm 100° eyepiece, as you would when using similar, extraordinarily heavy ultra-wide angle eyepieces. The 9mm GiantView features a removable 2” barrel, so it can be used in both 2” and 1.25” telescope focusers and diagonals. 

You can easily enhance the ultra-wide views with either 2” or 1.25” Orion filters (sold separately) since the 9mm GiantView barrels are threaded for use with like-sized eyepiece filters. 

Our 9mm GiantView 100° Ultra-Wide telescope eyepiece will show you an amazing amount of sky with well corrected field edges at an affordable price that belies its excellent quality.


Apparent Field of View100 Degrees
ConditionVery good
Warranty90 Day


  • Orion Ultra wide angle 9mm 2" eyepiece
  • Caps and bolt container


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