Light Gathering Magnifier
This superbly crafted acrylic 4x magnifier intensifies the light passing through it, making the magnified subject nearly four times brighter without bulbs or batteries. Featuring what optical experts call an infinite eyepoint, you can be any distance from the magnifier, at nearly any angle, and maintain focus and clarity.
Our Favorite Basic Book Light
Harness the environmental and economic advantages of a rechargeable light. With no need to buy new batteries, you're saving money and putting less hazardous waste into landfills. Optical grade lens with three brightness levels provides clear consistent light easy on the eyes.
Glass Dome Magnifier
All the essential features of an ideal reading tool have been brought together in this one exceptional magnifier: a crystal-clear optical glass dome; 400% magnification, considered the most comfortable magnification for small print; for use directly on the printed matter (not handheld).
Rechargeable Dimmable Page Magnifier
This optical-grade, anti-glare 4x magnifier recharges in just two hours providing up to 12 hours (medium-brightness mode) of non-diminishing light. It’s the brightest LED magnifier available. A micro USB cable and premium rechargeable 700 mAh battery are included; it’s ready to use, no need to buy batteries.
Rechargeable Hand-Held Dimmable Magnifier
This lightweight, ergonomic optical-grade 4x magnifier recharges in just two hours providing up to 12 hours (Medium-Brightness mode) of non-diminishing light, the brightest LED magnifier available. A micro USB cable and rechargeable 750 mAh battery are included; it’s ready to use, no need to buy batteries.
The hourglass is a recurring image not only referencing the passage of time, but balance, the sky and the earth, the female figure, and more. This richly symbolic object is also a calming and beautiful desk accessory. Choose among four colors and 5- or 30-minute hourglass.
County Library: We Want One Paperweight
This handsome glass paperweight reproduces a 1928 photograph now in the collection of the Library of Congress. The photo captures the longing (and firm demand) of a rural community for a permanent library, and memorializes early bookmobiles and their mission to provide for them.
Votes For Women Paperweight
This handsome glass paperweight is based on a button, worn by marchers at the 1913 Women's Suffrage Parade, now housed at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. Historians later credited the event with invigorating the suffrage movement with a new wave of inspiration and purpose.