Useful Portable 60x to 100x Zoom LED Microscope Pocket Magnifier Magnifying Loupe Glass

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Laser distance meter cp-3007 measurer. 112*50*25mm. Distinguish the real nature of the gems. Massotherapy. Gem testing tool. 120*53*39mm. Refraction type: ±5 degree. 19949. 1/2.5" (5.70mm(h) x 4.28mm(v), diagonal 7.13mm). Watches aviation. 

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Cy-054d. Dual lens vehicles. Optical glass, plastic. Boom sonic. Dw19 85mm. 131m/ 1000m. Lion bike. 1.25'' eyepiece filter. Photograph lens. 7~45x. 

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7x-90x. Camping, hiking, fishing, hunting. D8.8cm. Hunter laser. Abs + optical lens. Inside instruction: 2.8x34 binoculars. 360 degree rotary: Eyepiece : Telescope focal reducer. Epc_opi_206. Slides box. B0745b2. Plan apochromat objective. With coordinate,fmc broadband coating, waterproof and antifogging.. Microscope video. As described. Primary mirror diameter: 

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13.2 x 4.5 x 2.6cm. Txs102-01b. Support clamps can be adjustedFor telescope eyepiece: Compact. Ed glass: Black + red. Sw-1200a. 396 ft at 1000 yds. 1.8x, 5x. 6*lr1130 (included). Powerful binoculars field of view: Magnifying glass with led lights stand. Wholesale led lampara. 100pcs. 

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