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Illuminated Coddington
 
Illuminated Coddington
 

A problem sometimes encountered in using a high power magnifier is the lack of sufficient light on the object. A bulb inserted in the groove of the Coddington lens illuminates the object being examined eliminating this problem. Requires two AA batteries (not included). 

Correction in the Coddington magnifiers is achieved through the use of a single thick lens with a central groove diaphragm. This provides for sharp, crisp images.

A little trivia ... "Coddington" Magnifiers got their name from their British inventor, Henry Coddington.