Looking for a large magnifying glass?
You won't find much bigger than this hand-held magnifier with its huge 120mm/4¾" diameter lens. A big magnifying lens means that less hand movement is required to scan text or images. Over sustained periods this can save eyes from getting tired. For added comfort, the Jumbo Magnifier also comes with a perfectly-weighted, contoured handle, and rubberised grip. It is a well-designed, large magnifying glass to read newspaper print, enlarge maps, and magnify other objects on a wider scale.
Integrated bifocal insert lens
The main lens magnifies the subject twice (2x) original size, and also features a much smaller, integrated bi-focal lens, to pick out tiny detail and magnify it six times (6x).
The smart black-and-silver, two-tone finish exudes style and quality. And you won't lose it easily either: there's a small hole at the bottom of the handle, which enables a cord or string to be inserted if required. This feature has made this a popular and practical accessory, in areas where a stream of people may find some extra magnification helpful. Find this hand magnifying glass at hotel receptions, hospital help desks, museums and galleries, where visitors need to get a better look at documents, forms, exhibits and displays.
- Probably the biggest hand-held magnifier in the UK
- Features an enormous 120mm/4¾" diameter acrylic lens
- Ideal for viewing large areas of text or images
- Up to 2x magnification from main lens
- Also incorporates a small but powerful 6x bifocal lens for fine detail
- Soft-grip handle
- Shatterproof lens
- Hole in handle for neck or hand cord (not supplied) - ideal for museums and exhibitions looking for a magnifier to attach to a display
- Attractive retail blister pack
PRODUCT BLOG – Jumbo Magnifier
“Do you have a very large hand magnifying glass with very high magnification?”
That is probably the most common question we are asked but unfortunately the short answer is ‘no’. As a general rule (of physics) the larger the lens the lower the magnification so - unless NASA has one in development that we do not know about - a compromise between lens size and magnification strength may be necessary. There are some specialist medical or electronic magnifiers that might reduce the compromise you have to make but they will also greatly reduce your bank balance – by upwards of £1000. It did prompt us to start thinking, not too seriously, about some other things which – as far as we know – do not exist but perhaps they should:
Gaps in the market?
- The Tinned Fruit Cookbook
- Estate agency that shows pictures of the sellers as well as the property
- RecipePresto - you send a website all the loose ends you have in your fridge or cupboard and - hey presto! - it comes up with recipes to help you get rid of them
- Heat-your-own Espresso to go (or does it exist?)
- Stick-on universal wing mirror that fits any car
- Series of greetings cards for skin artists themed ‘Happy Birthday Tattoo You’
Does big mean better?
No - the key in choosing a magnifying glass is to find the one that is right for you. Our Jumbo Magnifier enables the user to view large areas of text, pictures, maps and photos, without having to keep moving the lens up, down or across the page. In this respect it's a very good magnifier to keep the user engaged with the subject matter, which is probably why it's been a favourite in museums, galleries, libraries and records offices.
Our stock levels are generally excellent which usually enables us to process orders on the day they are received. This means that actual delivery is normally well within our target of 7 days for UK addresses and 21 days for other worldwide addresses. If there is any further delay you will be notified by e-mail or phone. If the delay is unacceptable you can cancel your order without penalty.
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Non-UK deliveries are generally subject to a delivery charge of £4.95 for goods up to £50, rising approximately £5 per £50 order value thereafter. This threshold may be different for some destinations where the costs of postage are especially high.
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