Magnifier on adjustable stand, lens is 2X90

Magnifier on adjustable stand, lens is 2X90

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2X90, 2X magnification, lens diameter 90mm.

Extra (inset) lens 4X20 (4X magnification, lens diameter 20mm)

An easy-to-adjust magnifier on a stand, with a large horseshoe base and three ball-bearing joints. Also a soft protective pouch for the lens.


This isn't large enough to fit both hands underneath (for large items), I wouldn't pretend that this is suitable for full-time professional use - but it's fine for working with small items such as jewellery, beads, very fine painting etc, and the swan-neck stand makes it easy to position at any angle. Working distance is five inches.


Type: Adjustable magnifier on stand

Magnification / lens size in mm: 2X90 with 4X20 inset

Working distance: 130mm

Lens material: plastic

Lens type: Single lens

Origin / brand: China

Casing: plastic

Finish: matt black and grey

Presentation / extras: plain cardboard box


To assemble, you must loosen a screw slightly, then gently slip the ball bearing of the stem into the horseshoe stand, then tighten the screw. However, there are no instructions - we are hoping that anyone skilled enough to use one of these will also be skilled enough to work out how to assemble it.

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