Free Shipping Included! Levenhuk Rainbow 2L Orange Portable Microscope for Children with Experiment Kit, Upper and Lower LED Light for Observing All Kinds of Samples by Levenhuk at Atlas Success. MPN: 69064. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Levenhuk Rainbow 2L Orange Microscope Striking microscope for striking discoveries. Experiment kit included. Magnification: 40-400x. Bright and modern Levenhuk Rainbow 2L Orange Microscope makes a perfect gift to any kid! The microscope will help a young explorer unravel some of the most thrilling mysteries of the microworld. The kit includes everything required to conduct exciting experiments with the microscope. The outstanding appearance will make any child or teenager fall in love with Leven
Product Description & Reviews
Levenhuk Rainbow 2L Orange Microscope Striking microscope for striking discoveries. Experiment kit included. Magnification: 40-400x. Bright and modern Levenhuk Rainbow 2L Orange Microscope makes a perfect gift to any kid! The microscope will help a young explorer unravel some of the most thrilling mysteries of the microworld. The kit includes everything required to conduct exciting experiments with the microscope. The outstanding appearance will make any child or teenager fall in love with Levenhuk Rainbow 2L Orange from first sight! The kit includes: Microscope Objectives: 4x, 10x and 40x Eyepiece: WF10x Stage with clips Diaphragm disk Condenser Built-in upper and lower LED illuminations AC adapter 3 AA batteries Levenhuk K50 Experiment Kit User manual and lifetime warranty Specifications: Head: monocular, inclined 45° Optics material: optical glass Magnification, x: 40-400 Eyepiece tube diameter, mm: 23.2 Eyepieces: WF10x Objectives: 4х, 10х, 40х Revolving nosepiece: 3 objectives Stage, mm: 90x90, with clips Stage moving range, using focusing mechanism, mm: 0-15, vertical Condenser: NA 0.65 Diaphragm: diaphragm disk (6 apertures) Focus: coarse Body material: plastic Illumination: LED Brightness adjustment: yes Power supply: 220 V/50 Hz or 3 AA batteries
Features & Highlights
- Striking microscope for striking discoveries, available in 5 bright colors
- Monocular head; 40-400x magnification; revolving nosepiece for 3 objectives
- Upper and lower illumination systems are suitable for viewing all kinds of samples
- Power supply via batteries allows using the microscope outdoors
- The kit includes: Microscope; Objectives: 4x, 10x and 40x; Eyepiece: WF10x; Stage with clips; Diaphragm disk; Condenser; Built-in upper and lower LED illuminations; AC adapter; 3 AA batteries; Levenhuk K50 Experiment Kit; User manual and lifetime warranty
14.37 x 8.86 x 5.71 inches
9 x 5.8 x 14.2 inches
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