Carson TriView 3x/6x/9x Folding Loupe with Built-In Case Magnifier
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About this product
The TV-36, TriView magnifier is a compact, portable folding loupe magnifier with power ranging from 3x-9x power magnification. Each lens contains 3x power magnification. Combine two lenses together to make 6x power magnification, or three to make 9x power. The TriView magnifier is lightweight, portable and comes in its own protective case.
- Three fold out 3x Power Loupes
- Combine the Loupes together to make 3x, 6x, or 9x magnification
- Compact and light weight with protective case
Brilliant - arrived very quickly, which was great as I needed it for a botany workshop. Really useful, just what I needed! However I didn't use the lenses on their own - needed to use all three to get the 9x magnification I needed, but can see the 3x and 6x will come in handy too!
Bought as a present for a rock collector. 10x is great for seeing so much detail.
Excellent product great speedy service Thank You
I have only used a. Pulls of times but seem okay. Flexibility of magnification is handy