Nikon 10x Jewelry Magnifier

Nikon 10x Jewelry Magnifier

Nikon 10x Jewelry Magnifier

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Nikon 10x Jewelry Magnifier

Nikon 10x Jewelry Magnifier

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  • Coated Lens
  • Fold Out Design
  • Good for Hobbies and Professional Use
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The 10x Jewelry Magnifier from Nikon is an excellent tool to have on hand when you need to examine small detail on coins, stamps and jewelry. The coated lens delivers a clear, crisp image. The fold out design protects the optic inside the case when it's not needed.

Coated lens delivers a sharp, clear image
Perfect accessory for the hobbyist and pro who needs to assess the smallest details
UPC: 018208069477
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  • 1Description
Format Jewelry magnifier
Magnification 10x
Lens Construction Glass
Linear Field of View Not Specified by Manufacturer
Dioptric Correction Range Not Applicable
Eyepiece Not Specified by Manufacturer
Dimensions Not Specified by Manufacturer
Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 2.4 x 2.0 x 0.85"
10x Jewelry Magnifier is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Remarkably bright. More than just crystal clear. Use it at work to view tiny serial numbers. Will use it more and more as it is so very easy to carry. Typically you hold the magnifier to your eye and move back and forth to bring the item into focus. This loupe causes me to occasionally need my Surefire flashlight to wash out the shadows created by my big fat head. :-)
Date published: 2015-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from one of the sharpest magnifiers made Having owned the Nikon loupe for several months, I now feel qualified to review it.1. Nikon's assertion that their loupe has a resolving power of 63 lines per millimeter would make it sharper than most of their FX format lenses. I cannot verify, but have no reason to doubt, Nikon's assertion.2. The assertion that the lens is coated comes from B&H, not Nikon. The lens is uncoated. Most people are unaware that coatings alter the spectral transmission of a lens. In the jewelry industry, nothing must interfere with a jeweler's ability to discern the quality of the revered blue-white diamond. The Nikon loupe satisfies this need.3. The lens frame fits the cover so precisely that a fingernail will not fit between them. The owner of this Nikon loupe need not worry about pocket lint getting onto the lens. A short lanyard or wrist strap would be useful to keep the loupe from getting lost in a pocket.4. The lens frame is precisely 10mm thick; the lens being symmetric, the nodal point is 5mm from either edge. With a focal length of 25mm, the working distance is 20mm from either edge of the frame. With a lens diameter of 13mm, this loupe is in effect a 25mm f2 makro lens.In summary, this Nikon loupe is one of the sharpest and most precise 10x magnifiers available, and will please anyone who enjoys owning fine quality optical instruments. Everyone working in the diamond industry should have one of these.
Date published: 2015-03-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Expensive for what you get This loupe costs about 3x as much as a Belomo 10x triplet loupe. It's half the thickness, but also has a viewing area half the diameter and one quarter the area. The Belomo is coated, the Nikon is not, which may impact color accuracy, although I can't really tell the difference side by side. The Nikon is shapr edge-to-edge, the Belomo loses out towards the very edge. The Nikon construction is plastic, the Belomo is metal. Finish is a bit better on the Nikon, e.g. the edges of the lens are blackened, but the optical cell is not removable or serviceable. Quite frankly, unless you are a jewelry assayer and require utmost color accuracy, I don't think the Nikon justifies the price difference over the Belomo or a Basuch & Lomb Hastings triplet 10x magnifier.
Date published: 2015-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's very discreet. Very practical, great optics!
Date published: 2010-06-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Very small jewelry magnifying glass I prefer a magnifying glass of more than 16 millimeters in diameter
Date published: 2016-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WOW! Great loupe! Comparable or better than most $300 loupes. Must get,great price,nice size,nice feel,nice weight,too nice! Only negative,not easy to open with one hand.
Date published: 2010-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent for Identification! I use this magnifier to help me identify aquatic plants. �The quality of the magnifier lens is excellent with little distortion. �Placing the item on a white surface makes it easier to see details. �Recommended!
Date published: 2018-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'd but it again..... This is not for me bought it for my nephew in Bangkok...He will be using for see the ingredient of the Buddha amulets...But this item very popular in Thailand and hard to find.....
Date published: 2017-09-25
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