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First Magnifier Set

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Discover the world in the finest detail with these giant sized enlarging lenses. The set includes three lenses each w...
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First Magnifier Set

Code
445996
Discover the world in the finest detail with these giant sized enlarging lenses. The set includes three lenses each with a different magnification; 3X, 5X, and 8X. Features a tough plastic frame with two handles for easy use. Additionally, the set includes a hands-free metal frame designed to hold a lens above a specimen to provide a focussed enlargement arena, which enables children to handle, rotate and study live specimens or natural objects. Suitable for indoor or outdoor use. Lens measures 8cm d.
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Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age Ages 3yrs+
Diameter 8 cm
Features Features a tough plastic frame with two handles for easy use. Additionally, the set includes a handsfree metal frame designed to hold a lens above a specimen to provide a focussed enlargement arena, which enables children to handle, rotate and study live
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