Skycoolwin 30x 60x LED Lighted Pocket Magnifier Microscope Jewelers Loupe Loop Magnifying Glass UV Currency Light

Skycoolwin 30x 60x LED Lighted Pocket Magnifier Microscope Jewelers Loupe Loop Magnifying Glass UV Currency Light

$7.15

SKU: B00ZXBR1LW Category:

Description

Feature:

  • This is a multi-functional Jewellery Identifying magnifier, it can be used to distinguish currency in some countries or areas, Good for jewelry, coins, stamps and antiques etc
  • 3 in 1 function: 30X magnifier,60X magnifier and UV currency detector
  • Compact design Foldable and tiny,easy to carry and use
  • power source: 3x LR1130 Battery (included)
  • Weight: 51.2g
Features:
Brand new & High quality
Great magnification power
High quality lens for extra sharpness and clarity
3 in 1 function: 30X magnifier,60X magnifier and UV currency detector
2 in 1 lens: main lens with 30X power and Accessoriallens with 60X power
Great for inspecting gems and diamonds
Ideal for finding the hallmarks on silver and gold
Good for jewelry, coins, stamps and antiques etc
Compact designFoldable and tiny,easy to carry and use
Bright white LED light with on/off switch to turn on/off the light
UV light switch for currency detect
Details:
Magnifier power
Main lens: 30X-21mm
Accessorial lens: 60X-12mm
Illumination: LED Light
Pull-Type Light Source Switch
Material: Plastic + Metal frameLED
power source: 3x LR1130 Batteries
Dimensions: 6.1×3.8*2.0CM
Weight: 51.2g
Package includes:
1xPull-out magnifier
1xUser manual
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Additional information

Binding

Office Product

Brand

Skycoolwin

EAN

0700587508240

Manufacturer

Skycoolwin

Model

6664615

MPN

6664615

PartNumber

6664615

Publisher

Skycoolwin

Studio

Skycoolwin

UPC

700587508240

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