Tele Vue 2 to 1.25" In-Travel Adapter

BH #TEAIT2125 • MFR #AIT-2125
Tele Vue
Tele Vue 2 to 1.25" In-Travel Adapter
Key Features
  • Designed for Delos 17.3 / 14mm Eyepieces
  • Fits Any 1.25" Eyepiece and 2" Focuser
  • Extra-Low Profile for More In-Travel
  • Gloss Black Anodized Aluminum
The 2" to 1.25" In-Travel Adapter from Tele Vue fits a 2" focuser and is engineered to bring the 1.25" Tele Vue Delos 17.3 and 14mm eyepieces parfocal with all other 1.25" Tele Vue eyepieces that are using the standard Paracorr 2" to 1.25" adapter. When all of the eyepieces are in parfocal, there is no need to re-focus images after changing eyepieces of different focal lengths. It is made of anodized aluminum with a gloss-black finish that matches the finish on the Delos eyepieces.
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Tele Vue 2 to 1.25" In-Travel Adapter

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Tele Vue AIT-2125 Overview

The 2" to 1.25" In-Travel Adapter from Tele Vue fits a 2" focuser and is engineered to bring the 1.25" Tele Vue Delos 17.3 and 14mm eyepieces parfocal with all other 1.25" Tele Vue eyepieces that are using the standard Paracorr 2" to 1.25" adapter. When all of the eyepieces are in parfocal, there is no need to re-focus images after changing eyepieces of different focal lengths. It is made of anodized aluminum with a gloss-black finish that matches the finish on the Delos eyepieces.

The adapter will also work with any other 1.25" eyepiece and 2" focuser. Its unique design sets the eyepiece below the top of the focuser, allowing for more in-travel and a greater focusing range than regular reducing adapters. Non-Tele Vue eyepieces will not be parfocal if used with this adapter.

Tele Vue AIT-2125 Specs

Material of ConstructionAnodized Aluminum
Dimensions (L x Diam)1 x 2" (2.5 x 5.1m)
Weight2.4 oz (68 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.255 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.75 x 3.35 x 2.3"
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