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Discovery

MSRP

$2295.00


Short Description

If your primary needs for magnification include reading, writing, and other close-up tasks, the Clarity Discovery is the video magnification solution for you.

You’ll find Discovery easy to use. You’ll view three-dimensional items — such as prescription bottles — with amazing sharpness, and see your favorite photos in full color! Discovery features Clarity’s easy to use controls for smooth, easy focusing, contrast adjustment, and a one touch power switch.

The Discovery video magnifier fits comfortably in any home or office. Discovery’s monitor tilt feature allows you position the super sharp 17” high contrast LCD screen for optimal viewing.

Like all Clarity products, Discovery is backed by our lifetime warranty, and our superior customer service. This product is individually handcrafted in the USA.

Let Clarity bring your world into focus.

Features

Magnification: 4x-60x. Modes: color, black and white, inverse. Unit dimensions: width: 16”, depth: 16”, height: 25”. Weight: 40 lbs. LCD: 19” high contrast. Power requirements: 47 - 63 HZ, 100-240 VAC.

Considerations

Supplied with power cord.

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