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Splinter Removal

Finding and removing tiny splinters will be easier and much less painful for you and your children if you use a top quality magnifier to guide you directly to the culprit. For this task, you want a very strong lens, but you also need a couple of inches of working distance so you can reach the wound with your tweezers.

The Zeiss D16-AR is a good choice here, for it gives you 2-1/2 " (approx 60mm) of working distance between the lens and the splinter if you hold the glass close to your eye. It is also a good idea to use a magnifier to check cuts and scrapes for embedded dirt before applying a bandage. If you get out your trusty magnifying glass whenever your child has a "boo-boo", you can make the whole experience a little less traumatic for both of you.






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