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Magnifying Glasses

The magnification of a magnifying glass depends upon where it is placed between the user's eye and the object being viewed, and the total distance between them.

That's what makes the "block" magnifier so handy as it sits directly on the paper to be magnified.


Block Magnifier

This nobly Block Magnifier is perfect for taking a closer look at written texts in newspapers or letters as well as stamps.

The 2.5x Magnification guarantees a clear and high-contrast view.

This Magnifier Block is an eye-catcher on every desk.

It will be delivered in a small wooden box.

$49.90
3X Hand Magnifier with 6 LED illumination

A high quality hand magnifier 3X70mm with a high power 6X "spot". The 6 bright LEDs ensure that the illumination is uniform.

Both the handle and lens base are painted with black rubber paint.

The illumination willoperate continuously for 48 hours.

$59.90



3X LED Sliding Magnifier

A handy LED illuminated pocket magnifier. 39X45mm.

The magnifying lens is protected by sliding it into its case when not in use.

The light turns on automatically when the lens is pulled out and turns off when returned into the case.

$24.90
6X LED Sliding Magnifier

A handy LED illuminated pocket magnifier. 4X 40/35mm lens.

The magnifying lens is protected by sliding it into its case when not in use.

The light turns on automatically when the lens is pulled out and turns off when returned into the case.

$29.90

LED Spectacle Magnifier, 5 lenses

A spectacle type magnifier illuminated by powerful LED diodes.

Complete with 5 interchangable lens

1.0X, 1.5X, 2.0X, 2.50X and 3.5X

$49.90
     


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MapWorld New Zealand, November, 2017