Head Magnifier

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Head Magnifier

Update on the classic head magnifier. Has 2 bi-lenses (2nd lens flips down from inside) and 1 loupe, allowing for 4 levels of magnification from 1.5x to 7.5x. LED lighting built in uses 2x AAA batteries (not included). Adjustable strap with dial control. Magnification loupe can be installed on either side for extra left or right eye magnification.

$24.99

$24.99

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Product Details

Description

Description

Hands free magnification. Used by Jewelers, Lab Technicians, and all sorts of crafty folks.

Product Video

Repair Stories

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My Problem

The continuing saga, connecting people back with their devices whether they like it or not.

My Fix

The first thing I noticed was that the repair guide was exactly the same as the iPod touch 5 guide. Like, exactly the same, copied and pasted. This made things a bit difficult for me midway through because alt . . .

My Problem

Apps were slowing down considerably and got an e-mail from iFixit about older Apple batteries causing that very issue.

My Fix

Lesson: ALWAYS review the repair guide before starting a new project.

I had just completed a screen and battery replacement in an I-Phone 6S and figured I could just open my SE befo . . .

My Problem

After I fixed the power button issue (which went great btw), the phone would shut down, then pause 1 second and then power back on. Apparently, no matter how quickly it is retrieved and dried, if you drop your phone in a small bit of water dock side down, it has tendency to corrode some of the conn . . .

My Problem

Owner tried to replace the battery and broke it in the process.

My Fix

I had some trouble getting all the screws out, and part of the back had broken over the battery, so I had to get inventive in getting to the connector screws.

My Advice

Make sure you get ALL the screws out before pulling on the Battery! And use a M . . .

My Problem

Power button out of order and no software means to reboot the tablet, so it became very slow

My Fix

Easy. I just followed the guide Nexus 7 Power & Volume Button Cable Replacement

My Advice

Use good quality tools to open the tablet, with solid plastic (my old tools were bad)

My Problem

I'd dropped my iPhone 4 and smashed the rear glass panel. Genius Bar replacement cost in Australia appeared to be north of AUD$200 !

I took the opportunity to order other useful tools and accessories from the iFixit web site which all came in at less than half the cost of glass panel repair in Austr . . .

My Problem

Broken Screen

My Fix

Straight forward. Worked the first time.

My Advice

Use a clean white area like a anti-static mat. A head magnifier helps. The assembly requires patience as the screws are very small and hard for the average person to work with.

My Problem

I thought I had a crack on the screen of my I-phone 4s, so I order a new screen and battery and I started taking it apart I broke one of the screws so I put it back together and ordered a complete set of screws for it. I got everything and I went to take it apart and when I took off the screen plast . . .

My Problem

I got the tools as a basic set for my office, not to fix a problem I already had. I open up Nintendo carts, phones, poorly designed / broken stuff, and this is a good selection of tools to have to do that, it has many common and a few more rare security bits. It's nicely made.

My Fix

First thing I did was . . .

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