Professional Pocket Jewellers Loupe With Storage Case 30X Magnification £1.99 Free P&P @ eBay/ElectronicWorld Outlet
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Professional Pocket Jewellers Loupe With Storage Case 30X Magnification £1.99 Free P&P @ eBay/ElectronicWorld Outlet

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Found 19th Feb 2014
£1.99 Free P&P eBay

Professional Pocket Jewellers Loupe
With Storage Case
30X Magnification with 21mm Lense Diameter
The professional jewellers loupe
Now Available in Silver or Gold

Description:

This 30x Loupe Folding Pocket Magnifier Jeweler loupe with excellent magnification, pop it in your pocket, superb for reading hallmarks. Compactly sized made from solid stainless steel with an attractive chrome silver finish and a crystal clear view. The Folding Pocket Magnifier is 60x34x25mm (folding) in size and 100mm extended fully.

Three times more powerful than the average (10x) loupe at an amazing 30x magnification. A large 21mm lens for clear viewing. Folds into case to protect lens and comes in its own box.

Perfect for coin and stamp collectors, jeweler’s checking hallmarks and anything close up.

Features:

Great product for the watch making industry, especially for inspecting those tiny objects

Foldable and tiny, great to have one in your pocket all the times

Ideal for finding the hallmarks on silver and gold

Inspect object at 30 times POWER

Store the Folding Magnifier in your pocket or purse

Great for people with low vision and others who strain with tiny print

Round swing-away chrome plated case

30X power and focal distance of 0.5"

Lens diameter is 21 mm

High quality lens for extra sharpness and clarity

Key ring hole, allows you to carry the item as accessory

Specifications:

Magnification: 30x

Lens Diameter: 21mm

Comes with plastic case (dimension): 6.5cm (L) x 4.4cm (W) x 2.9cm (H)

Loupe’s dimension: 60x34x25mm (folding) 100mm extended fully

Includes:

1 x Jewellers 30x21mm Loupe with LED Light

1 x Protective Display Case



YOU ARE BUYING FROM A GENUINE UK COMPANY WITH A COMPANY REGISTRATION NUMBER AND VAT NUMBER.

10 Comments

Bought one for my toolbox, handy for working with carburettors

Have you read the guys negative feedback, shocking.

2600 negative/neutral isn't all that bad considering they have 580,000 transactions with 578,000 happy customers.

Three times more powerful than the average (10x) loupe at an amazing 30x … Three times more powerful than the average (10x) loupe at an amazing 30x magnification. A large 21mm lens for clear viewing. Folds into case to protect lens and comes in its own box.



Won't actually be 30x. That's "music power". All the Chinese suppliers started overstating the magnification on these things a few years back, and now everybody does it. 10x is what you want anyway- 30x is too powerful to be useful. Real professionals use lower magnifications, even 4x. A good 10x triplet or four element will cost a lot more than this, but you will be able to see much more detail. Optical quality is the key, not magnification.
Edited by: "LongPockets" 20th Feb 2014

rubbish

sorry the lens not the comment is rubbish

Bought a similar looking 10x loupe for around the same price and it works a treat.

Banned

I am surprised that there are so many professional jewelers who made it hot

30x? Don't you need a stand to hold specimen and lens still at that magnification?

LongPockets

[Won't actually be 30x. That's "music power". All the Chinese suppliers … [Won't actually be 30x. That's "music power". All the Chinese suppliers started overstating the magnification on these things a few years back, and now everybody does it.


That makes more sense.

LongPockets

Won't actually be 30x. That's "music power". All the Chinese suppliers … Won't actually be 30x. That's "music power". All the Chinese suppliers started overstating the magnification on these things a few years back, and now everybody does it. 10x is what you want anyway- 30x is too powerful to be useful. Real professionals use lower magnifications, even 4x. A good 10x triplet or four element will cost a lot more than this, but you will be able to see much more detail. Optical quality is the key, not magnification.



Yeah. This sounds a bridge too far. In the end I went to a model shop and used what they had for sale to satisfy myself of the mag I wanted and the quality I wanted. Happy I went that way really.
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