Discovery Crafts DHD 10 Head Magnifier
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The Discovery Crafts DHD 10 Head Magnifier is an optical magnifier for jewelry design and watchmaking. It is secured to your head with a convenient size-adjustable headband, provides four different magnifications, and is equipped with the illumination for low-light conditions. This is a great choice for professional work or a hobby that requires the treatment of small objects.
The optical system contains three lenses: two rectangular lenses (both mounted one after the other) and one circular lens with a flip-up design. The lenses can be combined with each other, which allows for different magnifications. The optics material is polymer optical glass, which delivers a clear and contrast image without any blurring or geometrical distortion. It is a very durable material, resistant to accidental damage.
Batteries are required to power the illumination.
- Magnifier for precision work
- Lenses: two main lenses, one flip-up lens for the right eye
- 4 magnification stages; polymer optical glass optics
- The bright illumination is powered by batteries
- Adjustable headband
The kit includes:
- Additional lenses – 2 pcs. (pre-installed)
- User manual and warranty card
|Package size (LxWxH), cm||20x18x7|
|Shipping Weight, kg||0.22|
|Optics material||optical polymer glass|
|Lens, mm||87x30 (2 pcs.)|
|Inset lens diameter, mm||28|
|Lighting is available||True|
|Power supply||4 AAA batteries (not included)|
|Additional||4 magnification stages|