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SE - Loupe - Dual, Chrome Plated, 10x/18mm, 20x/12mm - MJ368212


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  • Dual Power Jeweler's Loupe
  • One Side is Power 20X
  • Size 12 mm
  • Other Side is Power 10X
  • Size 18 mm
  • Chrome Plated
  • Comes in a Plastic Box
  • Made In CN
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Product Specifications

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Brand, Seller, or Collection Name SE
Metal Silver plated base
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Item Length 2 inches
Model number MJ368212

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SE - Loupe - Dual, Chrome Plated, 10x/18mm, 20x/12mm - MJ368212 + Smithsonian Handbooks: Rocks & Minerals (Smithsonian Handbooks)
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Product Description

Jeweler's Loupe - Double Power 10X & 20X. New 20X & 10X Chrome Plated Eye Loupe. This is a new dual power loupe made of optical glass with a swing-away, chrome plated case. The shape allows it to rest comfortably in the eye socket. This has become the standard style of loupe used in the watch making industry and is excellent for any application where magnification is needed. It is 10X power on one end and 20X power on the other. The 20X has a 12 mm lens and the 10X has a 18 mm lens. The 10X lens has a focal distance of 1 in. (25 mm) and the 20X lens has a focal distance of 1/2 in. (13 mm)

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This product met and exceeded expectations.
Robert D. Roesler
With both a 10x and 20x magnifying loupe built into one small, easily handled device, this jeweler's loupe comes in handy.
The Don Nicko
It is well made, reasonably priced, and very versatile.
Fred B. Hoover

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth A Triano VINE VOICE on March 29, 2008
I have a number of loupes and magnifiers, and this is better than some but nothing I'd really recommend. It's neat to have the 20x, but the whole thing is so small, I find it more frustrating than useful most of the time.

Unless you really and truly need the dual lens factor, or are buying this as a fun gadget/spare lens, get the BelOMO 10x instead.

This could also be a neat giftie, again for its gadget factor, for someone who has one or more good basic loupes. I'd definitely put it higher on the "nifty looking toy" chart than on the "good lens" one.
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36 of 36 people found the following review helpful By David Sauceda Saldivar on October 6, 2007
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I first bought this lens for myself then after using it I purchased 10 of them to distribute amidst my geology students. it is a good and affordable product for students, it has both lenses 10x and 20x. So we don't need anything else.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Terry Hoobler on July 24, 2007
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Very glad I chose this combo unit since I've had problems with some negatives when using the 10x only. Don't know why anyone would spend triple the money when this has great clarity and so easy to use.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By M. D. Simone on December 15, 2007
This is a nice product, especially for the price, but it is smaller than I expected. In addition, I tried to order 5 for stocking stuffers and only received 1. I tried again to order 4 and only received 1. I finally realized that the postage is how the profit is made and you can't get more than one at a time.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By The Don Nicko on October 17, 2007
With both a 10x and 20x magnifying loupe built into one small, easily handled device, this jeweler's loupe comes in handy. Even though it's made in China it seems to work well and the lenses seem to be good quality. Very good purchase for the price if you need something like this for examining jewelry or for other hobbies.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Fred B. Hoover on November 27, 2007
This jewelers loupe is a great product. It is well made, reasonably priced, and very versatile. The two magnifiers in the same compact device are ideal. And the case is small enough to easily carry in your pocket. The 10X and separate 20X lens are perfect to bridge the gap between my 5X magnifier and my 30X portable,lighted microscope.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Tim Naff on February 24, 2010
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I received mine in excellent shape -- no scratches whatsoever on the glass as one reviewer found. The size of the 10x loupe is stated to be 18mm, but the glass is 15mm or a little under 5/8 inch. The size of the 20x loupe is smaller (for looking at smaller things) and is actually sightly over the stated 12mm diameter or about 1/2 inch. This size is more than adequate for looking at, for example, diamonds, but may not be big enough for geological purposes.

As far as the optical quality, I found nothing to complain about. The mechanical build quality is more than I expected for the price. If you want a bigger, more powerful loupe with a built-in LED light, even including a spare battery, you might consider the SE 30X Illuminated Jewelers Loupe. It has a plastic housing for the lens, but the illuminator works well, and the optics diameter is 7/8 inch, or about 22mm, which is more than twice the area of the larger loupe on this model. The price is a staggering $4.15.

Face it, these things are essentially free, assuming you take the free-shipping option. And you can look this gift horse in the mouth and come away smiling.
Tim
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By GG on April 10, 2008
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Excellent magnification for a very good price! It reveals a large amount of detail when you look at coins, stamps etc. Recommended!
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