Microscope.com Launches Innovative Line of Industrial Magnifiers

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21st Century technology brings an innovative new look to one of man's oldest tools, the ever-versatile magnifier lamp. At Microscope.com, an online retailer of microscopes and related products, customers can now access a new line of robust, easy-to-use industrial magnifier lamps, the perfect solution to over-worked eyes.

We have waited four years before introducing these new industrial magnifiers in order to ensure that they meet our criteria of quality and value

Microscope.com has launched a new line of industrial magnifiers for customers under the Omano brand at half the price of competing products. The magnifier lamps help professionals in all types of industrial assembly and inspection work, including electronics repair and printed circuit board inspection.

There are six models divided into three sets: fluorescent illumination, LED illumination and Electro-Static Discharge (ESD) Safe with LED illumination. Each set includes two different levels of magnification: 1.75x (3 diopter) and 2.25x (5 diopter). Prices start at $85.00 which is 50% less than competing products of similar quality.

"We have waited four years before introducing these new industrial magnifiers in order to ensure that they meet our criteria of quality and value”, said Charles Crookenden, President of Microscope.com. “These models fit those criteria; they are well-built and offer 50% improvement in price over similar models on competing websites - two important criteria for industrial customers in what remains a challenging economy".

The complete line of Omano magnifier lamps are available on the web at http://www.microscope.com and by telephone at 540-904-0880.

Microscope.com is an online retailer of microscopes for everyday use by industry, educational institutions, businesses and microscopy enthusiasts worldwide. They have been in business since 1998 and are the proud recipient of Top Ten Reviews “Gold Award” for Best Online Retailer for two consecutive years, in 2009 and 2010.

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