Celestron X-CEL 2x Barlow Lens -1.25

BH #CE93529 • MFR #93529
Celestron X-CEL 2x Barlow Lens -1.25
Key Features
  • Fully Multicoated
  • Rubber Grip
  • Brass Pressure Ring
  • Black Anodized Finish
The X-CEL 2x Barlow Lens -1.25 from Celestron has a 3-element fully multi coated design. It has a brass pressure ring for securely holding the eyepiece without damaging the barrel. A ridged rubber grip provides a secure, non-slip hold. The black anodized finish with orange rings makes for a visually attractive device. It is threaded for 1.25" filters.
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Hello. Does this barlow pair with the Celestron ...

Hello. Does this barlow pair with the Celestron zoom 8-24? I mean, does it make sense this configuration? Thanks!
Asked by: Ignacio
Pairing a zoom eyepiece with a 2x Barlow Lens is not recommended. Focusing issues may be encountered, as well as light loss due to numerous lenses in the optical train. Sincerely, Garrett at Celestron
Answered by: Telescope
Date published: 2020-10-04

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I have a new celestron NexStar 130SLT LOOKING FOR A BARLOW LENSE
Asked by: Anonymous
This will be compatible.
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2019-06-24

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Will this work in a Meade Lightbridge?
Asked by: Anonymous
yes. should work on any scope that takes a 1.25 eyepiece.
Answered by: scott g.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Can the lense assembly be unscrewed and attached to an eye piece like the Omni line barlow?
Asked by: Ian L.
Sorry for my delayed reply. My wife and I lecture on Princess Cruise ships and we just returned on the 23rd. I am familiar with barlow lenses that are threaded and can screw into the inside of a 1.25 eyepiece. I presume this is what you mean. This is not such a unit. The barlow is fixed inside a cell within the unit and does not appear to be readily removable. The front of the barlow is indeed threaded so as to allow a standard filter to be screwed in (if desired), just as you would screw such a filter into an eyepiece. The front of the barlow fits into a 1.25 drawtube (travel around 1.2 inches) and a 1.25 eyepiece fits into the back end with an allowed travel slightly greater. The whole unit in just a fraction under 3 inches long. The barlow lens, within its mounting, has a clear aperture (front lens), of 0.7 .In my limited experience using it (C14), it performed in a satisfactory manner.
Answered by: Peter A.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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