These 82 degree eyepieces (all but the zooms) offer exceptional edge sharpness and work great with any Stellarvue telescope.
Our favorite “high power” eyepiece for lunar and planetary viewing is the 3-6 Nagler zoom. This 50 degree eyepiece is sharp and color free. It is the one Vic Maris uses for star testing. The advantage of the 3-6 zoom is that one can dial up the power according to the seeing conditions at the time. So one can quickly obtain the maximum useful power on any given night. Since this eyepiece is used exclusively for planets and double stars, the smaller FOV is not an issue.
For viewing deep sky objects with a Stellarvue we recommend the Nagler 9 or 13. Of course you now have an even more stunning choice, the Ethos 10 or 13!
For stunning wide field views choose the 22, 26 or 31 mm Nagler. Choosing a high power, medium power and low power eyepiece will allow you to observe a variety of astronomical objects with adequate field size and the magnification necessary to see subtle details.