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Choosing the right handheld magnifier is simple... just think about what kinds of things you want to look at, and find them on the chart below.    If you don't find your exact hobby or profession listed, pick one where the objects are similar in size and detail to the ones you wish to view.

And remember... you don't always want the highest power magnifier. The human eye can only see so much at one time - a higher power glass will show you more tiny detail, but it will also have a smaller field-of-view - that is, you won't be able to take in as much area at one time. So the magnifiers recommended here are chosen to give you the most comfortable and effective viewing experience for each interest.

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