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Posted May 8, 2010
So if you are experiencing the normal but ever so frustrating ocular degenerative vision changes - in other words; you can't see a dang thing - then you will like this little tool. The lens is well made and offers very little distortion. And the added light helps to illuminate those pesky small letters.
My only wish was that it was wider so that both eyes could take advantage of the magnification. But then it wouldn't fit so nicely in your pocket. And speaking of travel, it comes with a nice little pouch that protects the lens while it is squished in your pocket or buried in your purse.
Wait,I have to use the Travel Magnifier to proof read this review ;-) It was also reasonably priced. And the cashier was cute! I could see THAT without the Travel Magnifier.
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Posted March 27, 2013
Posted March 13, 2010
This magnifier is very good for reading in Church. It is discreet and does not seem to bother the other parish members. Very handy for ARMD.
***It woudl be nice if there were a lanyard, because when not in use I have to put it in my pocket and then retrieving it is a little difficult because it is slippery.
Posted February 6, 2010
I love this little tool - I do a lot of antique shopping and sometimes the backstamps on some of my objects are not legible. This magnifier helps me save money by not buying things I don't want!
However, the one problem is that the light switch is a little finicky about turning on and off - the light is definitely bright enough - it's just a matter of getting it on or off.
Posted February 16, 2010
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