SE Head Magnifier MH1047L Review
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This Illuminated Multi-Power LED Head Magnifier is designed for the most serious hobbyists to casual users.
Features of our Illuminated Multi-Power LED Head Magnifier:
• Lens magnification can be combined to increase magnification up to 8.3x
• Fixed lens magnification: 1.9x
• Flip lens magnification: 1.9x
• Loupe lens magnification: 4.5x
• (2) Bright white LED lights
• Angle of light can be adjusted vertically & horizontally
• Requires two AAA batteries (not included)
• Adjustable head strap with turn dial on the back
• Can be used as a headlamp
Disclaimer: Magnifications are approximates and may vary slightly.
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I love this! Okay so it’s built cheap and feels …
I love this! Okay so it’s built cheap and feels kind of cheap, BUT I figured being less than ten bucks that it may not even be useable. It definitely is. Oh and how sweet it has made my life. I do a lot of work with microelectronics and have been using the magnifying glass stand with alligator clips which gets very frustrating when I’m needing different angles every few seconds and better lighting. This has 2 LED’s in it that position perfectly. And the 3 lenses give different degrees of magnification. 2 bi-lenses and one single eye lense.
Great for crafting mini-star wars figures!
This is great – the cost is super low, the solution it provides me is great! I manufacture my very own Star Wars miniatures – before these lenses, I was working blind – my miniatures are around 2CM tall! Just like Micro Machines! I need to sculpt, injection mold plastic, carve, paint, and finish these tiny things! These lenses allow me to work in that miniature world with ease!
I just screwed the magnifier portion to it and surprisingly it fits everyone in the family and works beautifully.
Bought for family use. Primary motivation for use by child who wanted a magnifying glass for exploration. Head band did not fit child’s head even upon tightening and in general head strap was flimsy. So I improvised …
More than a bargain…this is a Great Purchase!
This is an excellent headset for the price paid for it, and I definitely have a sense that I received much more than what I actually paid for.
Practical, useful, despite cheap, mostly plastic construction
As others have said, yes, this is cheaply made…all plastic with low quality plastic lenses that have considerable distortion. BUT, for the price you can’t expect to much for this type of instrument. If wearing for long periods of time, a sweatband will make the plastic headband more comfortable, otherwise it’s fine in a pinch. Someone asked about the size head it would fit and I measured a width of about 6.5 inches at the temples where the tightening knobs are. The frame is pretty rigid at that point but will flex enough to hopefully not cause too much pressure if you’re right at the max width. Depth is about 8.75 inches. Viewing with the primary lens, focus is best at roughly 9 inches, reducing to 3.5 with the flip down bi-lens, and about 1.5 when you flip down the mono lens….not much workspace there, but rather more just for closely inspecting an object. Those distances were just rough measurements taken from the object I was looking at, a yardstick, to the surface of the lens
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