|Item Weight||0.32 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.1 x 3.2 x 2.4 inches|
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|Item model number||MZ101B|
|Style||Helping hands with magnifying glass|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
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- Built-in magnifying glass (4x) aids in minute detail work
- 12 diopter
- 2 alligator clips on 4-way swivels—holds items securely (leaving hands free)
- Heavy-duty base for stability
- Great for electricians, hobbyists, jewelers, and users who work with solder or small details
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Helping Hand Magnifier
Perfect for hobbyists, electricians, jewelers, and anyone who solders or works with small parts. Our Helping Hand Magnifier has two alligator clips attached to a magnifying glass, and a metal base that can all be adjusted or removed.
- VERSATILE - Arms can be positioned to assist with any task
- DURABLE - Metal cosntruction means the helping hand will last for years
- PRECISE - The helping hand allows you to focus in on the details that matter
SE Helping Hand Magnifier
The helping hand magnifier from Sona Enterprises is the perfect solution fro any DIY solderer.
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SE is proud to present our Helping Hand with 4x Magnifier is ideal for use while soldering and working with small parts and details. The magnifier and clips will adjust to most angles. This magnifier greatly reduces the need for extra visual aid.
Glass lens magnifications and diopter may vary +/- 2x.
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-The worst part is that it is only when you try to return it that you learn it is not returnable.
-There is no way to know that beforehand (as of writing this).
**$** IMPORTANT to know about Amazon: I couldn't believe that last part. So I consulted with customer support, here's the pertinent part of the transcript:
Me: Can you please also advise me as to how I could have known before purchasing it that it was not returnable. (And also, WHY isn't it returnable?)
Amazon: There are selected items on amazon website that are tagged as not returnable.
Me: Ok, where is it tagged as non-returnable? That is my question.
Amazon: You will not find the item as not returnable until you have requested for a return label. The system will not allow you to return the item.
WOW Amazon. This is a very underhanded way of taking someone's money! Shadiness is shadiness. ...and I liked you so much before.
The clamp has two metal strips crudely fashioned with pressed on threads for what should form a screw to attach it to the clamp. Well this thing never gets tight and the lens falls out after the clamp flops around whenever you move it.
And to add insult to injury, when I try to return this hunk of junk, it comes back as 'Ineligible for return'. Convenient.
I use this to hold my ear wire wraps while I work on them. It's SO much less stress than trying to hold and wrap wire at the same time.
The hands don't have a lot of movement. If you want something that can hold anything, anywhere, this is not for you. You have to rig your craft and the clamps to clamp within it's limited abilities. The clamps on mine are REALLY strong and leave dents in my wire.
I don't need anything fancy and the price was in my comfort zone. Don't expect a lot and don't expect to be able to use the magnifying glass well.