This lightweight, compact (2½ x 4½ x 14") microscope is super-convenient for identifying insects pests, disease and plant species wherever you are. If mites are your problem, the 100x magnification of this microscope will help you determine just which type are pestering your plants. It is easy to use; simply open it up and a super bright LED light will illuminate the object you are examining. Inside the view finder there is a handy measuring tool for instant measurements.
This microscope comes a protective cover. Also included is a handy Pest Identification Guide.
Key Features of Active Eye 100x Microscope:
- Adjustable focus allows the user to analyze various issues.
- Independent illumination reduces interference from ambient light sources.
- Internal ruler on optics measures objects from 0.01 mm to 2.0 mm.
- LED bulb should not need replacement for the life of this product.
- Batteries included.
Suggested Uses: Use for gardening and plant health examinations to detect and identify pests and diseases. Also useful for tasks requiring a clear view of very small items.
Install batteries first. Slide off battery cover and insert two AA batteries. Once in place, re-install the battery cover.
Operating the microscope -
- Place the sample on a bright level surface, such as a clean piece of paper.
- The transparent cover should surround the pest or vegetation sample to be in proper range of the ocular for viewing.
- Gently separate the battery compartment from the ocular to initiate the LED light source.
- Observe the test subject from the ocular and adjust the focusing ring to enhance the viewing clarity.
What's In The Package: 100X microscope with LED light, two AA batteries, a protective leather case, a Quick ID Chart of the 7 Most Common Pest & Disease Issues and illustrated instructions in English, Spanish and French.
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Impossible to focus
Jul 8, 2023 | By Sharon
Mar 5, 2023 | By James Cassar
Works as expected
Jun 28, 2021 | By CARROLLA VASSELL
Batteries were damaged and microscope doesn't work, device gets too hot to handle.
Apr 26, 2021 | By David
Mar 29, 2021 | By Morgan Smith
Nov 19, 2020 | By Steven P. Herbert