6X with 4X magnification = 10X combined
Lens diameter 20mm
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Two 20mm diameter lenses, 6X and 4X magnification = 10X together.
A copy of the Zeiss loupe, but at nearly a twentieth of the price.
On the one hand, you don't get the best quality at this price, on the other hand it 'works fine' as a basic magnifier. We sell these by the handful on our stand at the Kempton fair, I think people must be reselling them.
Magnification / lens size in mm: 10X20
Lens material: plastic
Lens type: Unknown, will be the cheapest possible.
Type: jeweller's loupe (small, pocket-size, folds into its plastic casing)
Origin / brand: copy of a Zeiss loupe.
Finish: a tasteful deep blue
Presentation / extras: printed box
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