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Pocket microscope MINISCOPE with 20x magnification, LED and UV light

$14.99

The practical mini microscope with 20x magnification is ideal for a multitude of applications, e.g. examining coins, banknotes or stamps, or for use at school, university or home. Outstanding image sharpness and resolution.

Description

The practical mini microscope with 20x magnification is ideal for a multitude of applications, e.g. examining coins, banknotes or stamps, or for use at school, university or home. Outstanding image sharpness and resolution. Optimal illumination of the object to be viewed even in poor lighting conditions, thanks to 2 bright LED lights. Due to the UV light (390–400 mm wavelength), the UV-active colour particles are even visible in daylight, for checking the features of bank notes, credit cards stamps etc. Incl. protective cover and batteries (3 x LR1130). Dimensions (W x H): 40 x 37 mm (1 5/8 x 1 1/2″).

Additional information

Weight 0.10 kg
Dimensions 7 x 6 x 3 cm

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