Yes, just checked my records and mine was from 2014 and it had a 3" Crayford focuser and at that time it did cost 693 euros. But the type of glass was not specified and the website only mentioned ED doublet with glass from Ohara.
So it was not exactly the same scope as it has been pointed out - but I feel both the scope I had and the one in question are very similar, if not identical, optically and also mechanically.
Current series of ED 102 Photoline has FPL-53 and Lanthanum specified and it costs more. I am quite confident that mine had FPL-51, same as the scope that OP is inquiring about. Mine also had a tube from rolled aluminium, while the new scope apparently has CNC-tube.
Either way, my point was that there will most likely be some noticeable but controlled chromatic aberration at higher powers.
Edited by Suavi, 21 May 2019 - 03:55 AM.