Bar Magnifier, small

Bar Magnifier, small

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Stock: 91

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Special clearance price while stocks last (once sold, there are no more)

About 2X magnification. A cylinder of plastic, rest it on the page, slide it down. Total 6 inches, length of magnifier is 3.5 inches. Small enough to carry in a top pocket (it even has a clip) yet large enough to read the width of a newspaper column.

Particularly good for dyslexics - it's not the magnification that helps, it's the 'guide line' that stops the eye from wandering. 

In the photograph the clip is blue. Some clips are blue, some are white - supplied as available.

Read all about magnification and how to choose a magnifier, click here.


Q. Why is this in the "Clearance" section?

This is a good seller. They sell at the rate of 3 or 4 per month. However, we have several hundred in stock. so it would be good for us to ‘clear’ some of them. 


Magnification / lens size in mm: 2X 80X10

Field of view: It rests exactly on the page and is almost flat, so the field of view is exactly 80mm X 10mm.

Lens material: plastic

Presentation: Plain cardboard box

Origin / brand: I bought these as a 'job lot' and haven't actually any idea where they originate, probably China...most items you see here in the U.K. are made in China.

Further info.

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.

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.


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