A jeweler magnifying glass model GM11 can easily be called a jeweler's microscope. With a 10-x magnification of the 21 mm triplet lens and two light sources - UV and LED lights, the Loupe provides detailed monitoring of all fine and delicate details. The device uses a triplet lens system, corrected for spherical and chromatic aberration, to eliminate color change and place any part of the field of view under sharp focus.
An additional advantage of the loupe is the Achromatic and Aplanatic lens, providing better quality of observation. Lighting is activated by a separate miniature switch, and both LED and UV light sources can not be used at the same time as LED makes UV light virtually unusable.
The purpose of both types of lights is strictly specific and can not be replaced by another light source. UV light is used to check for fluorescence in some diamonds. Fluorescent diamonds will look cloudy when viewed with UV light. The GM11 Jeweler Loupe is extremely useful when working on microscopic surfaces with the ability to give maximum clarity to the finest details.
Aplanatic lens - corrected for spherical aberrations to provide a larger field of view from end to end
Achromatic lens - corrected for color degradation to see the real colors of precious stones
Triple lens - three separate lenses bonded together, significantly superior to the doublet and single lens
The set includes: