Magnifying Glass Attachment for the Storage Battery Flashlight

Magnifying Glass Attachment for the Storage Battery Flashlight
Magnifying Glass Attachment for the Storage Battery Flashlight
12,90 €
8,90 €all prices incl. VAT., excl. shipping costs
In stock, Delivery in 4-5 days

General Information

For Precision Workers, Prying Eyes, and Collectors.

The flashlight has always had a supplement: a six-fold magnifying glass attachment. The magnifier provides good service in a wide variety of fields from material testing to numismatics and philately to nature observation and home medicine.

Good Things Made Even Better. A Pocket Lamp with LED.

Awards pave the way for the world’s first electric torch rechargeable from a socket, dating back to 1958 – presumably thanks to its design, which is hard to beat in terms of simplicity and practicality. Considering the ubiquitous charging cable clutter, the Acculux is a particularly pleasing simple device that is actually (and not only by explanation) self-explanatory. In contrast to the original model, this one uses LED for (correspondingly brighter) light and longer operating and service life than an incandescent lamp. We have the LED version manufactured in the impact-resistant housing of the original.

Product Information

Article Number 41188

Made of plastic. Ø 2.5 cm, L 3.5 cm. Weight 6 g. Delivery is without the pocket lamp.
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