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.
Correction in the Coddington magnifier is achieved through the use of a single thick lens with a central groove diaphragm. This provides for sharp, crisp images.A problem sometimes encountered in using a high power magnifier is the lack of sufficient light on the object. A bulb inserted in the groove of the Coddington lens illuminates the object being examined eliminating this problem. Requires two AA batteries (not included).
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|
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