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6x Folding Magnifier (Linen Tester)

6x Folding Magnifier (Linen Tester)
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This is a high quality 6x magnifcation folding magnifier. Its high resolution makes it a great tool to work with. The foot-base has a clearly engraved scale.

After use or for storage it can be comfortably folded together and kept in its leather pouch (included) for safe storage and transport.


6x Magnification
High resolution glass biconvex lens
Metal Casing, very sturdy
Lens diameter 28.4 mm
Black or Silver colour
Synthetic Leather casing included
mm scale at the foot
Packaged in neutral packaging
Dimensions: open 5.2 cm
While folded:
Length: 5.2 cm
Width: 3.8 cm
Height: 1,4 cm
Weight 100g
High Quality Optics Made in Germany

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