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|You Save:||$9.40 (47%)|
|Item Dimensions||1.18 x 1.57 x 3.54 inches|
|Item Weight||0.05 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.05 pounds|
Lightweight and portable, the Carson MM-200 MicroMax pocket microscope is ideal for on-the-go science. The MicroMax offers a powerful 60 to 100x magnification range, making it easy to examine blood samples, bugs, and anything else that's worthy of a closer look. The microscope also includes a built-in LED light that provides a bright, clear image, along with a rubberized eyepiece for comfortable viewing. Best of all, the MicroMax fits conveniently in a jacket pocket, so you can bring it along wherever you go--whether it's a school field trip or a visit to a friend's house.
Please note that users must hold this LED pocket microscope flat against the surface in order for the image to come in clear and in focus. It will be difficult to view objects with the microscope tilted at an angle due to the very high magnifications. CAUTION: If a user is viewing a shiny surface, sometimes the bright LED light will cause a glare which causes the image to become over exposed and unclear.
WarrantyAt Carson, we strive to make sure our customers are 100% satisfied with the quality of our products. We are so confident in our products that we back them with a Lifetime Limited Warranty! Carson will repair or replace your product if it is found to have manufacturing defects in materials or workmanship. Please contact Carson for additional warranty details and trouble-shooting steps at 1-800-9-OPTICS or 631-963-5000.
Package Type: Standard Packaging
Low quality optics where everything is blurred with a rainbow edge.Published 1 day ago by Todd Burgess
this scope has a better eye piece and I love it. your an answer to a lot of my questions.dasPublished 2 days ago by Dean Scott
Doesn't work at all looking through the eyepiece. No images, no light.Published 5 days ago by Michael Murchison
Could never get it to work.Maybe the tiny batteries were dead.Just kept it,too much trouble to send such a small item back.Published 5 days ago by Jean Gosselin