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Walter Cordless Student Inclined Microscope


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Grades 3–8. This introductory compound microscope—designed for the young biology student—features an all-metal construction for ruggedness and durability, plus coaxial coarse and fine focusing for ease of use and increased accuracy. A built-in slip clutch prevents damage to the microscope and slides. The advanced cordless LED illumination provides a safer, cooler, long-life lighting system that will increase the microscope's placement options in the classroom. Limited lifetime warranty.

  • 10x widefield eyepiece with pointer
  • 4x, 10x, and 40xR achromatic objectives that are parcentered and parfocalled
  • Revolving triple nosepiece with positive click stops
  • 3-1/2" movable stage makes it easy for small hands to adjust specimen
  • Fixed condenser and 6-hole rotating disc diaphragm
  • LED cordless (rechargeable) illumination
  • Includes 3 rechargeable (NiMH) batteries and a single adapter
  • Size, 10-1/2" H x 4" W x 6" D; wt, about 4 lb
  • Specifications

    What’s Included:
    • 1 AC Adapter Charger
    • 1 Dust Cover
    • 1 Foam Case
    • 1 Walter Cordless Inclined Student Microscope
    • 1 Instructions
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    Features, Dimensions & Weight:
    • Battery Type: Supplied with 3 AA NiMH Rechargeable Batteries
    • Diaphragm: 6-Hole Rotating Disc
    • Eyepiece: 10x Widefield with Pointer
    • Focus: Coarse and Fine Adjustment
    • Head Type: Monocular
    • Illumination: LED
    • Objectives: 4x, 10x, 40xR Achromatic
    • Size: 10-1/2” H x 4” W x 6” D
    • Stage: Moveable Floating with Clips
    • Warranty: Walter Products Limited Lifetime Warranty
    • Weight: About 4 lb
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