Guide To Buying Craft Magnifiers
Guide to Buying Craft Magnifiers
And Craft Magnifying Glasses For Close Work.
Of Craft Magnifiers
cross stitch magnifier-beading magnifier | sewing magnifier-embroidery magnifier
knitting-quilting magnifier | needlework-needlepoint magnifier | art and crafts magnifier
Held Craft Magnifying Glass.
Con: For short duration use as your hand will
tire and you have to hold the magnifier in focus.
Hands Free Craft Magnifying
Magnification with both hands free to work on your craft tasks.
Con: Usually more expensive and less portable.
Types Of Hands Free Magnifiers:
power should I choose?
a craft magnifier that provides the proper magnification at a comfortable work distance.
- The higher the power the shorter the focal lengt and the
smaller the field of view.
- A very high power may bring you
to close to your work.
- For best craft magnifier results wear you reading glasses.
Does not apply to Fresnel Lens magnifiers which have a focal range of 4 inches.
Do I need a craft magnifying glass with a light?
A craft magnifying glass with light will provide a better
magnified image then a non-lighted magnifier.
craft magnifiers are either led or fluorescent lighted
Magnifying Glass For Crafts
Wearable Magnifying Glasses For Craft Work.
Headband Magnifiers For Crafts.
Of A Quality Headband Magnifier
- Light weight: A head magnifier that is to heavy will be uncomfortable.
headband: The headband magnifying glass should be adjustable for a good fit.
- Padded headband:
Select a magnifying headband that is padded for comfort.
- Lighted head magnifier: A headband magnifier with light is advisable.
- Wear with your glasses: All of our headband magnifier can be worn with glasses.
- Flip up-Flip Down: Most of
our magnifiers will flip up and out of the way.
- Coated lenses: Coated lenses will protect the lenses from scratches, mars and abrasions.
lenses: Many of our headband binocular magnifiers are available with multiple interchangeable power
magnifiers provide higher magnification then ordinary glasses
Can be worn with your glasses.
Lighted Lighted Lighted Lighted
Of Telesight Magnifier Glasses.
- These magnifying glasses are perfect for various crafts.
- Light weight and comfortable to wear.
- The precision
prismatic magnifying lenses eliminate eyestrain.
Available in 6 Powers
EYE $39.00 FULL FRAME $39.00CLIP ON $39.00
Attributes Of Clip On Magnifier Glasses.
Hands free magnifying eyeglasses for crafts
Clips-on to most frames and will add magnification power
to your present glasses
Clip on eyeglasses for cross stitch, sewing embroidery, beading, needlepoint, needlework
up when not in use
Best arts and crafts magnifiers.
3 Powers $10.95 2 Powers $9.95 4 Powers $26.95
Non-Lighted Lighted Large
An around the neck magnifying glass provides
hands free magnification for reading, low vision crafts.
Use for sewing, cross stitch, needle point, knitting, embroidery and all needlecrafts.
Hands Free Magnifying
Magnifier lamps offers of hands
free magnification plus a built in shadow free light source.
Attributes Of Magnifying Craft Lamps.
- Hands Free
- Clamp-on or non-tilt base models
- LED or Fluorescent lighted for soft white light
LED Craft Magnifying Lamps
1.75x 1.75x 175x/2.25x
Fluorescent Craft Magnifier Lamps
2.25X 1.75X 175X
Useful Magnifier Information
you enter middle age your near vision changes and reading becomes more difficult and causes eye strain.
This condition is called presbyopia and a magnifier will make reading a book or crafts more
Other problems that a magnifying glass will be helpful
are low vision, macular degeneration, cataract and glaucoma.
Diopter: Diopter is a measurement that is used to calculate
the power of a magnifying lens. It will appear as "D" .
Power: Power is how large an object or print increases as
you look through a lens. It appears has "X"
Focal Length: Measurement from the center of the lens
to to the object and be in focus.
Rules Of Magnification.
higher the power of the lens the closer you must get to the object being viewed.
As the power of a lens increases, the diameter of the
is a term used to determine the power(magnification)of a lens. The terms are sometimes confused..
High power magnifiers such as 8x must be held
steady or else they will be out of focus.