Hand Reader, large, adjustable, with four lights (lightmag)

Hand Reader, large, adjustable, with four lights (lightmag)

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Ref: 2X-80X80

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Summary

2X magnification, square lens 80X80mm

Four LED lights, fully adjustable handle

Batteries included.

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Comments

The lens can be tilted for the most comfortable reading angle. For instance, for reading a newspaper on a table will find it comfortable to rest your hand on the table and tilt the lens; for map reading in a car you would keep the lens straight. What is so clever about this magnifier is that the four lights (one on each corner) give an even illumination no matter how the lens is tilted.

Technical

Magnification / lens size in mm: 2X 80X80

Field of view: Vertically: about 25 lines. Horizontally: about 1.5 newspaper columns, or most of a page of a paperback book.

Lens material: glass

Origin / brand: we import these from China

Presentation / extras: plain cardboard box

Further information

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