This recently redesigned version covers a wide visual field with distortion free viewing and clear magnification. Bright sharp image loupe with a 360 degree clear acrylic base to admit light from all directions. Focal Length 12.4mm. Field of View 12mm. Effective Aperture 12mm. Base Thread P=0.7mm. Made in Japan.
Peak Loupe 22x
A high grade, powerful magnifier with a coated achromatic lens composed of a 2-component, 3-element construction.
Only 2 left in stock
Shipping & Delivery
A standard post and packaging charge of £4.50 is payable on all orders below the value of £50.00 on this website, any orders over this value will be posted free of charge. For next day delivery we use DPD 24hr service and for smaller items we use Royal Mail. Our postage prices apply only to UK, BFPO and Channel Island addresses. For deliveries to EU countries, please contact our Customer Care team who will be able to advise you, where delivery is possible, about the cost and estimated delivery time. We do not deliver to P.O. boxes. Delivery within mainland UK is normally within 24 hours of receipt of your order, however, please allow five working days before querying a non-delivery. Delivery to Northern Ireland and UK offshore islands may take longer. In the event that an item is temporarily out of stock, we will notify you of the delay and dispatch it as soon as it arrives. Most orders will be delivered by courier between 9 am and 5 pm. If you are unlikely to be in to sign for the parcel, please specify an alternate delivery address where a signature can be made.
These High Power pocket magnifiers are used for the close inspection of such items as circuit boards, hallmarks, stamps, watermarks and precious stones. Of very compact size, the lenses of these robust magnifiers are protected by revolving into the metal cover. Frequently used by gemmologists, stamp collectors, coin collectors, collectors of antiques bearing hallmarks, geologists and botanists, these magnifiers have a multitude of applications.
When open, the cut out square on the base is marked along all four sides in Imperial or Metric scales. (It is still a surprise, or is it, that we sell ten times as many Imperial models than Metric)! This enables the number of threads and weave to be counted to the inch (or centimetre) and therefore to determine the quality and strength of the material.