BAL819007

Bausch & Lomb Magna-Page Magnifier

8.25" Width x 10.75" Length x - Acrylic

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Full-page magnifier offers an easy way to magnify an entire page instead of repositioning constantly with a small magnifier. The 2X handheld magnifier creates an image size twice as large as that which the unaided eye sees at 10". The specially designed Fresnel lens is molded optical-grade acrylic rather than hot stamped for optimum image quality. Fresnel lens technology allows this large-size lens to be much thinner, without the weight and volume that a similarly-sized conventional lens would require. Magnifier includes a protective case.

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SKU
BAL819007
Manufacturer
Bausch & Lomb, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
819007
Brand Name
Bausch & Lomb
Product Type
Full-page Magnifier
Lens Material
Acrylic
Magnifier Size
8.25" Width x 10.75" Length
Additional Information

Specially designed fresnel lenses are molded (rather than hot stamped) of optical grade acrylic to provide optimum image quality.

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No

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  • Q:

    Bausch & Lomb Magna-Page Magnifier is it placed on the sheet that is being enlarged or does it need to held above the sheet?
    Asked on 2/15/2016 by Wally from Rembrandt IA

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    • A:

      The magnifier must be held above the sheet to magnify it.

      Answered on 2/19/2016 by Sophia from LDStaff
  • Q:

    is the magna page magnifier flexible or can it be held with one hand without it bending
    Asked on 4/7/2015 by jw from pennsylvania

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    • A:

      It is sturdy enough to hold with one hand without bending.

      Answered on 4/7/2015 by StaffLD from Long Beach, CA, USA
  • Q:

    If this magnifier is laid against a page and not hand held, does it still enlarge the text?

    I would like to lay it against music on a music stand to make the notes easier to read while playing music. Will it work this way?
    Asked on 11/10/2014 by Kay from New York

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    • A:

      Yes, this magnifier should work to enlarge your music sheet! If this magnifier does not work for this purpose please be sure to let us know.

      Answered on 12/4/2014 by Shoshana
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