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Détails techniquesAgrandissement5xCouleurNoirPoids et dimensionsDiamètre3 cmPoids28 gPoids du paquet42,5 gAutres caractéristiquesDimensions du colis (LxPxH)76 x 25 x 108 mmEmballageCapacité du carton principal250 pièce(s)Dimensions du carton principal (LxPxH)641 x 305 x 451 mmPoids du carton principal12,34 kgCarton interneQuantité (carton interne)10 pièce(s)Dimension du carton interne (l x P x H)289 x 86 x 121 mmPoids de lï¿œemballage intérieur490 g
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For those with good vision - do not expect high-quality optics. You get what you pay for. My vision is poor enough that I can't tell the difference.
The OcuLens easily clips onto my wire-frame glasses, between the lenses. I can adjust the distance and angle from my right eye (the only working eye), and I can move it up and out of the way when I need to use my glasses normally. The OcuLens adds very little weight, so I can leave it attached as I walk around for short periods of time, having it ready when I need to read or examine something close up. I've been using it constantly for two weeks, moving it in every direction and position; it remains firmly in whatever position I place it. I've dropped it a few times, and it has held up very well. It will sometimes come off when I set my glasses down without folding the temples, but it does not come off during use.
An example of a more expensive and less effective product is the Bausch & Lomb Sight Savers eyeglass loupe. It's $35 - $70 and the clip is almost useless. It won't clip to my wire or plastic frames. The instructions' tiny print is barely readable, which I find ironic, especially from a company that should know better. Assuming the clip did work, the distance from the eye is not adjustable.
I have purchased three of the OcuLens, as it is not a high-quality item, and I don't know how long it will last. But it is the answer to my reading requirements, and I recommend it with no hesitation.
A word to the newly-visually impaired: When your vision becomes as poor as mine, your reading habits will change. It's unlikely you'll be able to hold your material at a distance. You will have to learn how to sit up straight while holding the material close to your face, doing your best not to bend your neck, as you may develop neck or back problems. There are other reading aids, like video tools and such, but for a portable solution you'll probably end up with thick glasses or an item like the OcuLens.
Update: It's been a year and this device has not failed in the least. The joints still hold, good as new. I've learned that the rubber feet can come off and get lost, but a touch of glue solves this problem. I'm now in the habit of slipping it in my pocket for reading menus.
The silly complaints I see are from people who just don't get what this product was meant to be used for. You can't use it to improve your walking-around vision or work on some project taking place out at "Arm's Reach" any more than you could with a hand-held magnifying glass.
This item is GREAT... for close-in, detailed work. Watch repair, steel-pen etching, stamp collecting, etc.