It can be used in geology, forestry, archaeology, agriculture and biology. It is appropriate for educational purposes in hospitals and schools.
It is great for the exploration of the world of surface details and fine structures of various materials like wood, metal, solder, semiconductor and stone. It is perfect for the examination of insects, plants, rocks, stamps, coins, jewel, soldered points, microelectronic components or virtually any three dimensional objects. This scope is an ideal tool for watchmaker, jeweler, engraver, dies-maker, philatelist, coin collector, students, and etc. It comes with first-class quality and affordable price. Total Magnification: 20X and 40X.Working Distance: 2X-81mm (3.19"), 4X-57mm (2.24"). Interpupillary Distance: 55-75mm (2.17"-2.95"), 45 degree Inclined. Stage: 60mm Black and White Reversible Stage Plate. Rack and Pinion Coarse Focusing Mechanism With Slip Clutch and Tension Adjustment. Accessories: a pair of eye-caps, a pair of clips and a dust cover.
Objectives of 1x and 2x, 1x and 3x, 1x and 4x, 2x and 3x, 3x and 4x are also available. Eyepiece of WF15X, WF20X are also available.If you don't pay in time, we can't promise we will keep the item you bidden in stock all the time. When you sign the parcel, please check it carefully. If there is any damage or shortage for your parcel, contact your Post Office or Express company immediately, please send video or photos to our service staff at the same time.
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The item "20x-40x Industrial Gem Binocular Stereo Microscope with WF10X Eyepiece" is in sale since Wednesday, March 29, 2017. This item is in the category "Business, Office & Industrial\Medical/Lab Equipment\Lab Equipment\Microscopes". The seller is "zhanghuili1983" and is located in Hong Kong. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.