Meade provide a wide variety of quality accessories for Telescopes, here are some examples from the range.
Meade Series 5000 eyepieces give stunning, wide-angle views in a full range of focal lengths that will make your telescope perform to its visual limits and produce images of celestial objects that will leave you breathless!
Designed and manufactured to exacting standards, Meade Series 4000 Super Plössl eyepieces deliver wide 52° apparent fields of view (44° for the SP40mm) with all of the resolution, edge-of-field sharpness and color correction demanded in the most advanced visual applications.
Meades Series 4000 QX Wide Angle is a new line of 5 element eyepieces designed and engineered for high-performance observing. They yield a super wide 70 degree apparent field of view with extreme resolution. This is one of the few eyepieces sold today that can give you a wide field of view with a consistent pinpoint edge-of-field sharpness and long eye relief. All QX Wide Angle Eyepieces feature multi-layered optical coatings to maximize light transmission, and edge-blackened optics for superior image contrast. The new Meade Series 4000 QX Wide Angle eyepieces are an incredible value, delivering excellent performance.
The new Series 5000 TeleXtenders are the finest power multipliers sold today. Their advanced 4 element design delivers a flatter field-of-view with sharper edges than even the best 3 element apochromatic Barlows. They feature fully multi-coated lenses with no color fringing. Get all of the benefits from your 2" eyepieces with the new Series 5000 2x 2" TeleXtender (with 1.25" adapter). The 5x TeleXtender is a perfect match for short focal length refractors - particularly for viewing or imaging planets in minute detail.
Premium grade optical glass
Individually tuned, multi-layered coatings for maximum light transmission and highest contrast
Lens edges and all internal metal surfaces are blackened to maximize image contrast
Maintain the comfortable eye relief of longer focal length eyepieces while increasing the magnification