CARSON PRO CP-40 MagniFlash™ magnifier – 11x aspheric, LED lighted magnifier/flashlight

$35.95

The CP-40, MagniFlash™ magnifier is part of our PRO Series. It is a 11x aspheric, LED lighted magnifier and flashlight combination. Aspheric lenses provide a clear image with no blurring and little to no distortion. The MagniFlash™ comes with a neck strap and case. The CP-40 is lightweight and compact enough to take with you anywhere. Use this high end magnifier for everyday tasks or hobbies & crafts.

 

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Description

The CP-40, MagniFlash™ magnifier is part of our PRO Series. It is a 11x aspheric, LED lighted magnifier and flashlight combination. Aspheric lenses provide a clear image with no blurring and little to no distortion. The MagniFlash™ comes with a neck strap and case. The CP-40 is lightweight and compact enough to take with you anywhere. Use this high end magnifier for everyday tasks or hobbies & crafts.

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Additional information

Weight 0.114 kg
Dimensions 15 × 7 × 3 cm

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