At home I looked at the web for the brand of the telescope (Spectron) and the only EP (20 mm WIDE FIELD from Tele-Science). Both were on a dutch astrowebsite on the list "DON'T BY THIS" .
I cleaned the optics and gave it a try on the house of the neighbours (not bad), the clouds (not bad) and passing aeroplanes (still not bad). So I tried it at night and guess what?
Stars were sharp for 95% of the EP and color problems with bright stars were very acceptable (not worse than in my old ETX-70). So why not trying some DSO? M13 was no problem at all. M57 was just visible as a some bigger star (than all other points in the EP). The FOV is around 1°. I have no idea about the magnification, because I don't know the focal length of the Spectron. I guess it must be something like x25.
Because most people don't believe in miracles I made two sketches as proof. I already asked at the Spectron on my knees forgiveness for the idea of putting him with the rubbish. I think he forgave me, because the next day I tried the Moon and the image was... excellent!