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AYA 10X & 20X Twins Jewelry Magnifier

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What can make you viewing the tiniest of details extremely clear? That must be Jeweler Magnifying Glass. This Jewelers Eye Loupe is designed with 10x to 20x magnification. Made of zinc alloy nickel plating and high-quality lens, durable and...
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Specifications:


  • Color: Silver
  • Big Lens Diameter: 18mm / 07in
  • Big Lens Magnification: 10X Magnifier
  • Small Lens Diameter: 12mm / 0.5in
  • Small Lens Magnification: 20X Magnifier
  • Material: Zinc Alloy Nickel Plating & 2D Optical Glass

Features:


  • This Jewelers Eye Loupe is designed with 10x to 20x magnification
  • Jeweler Magnifying Glass is made of zinc alloy nickel plating and high-quality lens, durable and protect your eyes
  • This Jeweler Magnifying Glass is graded according to its dioptric power and display the largest possible diameter for their respective power
  • Small and light weight - convenient to carry in pockets
  • Image quality and distortion with utilization of the highest possible magnification
  • Eye Magnifying Glass has been optimized so that no aberrations of any consequence occur

Details:

AYA 10X & 20X Twins Jewelry Magnifier


  • This Jeweler Magnifying Glass is designed with 10X and 20X magnification

AYA 10X & 20X Twins Jewelry Magnifier


  • Made of zinc alloy nickel plating and high-quality lens, durable and protect your eyes

AYA 10X & 20X Twins Jewelry Magnifier


  • The Jeweler Magnifying Glass is great for rock collectors, coin collectors, hobbyists, jewelers and anyone else who requires distortion free magnification

AYA 10X & 20X Twins Jewelry Magnifier


  • Small and light weight - convenient to carry in pockets

How Magnifying Lenses Work?




  • Convex Lenses: Magnifying glasses are convex lenses. To make a convex lens, a piece of glass or plastic is molded or ground into a shape like a flattened oval. Light that flows through the oval is redirected in such a way as to make the image seem bigger to the naked eye, allowing the viewer to take in more detail. Convex Lenses are not only used in magnifying glasses, but in microscopes, telescopes and other devices designed to magnify images
  • Refraction: Magnifying lenses work on a principle called refraction. Light moves at different speeds in different materials. When light moves from a less dense material such as air to a more dense material such as glass or plastic, it slows down rapidly, causing it to bend. A magnifying glass is curved to bend the light shining into it so it meets in a single point called the focal point. If an observer puts his eyes at the focal point, he will be able to see a much larger, more detailed image than he normally would
  • Lens Power: Not all magnifying glasses are the same. One of the most important qualities to look for in a magnifying glass is size. The larger the magnifying glass is, the more light it can gather. The more light the glass gathers, the brighter and clearer the image will look to you. Another important characteristic of magnifying glasses is the focal length--the distance from the center of the lens to the focal point. The longer the focal length, the more the lens will enlarge the image. Many lenses are rated by their powers of magnification rather than their focal length. For example, a 10x magnifying glass will make an image 10 times bigger than it would normally be 

How to Use a Loupe Jewelry Magnifier?

Buying or selling jewelry is easier with the right equipment, and a loupe is nearly essential for close examination. Many people do not use a loupe because they do not know how. The loupe (pronounced loop) is a compact magnifier made just for jewelry. It is portable and pocket size, easily carried (and easily lost). A triplet loupe in 10x magnification is usually recommended for jewelry. A triplet loupe has three lenses to correct color and distortion, and a 10x loupe magnifies ten times the original size. It is sufficient for most jewelry use

Instructions


  • Hold the loupe between your thumb and forefinger, and put your middle finger through the "hole" of the cover. This gives you better control of the loupe
  • Place the item you want to view in your other hand (usually left hand), and hold the loupe to your eye right at the eye or nearly touching your glasses
  • Move the jewelry (or jewellery in Europe) in your hand to nearly touching the loupe. It will not be in focus until you get it very close to the loupe and your eye. Once it is in focus, you can move the jewelry to see the stones or different areas of a stone, any marks on the metal for identification, and flaws in the metal or the stones

AYA 10X & 20X Twins Jewelry Magnifier


A little practice and you will be able to handle the loupe like a jewelry professional
A loupe is essential for checking gemstones, flaws in diamonds or cracks in opals


Package Included:


  • 1 x Magnifier