1.25 X 100
1.25X magnification, 200mm diameter)
Extra (inset) lens 3X25
3X magnification, 25mm diameter
A a hand magnifier with a split handle, two batteries fit into one half (there are two quite bright LED lights) and in the other half is a tightly-wound cord.
Open the handle (like split legs). Remove the cord. You can wear it around the neck for hands-free operation - see picture...and also please see "Instructions".
Please note, if you buy between 1 and 9 of these, batteries are included. If you buy 10 or more, then is an automatic discount, but batteries are not included.
Type: hand reader/round the neck magnifier
Magnification / lens size in mm: main lens is 1.25 X 100, the extra 'insert' lens is 3 X 25
Power: two AAA batteries
Lens material: plastic
Finish: grey and black
Origin / brand: China
Presentation / extras: plain white cardboard box
In one arm are the batteries, insert two size AAA.
You must clip the cord to the inside of the arms near the switch and lens. If you clip the cord anywhere else it won't rest on your chest, it will just fall flat and you'll say, "Eh? What's the point of that?".
In the other arm is a tightly-wound cord. Removed the cord, unwind it, adjust the length so that the two split arms rest comfortably on your chest. If it's too high it will seem if it's nearly touching your chin and will be uncomfortable, if it's too low it seem as if it's nearly on your tummy and will be uncomfortable, find the position on your chest that is comfortable.
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