Daylight™ Clip-On Spectacle Magnifiers Accessory
Item 321171
Four lenses and a spectacle clip in one stylish black box! 1.7X, 2.0X, 2.5X, and 3.0X magnifiers offer varied enlargement for all your projects while spectacle clip easily fits on most eyeglasses for hands-free operation on detailed work and can also flip up for normal work.
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$19.99
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
4.05

(based on 3 reviews)

December 11, 2015
3.05
"This product is very helpful to me. When I'm working with embroidery pattern. But unfortunately my last shipment for this product was damaged during shipment. "
December 09, 2014
5.05
"excellent - just what I needed I've tried hanging magnifiers but every time you move or breath things go out of focus. With this clip-on to my glasses it works perfectly and love the fact of having the 4 different magnifications to be able to use on different types of projects. They aren't too heavy for regular frame glasses, but may be a little heavy for wire rimed glasses. So glad you had this product. "
October 20, 2014
4.05
"Heavy The magnification is really great, but the whole thing is so heavy it pulls my glasses off and I have to put an elastic to hold them to my face. It takes a bit of getting used to exactly how to position the lens for optimum focus, but once you figure that out it is handy even though it is heavy."