StellaLyra Premium Cheshire Collimating Eyepiece
 StellaLyra Premium Cheshire Collimating EyepieceStellaLyra Premium Cheshire Collimating Eyepiece 

StellaLyra Premium Cheshire Collimating Eyepiece

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About this product

Model:  Prem_Cheshire

The essential accessory for anyone owning a Newtonian telescope.

This premium combined Cheshire Collimator with Sight Tube is manufactured for us here in the UK to a very high standard. Beautifully machined and anodised with a clearly etched cross on the target face and a precisely centred wire reticle.

The sighting tube’s narrow field of view and crosshairs provide a centring reference for the telescope’s optical elements. The Cheshire eyepiece has a means of providing illumination to a target face (set at 45 degrees to the illuminating hole) that will be used to collimate the primary mirror.


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Excellent product- but the price.
Tuesday, 16 March 2021  | 

This really is a pleasure to use and an essential kit for Newtonian owners. I have played with many other Cheshire variants but none come close to this. The only downside is a fairly aggressive price point for what is a very basic manufacture. I would certainly buy it again but my hip pocket nerve did feel the pain.

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Well made, easy to use, great service
Friday, 12 March 2021  | 

Great service again from FLO, thank you.

This piece of equipment looks good, feels rugged and works very well.
I've never collimated a telescope before - and no instructions are provided of note, however 20 mins of online research / watching a couple of youtube videos made it straightforward.

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Well engineered
Friday, 5 March 2021  | 

Just the job! Well engineered and will last a, lifetime. Tested on my F5 with perfect results.
Great job team FLO. Looks great in the astro tool collection too.

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Great value for money
Monday, 18 January 2021  | 

Very sturdy built cheshire. Gets the job perfectly done!

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Thursday, 12 November 2020  | 

Very well made . All you need forget lasers

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Works well enough if you know how to use it
Thursday, 30 July 2020  | 

Theres no instructions with this, look on you tube and you'll see plenty on laser collumator but not too much if anything on this if you know how to use one of these, great if you are a newby like myself its guess work. Comes in a plastic bag without any protection caps for the ends. its a nice red anodized colour but i don't think you could call it premium. There are simular items at half the price, end cap protection and instructions elsewhere. The only time i've been dissapointed with flo's description of a product.

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Premium Cheshire Collimating Eyepiece
Wednesday, 22 July 2020  | 

Excellent well made product.

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Monday, 29 June 2020  | 

Amazingly made this cheshire. I'm a Newton user and need to fix the telescope and later on it must be collimated of course. Since I want to get the maximum out of this telescope I decided to go for a precision instrument. And so I was directed to this beautiful piece of equipment. I'll be doing my first collimation ever and therefore I wanted quality. Well, it is!

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Tuesday, 23 June 2020  | 

Excellent great quality and precise.

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Premium Cheshire Eyepiece
Tuesday, 23 June 2020  | 

This was purchased to facilitate collimation of my Newtonian OTA. Fortunately I had read a review that warned against the use of a laser collimation tool that can fool the owner that their alignment is good. The quality of this tool is outstanding. It should last a lifetime and probably find use on many OTAs in the future. Best of all it is straightforward to use, although as I am new to this hobby , I watched a number of videos on the topic.

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Q1. I have a Celestron 114EQ short. This has a lens at the end of the focusing tube. I take it that to collimate this you would need to remove this lens?

Yes - this lens will need to be removed before collimation.

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