Ruper 5024 Double Hand Lens

Ruper Double Hand Lens 5024
Ruper Double Hand Lens 5024 Ruper Double Hand Lens 5024 x 8 magnifier observing a fossil fish
Ruper 5024 Double Hand Lens
Excl. Tax: £29.13 Incl. Tax: £34.96

Availability: In stock

Technical Specification:
• Eyepiece: glass lenses
• Layer: doublet (2 separate pieces of glass with a spacer)
• Magnification: x 15 and x 8
• Diameter (viewable area) 15 mm and 25 mm
• Body: Stainless steel with chrome finish
• Lens housing: Stainless steel with chrome finish

Excellent Japanese Ruper hand lens which was one X 8 by 25 mm one X 15 magnification by 13 mm diameter lens on either side of the loupe. Housed in stainless steel with a matt finish for rugged outdoor use as well as indoors, it is suitable for use in geology, botany, entomology, jewellery making, gemstone cutting and much more. Made in Japan with the famous Ruper name engraved on one side, a faux leather pouch is also supplied.


The Ruper 5024 is an excellent double hand lens, it provides you with both x 15 and x 8 magnification with 13 mm and 25 mm diameter fields of viewing. The body and lens housing are made from stainless steel with a matt finish which protects the glass for use in many environments as well as giving it a sleek finish, with the magnifiers located at either end which fold out. This loupe utilises quality doublet optics (not triplets as many may assume or as many sellers may suggest). The doublet optics work to clear abrasions when you view an object and are very versatile. Manufactured in Japan, this high quality loupe is another reminder of why Ruper are an industry best, accessories supplied are a faux leather pouch. The option to switch between two different strengths of magnification make this lens suitable for use in a wide range of professions and interests such as geology, sediment study, observation of insects, faceting, polishing and cutting of jewellery and gemstones, minute hobby and crafts and much more.

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