Magnifier.com - The Magnifier & Magnifying Glass Superstore, with the world's most complete selection of magnifiers, magnifying glasses, dome magnifiers, headband magnifiers, reading magnifiers, low vision aids, linen testers, loupes, USA-made magnifiers & loupes, and technical measuring magnifiers. While almost every other seller just imports and resells magnifiers, we proudly manufacture many of our models here in the USA and have the largest selection of American-made magnifiers, loupes, and magnifying glasses. We have been manufacturing magnifiers and optical tools in America for over 50 years.
Purchasing an effective magnifier for your unique task and vision proficiency can be a difficult and frustrating process, as magnifiers all have different magnification, focal length, and field of view. If you have a visual task that requires visual enlargement and magnification, detailed inspection and analysis, or if you have aging eyes that just need some extra help with a low vision issue and reading of small print or reducing eyestrain, we have an optical solution for you.
If you can't find an appropriate magnifier or loupe that you need and require for your task or problem, please contact us for assistance. We are here to help offer our professional advice and recommend a magnifying solution. For simplicity of browsing and shopping, all magnifier and magnifying glass styles/types and categories are broken down for you into specific magnifier types, styles, and uses. This will allow you to break down your search for more specific magnifiers that meet your needs and work requirements. When browsing, please click on all product photos, as one will most likely show the item magnifying so you can judge the magnification power for personal needs and requirements.
When choosing the correct magnifying glass, it's important to understand magnifiers, magnification, and lenses, and the science behind how a magnifier works, so you know the possibilities and limitations. Magnifiers are part of physical science (Physics) and involve the known and proven properties and physical behaviors of light with optics lenses and the refraction and converging of light and images. The magnifying properties, capabilities, and magnification performance of magnifiers are all constrained by the laws of physics. These limits and limitations often oppose the preferences and needs of the human eye, especially the aging human eye.
The most common limitation is the inverse relationship between lens power and lens diameter (size). Due to physical laws (laws of physics), as a lens size gets larger, lens power/magnification must go down (lower magnification). This direct correlation is subject to the laws of physics and cannot be deviated. Most people want a large magnifier that is very powerful. However, this is not possible and does not exist (despite the widespread problem of misrepresentation of magnification) because of the laws of physics. Again, as lens size gets larger, power has to go down because of the laws of physics. This fact must be kept in mind and is a limitation when shopping for and purchasing a magnifier.
It must be recognized that there is a trade-off when one chooses high magnification or a large lens. If you choose a large lens size magnifier, that means the magnifier will be lower power due to the inverse relationship between lens size and lens magnification power. However, a less powerful magnifier will be much easier and comfortable to use and focus. The trade-off with a high-powered lens is that the lens will be small, the field of view will also be small, and the proper use will require very precise handling to keep the magnifier lens in focus.
Magnifier.com has a huge selection of standard/general and process-specific magnifiers, loupes, as well as technical magnifiers for industrial, space & aeronautical, biomedical, fiber optics, and quality control tasks and inspection. We have a comprehensive selection of magnifier shapes, lens sizes, magnifications, illumination options, and designed use. We can provide and recommend a magnifier, loupe, or technical measuring magnifier with the appropriate magnification solution to address almost any conceivable inspection or magnification issue.
Many professions, tasks, and projects require the constant use of a magnifier in order to perform and quality check the results. For assistance and technical help with your vision, magnification, inspection, or quality control needs, please contact us for assistance with your magnifier purchase. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-954-973-2800.
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