Celestron Laboratory II Biological Microscope - 40X - 400X

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Celestron Laboratory II Biological Microscope - 40X - 400X

Celestron Laboratory 40x to 400x Biological Microscope The Celestron Laboratory Biological Microscope is a very economical entry-level biological microscope that includes many standard features (like a condenser and diaphragm) not found on many microscopes in this price category. The monocular head adjusts from 0 to 60-degrees for comfortable viewing.


Don't settle for a "toy" microscope. The Celestron Laboratory Biological Microscope is an all metal body with a monocular head. Rather than unrealistic magnifying powers, it offers a set of 4x, 10x, and 40x Objective Lenses which provides 40x, 100x, and 400x with included 10x Huygens Eyepiece. The large 2-inch mirror provides illumination without cords or batteries, while the stage offers up secure clips to keep your slides in position. Add to that fully coated optics and a both coarse and fine focusing system and you'll have a microscope that gets used!

 

Celestron Laboratory 40x to 400x Biological Microscope Features

  • 400x Power Biological Microscope
  • 10x Eyepiece
  • 4x, 10x, and 40x Objective Lenses
  • Fully Coated Glass Optics
  • All Metal Body with Monocular Head
  • 50 mm (2-inch) Mirror Illumination
  • Condenser
  • 5-position Disc Diaphragm
  • Powers Available - 40x, 100x, and 400x
  • Coarse and Fine Focus Knobs
  • Stage with Stage Clips
  • Five Prepared Slides

Celestron Product Number: 44102

 

SPECIFICATIONS

Free ShippingYes
IlluminationDaylight (Mirror)
Included Eyepieces10X
ManufacturerCelestron
Maximum Magnification400X
Microscope TypeOptical Microscope
Minimum Magnification40X
Objectives Included10X & 40X & 4X
Rotating HeadYes
Tabletop or Hand HeldTabletop
Viewer TypeMonocular
Warranty2 Year Warranty

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