10X20 best 10X mag. stand magnifier

10X20 best 10X mag. stand magnifier

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10X magnification, 20mm diameter lens.


This was one of many samples that manufacturers send me and, as usual, I opened it without having any expectations, they are usually sweet little toys suitable for children (e.g. 'bug magnifiers'). I was in for a surprise.

THIS one is quite spectacular in quality! it is from the same company that make the high quality jeweller's Loupes, and they've used a 'triplet' lens to get the best quality. This is by far the best general inspection magnifier for photographs, prints, fabrics, stamps, coins, pcbs (anything flat).


Magnification / lens size in mm: 10X20

Maximum working distance: 10mm (the total height is 45mm but the bottom lens has a working distance of 10mm).

Origin / brand: we import these from China

Construction / presentation: glass lenses in a silver plastic tube, encased in clear acrylic. Supplied in a plain white cardboard box.

Further information

Everything you need to know about magnifiers and magnification.

See information about (and reviews of) loupes (small high-power folding jewellers' magnifiers).

See information about (and reviews of) binocular (head-worn) magnifiers- especially the surgeons-type.

See a guide to magnifiers for the partially-sighted.

See loupes with UV lights.

Video (electronic) magnifiers, video magnifiers compared.

Products: see pocket microscopes and phone microscopes, click here.

With most magnifiers* magnification and working distance are related. Download our Excel sheet, enter a magnification to see the resulting working distance, enter a working distance to see the resulting magnification.

* excluding surgeons-type, digital & phone magnifiers, and microscopes.


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