10X12 doublet loupe, very good quality lens - Photograph 1

10X12 doublet loupe, very good quality lens

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Summary

10X12
(10X magnification, 12mm diameter lens)

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SIZE:
10X12 - 10X13 - 10X14 - 10X20 - 10X21 - 10X21 - 10X23 - "30X21”
(magnification X diameter of lens, mm)

OPTICAL QUALITY:
basic - GOOD - very good – exceptional

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Comments

Good quality lens, better than the standard 10X12, if you want a better-than average lens at a good price, this is a good choice.

What you can't see from the photo is that due to clever design, the overall size (casing) is very small which makes it a nice size to keep in your pocket.

Technical

Magnification / lens size in mm: 10X12

Lens material: glass

Lens type: Doublet (one magnifier made of two lenses on top of each other)

Type: jewellers' loupe (small, pocket-size, folds into its metal casing)

Origin / brand: we import these from China

Casing: metal

Finish: chrome

Presentation / extras: Plain cardboard box

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