10X 30mm Folding Magnifier

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This plastic foldout magnifier has two 1.25 inch (30mm) 5X glass lenses that combine to produce 10X for close examination of leaves & insects; only $4.95

This 10X folding loupe is one of our most popular custom imprinted pocket magnifying glasses; see examples of 2 colors used with corporate promotional gift field magnifying glasses. Full color doesn't have to be expensive, see these examples of business logo 10x loupes.

See Related Products below for cost of printing which is NOT included in the cost of the magnifier.

  1. Add to Cart the number of magnifiers you want imprinted.
  2. Then Add to Cart the same number or more of the print impressions you want.
  3. Send artwork as a file attachment to us along with your order confirmation number.
  4. Proof will be sent to you for approval before commencing work.

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  • dual 30mm (1.25") glass lenses
  • 5X lens for 10X magnification
  • large area for custom imprinting
  • folding lenses, compact plastic housing
You can of course use this magnifier to read find print but regular hand magnifiers are generally enough for book & maps. For more info, see our blog: What Magnifying Glass Do I Need for Reading?


Reviews (1)

We use this model in two introductory courses (a general geology course for engineers where 4 exercises cover minerals and rocks, and a mineralogy courses taken by a wide range of students in arts and science programs). Some students prefer its wider field of view to that of the other model we order from Indigo Instruments (their 17-mm glass lens, screw-hinged metal loupe). This loupe is durable, and can stand years of sharing among students learning their minerals and rocks in the classroom. Not designed to be worn on a lanyard, though.

— Jeanne Paquette
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