Extra large black plastic pocket magnifier with a "claimed" 10 power (10x). It has a 2 inch (50 mm) glass lens.
It's on the large size for a pocket magnifier but the big size makes it easy for children to handle.
This is NOT a loupe and it is NOT a triplet or even a coddington. It's a simple folding magnifier. Big distinction.
Don't expect quality from this magnifier, just basic magnification. And don't expect 10 power. That's just marketing. (Not mine, it's the manufacturers.)
You'll find viginetting on the edges and color rendition is only fair.
Not for professional or even amateur use.
Not for reading.
Great for small kid hands.
Estwing's Cushion Grip Slitting chisel. Foam cushion grip to reduce impact. Heavy duty wide Hard Cap minimizes chips from flying off the chisel head and provides a wider head to help protect the hands from missed blows. Even has a centering target! This Estwing Rock Chisel has a flat chisel edge for splitting layers looking for for fossils, splitting geodes in half, or rocks for tumbling. Maximum design hammer head weight: 3 lbs.
The Estwing Supreme 13 oz Light Weight Rock Hammer is best described as an Estwing Supreme 22oz Rock Hammer that has been slimmed down to reduce weight. The rock pick is similar is overall size to the Estwing Supreme 22 oz Rock Hammer. The handle is narrower but the length is almost the same as is the length of the head. It differs in that the hammer head (square) striking end is a slightly smaller size and length. The pick end is the same length but tapered to a sharper point.Great hammer for digging fossils from sandstone. Note that the 13 oz specifies the head weight not the total hammer weight. The 14 oz is actually the lightest pointed tip rock pick that we carry.
|Head Width||6 1/4 inches|
|Overall Length||12 1/2 inches|
|Head Weight||13 ounces|
|Total Weight||1 pound 12 ounces|
The Prospector's Rock Hammer is a very light duty rock hammer with a 22 oz. drop forged head and a tubular handle with rubber grip. The hammer head is larger than the Estwing Rock Hammers. The pointed end is not tapered to the extent of nor is it as long as the Estwing Rock Hammers. This is not a tip for digging fossils as it is not tapered enough to really penetrate into sandstone. The larger hammer face, the thin grip, and the duller pointed end make it a great starter rock hammer for children when you're not sure the young geologist is going to stay interested.
Cheap enough that you can throw one in each of your vehicles just in case you come across an interesting roadcu.., er..., outcrop.
The Prospector's Rock Hammer is for light duty or use with soft rock. The hammer head is pressed onto a tubular steel handle. Since it isn't one solid piece of drop forged steel like the Valley Rock Hammer or Estwing Rock Hammers it can't be used for prying out specimens. As with any two piece hammer, after a little use the head will become detached from the handle. Best used as a hammer for young children without the upper body strength to really swing a hammer with any force. Consider this a toy or a one time use hammer.
|Head Width||Overall Length||Head Weight||Total Weight|
|6 inches||12 3/8 inches||22 ounces||1 pound 10.5 ounces|
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