LM-10 DeskBrite™ Mini Magnifier & Desk Lamp great for any workplace

$19.95

The LM-10 DeskBrite™ Mini is a Magnifier & Desk Lamp that is great for any workplace. The DeskBrite™ Mini has a 2.25 inch, 3x acrylic lens. It features an extendable neck for easy hands free use and a collapsible design for safe storage.

 

 

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The LM-10 DeskBrite™ Mini is a Magnifier & Desk Lamp that is great for any workplace. The DeskBrite™ Mini has a 2.25 inch, 3x acrylic lens. It features an extendable neck for easy hands free use and a collapsible design for safe storage.

It has three super bright LED lights that ensure a clear, well-lit view every time. It also promotes work in darker areas such as garages and basement, allowing users to be productive anywhere. Powered by 3 AAA batteries the DeskBrite™ Mini is a great tool for carpenters, hobbyists, crafters, and those who work with small parts. Perfect to keep at your desk for bright, magnified viewing and small enough to bring with you anywhere!

Additional information

Weight 0.15 kg
Dimensions 15 × 8 × 4 cm

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