|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.1 x 3.2 x 2.4 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||MZ101B|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
SE MZ101B Helping Hand with Magnifying Glass
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SE is proud to present our Helping Hand with Magnifying Glass—perfect for hobbyists, electricians, jewelers, and everyday users while soldering and working with small parts and details. The magnifier and clips will adjust to most angles, and the magnifier greatly reduces the need for extra visual aid.
Features of this product include:
• Magnification: 4x
• 2 Alligator clips on 4-way swivels
• Adjustable magnifier and clips in various angles
• Heavy-duty base for stability
• Comes in blister packaging
Disclaimer: Magnifications are approximates and may vary slightly.
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Top Customer Reviews
Not to mention, it looks really cool sitting around, like a cross between Edward Scissor hands and something Ichabod Crane would use in Sleepy Hollow. lol
Yes, I'd recommend this product to everyone I know.
When it came in the mail, it was totally assembled, however, the nuts were so tight, I had to ask my other half to loosen them so I can move everything as I need. He fussed at me for spending so much money on another tool. He thought it cost between $30 and $50. He quit fussing when I told him how affordable it was. It is definitely worth the price.
In order to keep it from tipping over, I keep the magnifier toward the back to give it balance (that's all I use the magnifier for). That gives it enough weight to counter the weight of the jewelry I'm working on. I have a magnifying lamp that I use for better vision, so the magnifier serves no other purpose than for balance -- but it works perfectly. This tool has ended a lot of frustration, making my work much more enjoyable.
I'm planning to buy a second one so I can have two pieces in progress at the same time.
BTW this product is small it is not made to work on large proto boards but worth it.
The included and only literature for this product, on the packaging, reads:
"-Glass lens diameter 2 1/2"
"-The Magnifier, Clips and Joints Rotate 360 degrees
"-Heavey Duty Base*
"-Unlimited uses...[etc., etc.]"
*[It's actually sturdy cast-iron, and easily a solid-enough platform so no clamp is necessary]
I ditto all the 5-star reviews about it seen here, hardly being able to believe something as nifty and adequately-built as this sets back me under a sawbuck -- and several ducats less than the proverbial "$9.99," at that.
It may not have the look and feel exactly like the expensive "fine Swiss craftsmanship," but a fine Swiss craftsman probably could build a watch with this if his other one were out at the cleaners.
Products like this being so cheap is why we should put no blame on ourselves, for being cheapskates, when we are ripped off by the occasional vendor, because we didn't read the reviews. Many times prices on Amazon really are true even when they are "too good to be true," and we do not "get what we paid for" -- we get more.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I wanted to like this. It got great reviews. But the one I received doesn't seem to work correctly. The butterfly nuts that are supposed to tighten and hold the arms in place are... Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Marisa Santana
Does exactly what it is supposed to do. Holds my small soldering projects for me. Allows for varying positions to be flexible with my needs. Read morePublished 15 hours ago by Aaron G. Jarson
This is a nice product for the $$. Greatly reduces time to solder connections by holding wires in place.Published 2 days ago by J. Marx
For old man like me doing soldering, this tool was perfect. Kind of light weight and wanted to shift on table, so I glued magnet to mount bottom to give it more stability. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Cliff
I had my doubts about this since there were some bad reviews but I thought for $6 I could take a chance and I'm glad I did. Read morePublished 4 days ago by J. R. Baker