Rimless Handheld/Free Standing Magnifier with LED

Rimless Handheld/Free Standing Magnifier with LED

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Carson’s FreeHand can be used as a hand-held magnifier or folded for convenient hands-free use. Features a 2.5x power lens with a built-in 5x spot lens for viewing the finest details. A built-in light allows for use even in low light conditions.

Product Details

UPC: 9780641712289
Manufacturer: Carson Optics
Publication date: 06/15/2006

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Rimless Handheld/Free Standing Magnifier with LED 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Proclivitys_Diane More than 1 year ago
I returned the viewer (it was a present) because I am a student and didn't find it to be big enough for my purposes. I need something larger so I could have the book underneath and highlight while reading. Though it is on a stand (that is great), the magnifyer itself is quite small requiring me to either move the book back and forth or the mangifyer.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Almost every time we visit my dad he mentions how much he uses the magnifying glass we gave him for his birthday. Excellent product - Great gift!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This magnifier has been a lifesaver for my 91 year old mother. She uses it daily when working the crossword puzzle in the newspaper and for reading any other small print. The light feature really helps and she says there is no distortion of the print. The hands free feature keeps her from having to continually pick up or put down the magnifier. Great for anyone with difficulty seeing small print.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
the concept is great, but the light is not strong enough, you have to position it just right to use.
Luv2Read59 More than 1 year ago
I bought this for my dad to read papers that have extra-fine print. He thinks it works great! He uses it as a handheld and does not use the stand.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It seems to be very well made. Everything was great until we tried to put the batteries in. I finally gave up and looked for instrutions, there are none