- Magnifying visor tilts down for hands-free optical magnification
- Clear acrylic lens provides 2.5x magnification
- Flexible headband adjusts to fit most head sizes
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Aven 26225 OptiVue Headband Magnifier, 2.5x Magnification
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|Material Type||Engineered Plastic|
|Number of Items||1|
|Item Weight||4 ounces|
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The Aven 26225 OptiVue headband magnifier has 2.25x magnification and an adjustable headband. The magnifying visor tilts down toward a workbench or desk for hands-free optical magnification of small items or samples. Its clear acrylic lens provides 2.25x magnification. The flexible headband adjusts to fit most head sizes. A headband magnifier is commonly used by laboratory technicians, students, jewelers, or other personnel who need to magnify or inspect small workpieces.
Aven manufactures optical inspection tools, precision tools, and bench accessories for industrial, scientific, and research applications. The company was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Ann Arbor, MI.
Top Customer Reviews
Not much to its design, build or usefulness in my opinion.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The price and optical quality on this are excellent. The lens is pressure fit into the bracket but it hasn't been an issue thus far.Published 2 months ago by James B.
It works but it is uncomfortable to wear. The lens will fall out if it is held upside down.Published 4 months ago by greybird
like reading glasses but you don't have to take them off to see across the room, just tilt your head up or down as needed.Published 11 months ago by SheIsATabby