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August 16, 2008

Lighted Attach-A-Mag — A rose by any other name...


Okay, so it's a terrible name for a product but let's focus — as it were — on what it does.

From the website:

    Lighted Attach-A-Mag™ — Ideal for Shop Use

    See every detail with this lighted hands-free magnifier

    If you need to see work, projects or anything else on your work bench close up and well-lit, we’ve come across a wonderfully functional illuminating magnifier.

    The large, rimless 2X crystal clear acrylic magnifying lens floats in space, suspended at one edge by a flexible, fully adjustable ball-and-socket jointed arm with simple tension adjustments.

    Two LED lights (powered by 3 included button cell batteries) tucked just beneath the lens project brightly onto the viewing area.

    An articulated clamp with rubber pads securely anchors the unit by firmly gripping the edges of work benches, shop tabletops, books, shelf edges, even irregular surfaces.

    In addition to job site or shop use, it’s a boon for model builders, fly tiers, hobbyists, electronics buffs, bedtime readers and flea circus ringmasters.

    11"L overall with 4¼"Ø lens.


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