20X21 triplet loupe - Photograph 1

20X21 triplet loupe

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The 'standard' magnification for a loupe (for jewellery & gemstones, stamps & coins) is 10X.
This one is 20X
The diameter of the lens is 21mm

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This really is the largest high-quality 20X loupe. Though even with this high-quality triplet, they are at the limit of what can be done technically - although the image is crystal sharp in the centre, it is just a bit wobbly around the edges.

Incidentally, I did once sell a genuine large 20X for half this price, but the quality was so awful I got fed up with people returning them and I discontinued them.


Magnification / lens size in mm: 20X21

Lens material: glass

Lens type: Triplet (one magnifier made of three 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: soft leather case and plain cardboard box

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