BelOMO 20x Quadruplet Loupe Magnifier (Importer's 2nd)


BelOMO 20x Quadruplet Loupe Magnifier (Importer's 2nd)

  • BelOMO 20x Quadruplet Loupe Magnifier


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0.18 lbs
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$39.99
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Amateur Geologist is the licensed importer of the BelOMO loupes for North America. These BelOMO 20x Quadruplet Loupe Magnifiers have a minor blemish and I won't sell them as new.

They're just as good as new, there's never a problem with the lens and you save 20% more off our already low internet price.

About the seconds:
  • Every now and again we receive a loupe that has a screw stripped. Or maybe I do it when I treat the loupe to prevent the screws from loosening. If it's on the pivot post then I just bag it up with a replacement screw and let you replace it.
  • Sometimes it's just a loupe that's ''escaped'' its box and got a little dusty on the desk. (I wipe them off but I don't claim that they're new since they were exposed to the Owens Lake dust.)
  • Maybe the lanyard got dirty with Owens Lake dust. (The Owens Lake dust is bad. Thanks LA). Just wash it or cut it off.
  • Maybe I grabbed one to quickly examine something now I've "used" it.
  • I might scuff a screw when I'm treating the screw. 
  • I might have had too much coffee (never) and the screwdriver slipped and scratched the plate.
  • Sometimes the BelOMO factory may install one of the cover plates upside-down.
If a screw is stripped then you'll receive a replacement screw. Never have I had the threads in the shaft stripped but if it is I'll send you a replacement.

Anyway, the optics of the loupe are always "as new" from the factory. The loupe case just has a minor blemish and I wont to sell it as new.

Limit one per customer.

You MUST enter the coupon code "2nd" when you add the loupe to your shopping cart to get the discount.
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