Hail the king of loupes. If Cyclops had been a jeweler, he’d have carried this 4.5X acrylic loupe with a 1-1/4” working distance. Measures 2-1/2” dia x 2” tall with a 1-3/4" dia lens set in a black and solid clear plastic housing. Despite some edge distortion, this is a really nice-quality piece overall.
Ceiling fixtures enter the 21st century. These 120VAC, 11W (65W equivalent) LED recessed ceiling lamps measure 5” dia x 2-5/8” deep with a a back that has heat-sink fins. Mounts via a pair of 3” x 1-1/2” clips and has 5” power leads with a 12mm connector and a 7-1/2” ground wire. UL. Retail prices on these are outrageous but these are takeouts and are in very good shape. May require some touch up paint.
Work like a watchmaker with this extremely steampunkish clip-on triple loupe. In brass-plated steel, it clips on the temple of a pair of glasses with the three 15/16” dia lenses (2X, 2.5X and 3X) on 1-1/2” long arms that swing in and out and are adjustable via set screws. The spring clip for the glasses opens to 5/16”. Working distance is short like all loupes, but you’ll look extremely cool.
You’re bound to be able to read through one of the lenses on this triple-lens hand-held magnifier. You pick. There’s a large, 5-1/4” acrylic lens at 1.5X with a 1” dia bifocal on the left at approx 2X and a doublet in the handle at approx 7X. (Ignore the surplus-inducing mis-marked lens powers; we tested ’em and the powers listed here are accurate.) Has (3) white LEDs under the main lens for your viewing pleasure and measures 10-3/4” long . The other is the same thing in a slightly smaller size, 8-3/4” long overall with a 3-3/8” x 1.5X main lens with a 1” dia bifocal on the left at approx 3X and a doublet in the handle at approx 7X. You add (3) “AAA” batteries for the LEDs.
And then give us a little tweeze, and a couple more for luck. Our 4-piece stainless steel tweezer set includes: 4-5/8" long bent tweezers; 4-1/2” fine point; 4-5/8” cross-locks; and 4-1/4” blunt-tip stamp tweezers with 1/4” wide tips for you philatelists.
Military style and shape, this dark-olive drab, 1-quart canteen is painted aluminum with a brown plastic screw cap on a cord keeper. The whole thing hangs in a web of olive drab canvas straps on an adjustable 20” neck strap. Measures 7” tall x 5-1/2” x 3-1/4” with a 1” dia mouth and holds a bit over one quart.
For traveling surgeons? Veterinarians? Dunno, but this is a small, retractable utility knife with a pointed, #11 scalpel blade inside. Measures 4-1/4" long with a plastic handle when retracted. Looks to us to be great for crafting, hobbying and pretty much any fine cutting. Made in England, and they ain’t talking.
Because they gots more rubber content than your regular, non-superior rubber bands. It says so on the box. They're also slightly darker than "pale crepe gold" in color, which is your traditionally favored rubber band color. Our each is box of approx.(200) Alliance rubber bands, each a 7" long loop without stretching it, and 1/8" thick, in a tissue-style perf-top box. Really, really stretchy. Made in the USA!
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