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10X and 20X Magnification Powers
Versatile Boom-arm Stand Covering Large Working Area
9″ Extremely Large Working Distance
Erect Sharp Stereo Images over a SUPER Widefield of ViewAccurate Alignment Ensuring Fatigue-Free Long Time Viewing
Adjustable Interpupillary Distance (50 mm – 77 mm)
This is a binocular 10X-20X stereo microscope on boom-arm with light. It gives clear sharp images. It comes with a binocular head, widefield eyepieces, a boom-arm stand and a incident light. The 45° inclined eye tubes and rubber eyeguards ensure an easy observation. The boom-arm stand allows you to turn the microscope head around two different axis (X and Z). This microscope offers high resolution, widefield of view and extremely large working distance (9″). The incident light shines down onto objects for the observation of surface details and fine structures. This microscope is perfect for circuit board repairing, soldering and dental applications. It is an ideal instrument for dentists, gemologists, collectors and anyone in semiconductor and/or electronic industry. It is brand new in factory box. Its retail value is above 0.
Why Consider Buying A Used Microscope
While a brand new microscope will almost always be the best quality, they can often be prohibitively expensive, especially for the hobbyist user. Used microscopes can often offer an incredible value for money if you are willing to do some research and make sure that you are not buying a microscope that is broken or otherwise has limited functionality.
The Value of Purchasing Used Microscopes
Because microscopes lose a lot of value the moment they are unpacked, a lightly used microscope can be an excellent value proposition. A very high end microscope can go for half the price used, allowing an amateur user who wants more power to get a product normally far outside of their price range.
Before buying a new microscope, then, it’s a great idea to shop around the used microscopes market and see if you can either save some money or upgrade to a higher quality product on the same budget.
One great way to save money for the serious enthusiast is to buy a broken microscope and the parts to repair it. This can end up saving hundreds of dollars if you are up to the challenge. Fixing a microscope is not always easy, but for a serious enthusiast, it can be a fun project that ends up resulting in a much higher quality microscope than could have been purchased for the price of the broken product and parts.
However, it is important to be careful when selecting a used microscope, broken or not. Some microscope parts are difficult to find, meaning a broken microscope can turn into a hunt for the right piece. Others will be overpriced for how much work they require.
Overall, buying a used microscope, when approached cautiously, is a great way to save money on a quality product. If you are in the market for a microscope, it is definitely something to look into.
Understanding Online Identity Theft
When somebody steals your identity online they use your personal information to pretend to be you or assume your identity when transacting so that they can gain access into your resources, obtain credit under your name, or other services. If you are a victim of online identity theft you can lose all the resources that you have worked so hard for and you may also suffer the consequences of the actions done by the cybercriminal who stole your identity.
How do cyber thieves obtain your personal information?
Here are the most common ways that are used by cyber thieves when they want to gather personal or confidential information for online identity theft:
- Some steal your personal information using malicious software or breaches in your browser security
- Large scale online identity theft happens when someone manages to hack into computer networks and company database. This allows the hacker to acquire the personal information of clients, use it to steal their identity or sell the personal information for a profit.
- Email phishing or sending emails or links which masks them as legitimate companies that will ask you to enter confidential information such as your credit card or social security number.
- Getting personal information from published posts in social media sites.
- Gaining access to victim’s emails and diverting the incoming emails to gain access into your personal and financial information. This is also done to divert bank or credit card statements of accounts that you are not aware of and delay your discovery of the unauthorized activity.
- Gaining your trust and befriending you or somebody in your family through social media sites to trick you into giving out your personal and financial information.
How can you protect yourself now from online identity theft?
The ease at which people can now have access to the internet is increasing the chances of criminals to gain access to personal information to steal their identities. But there are ways for you to protect yourself from online identity theft. You should always be wary of sites that ask for personal information especially for your credit card and social security numbers. When purchasing online make sure that you only transact with legitimate sites to ensure the security of the information you provide. Monitor your bills, bank statements, and credit score for anything unusual. These things will surely give you a clue that somebody is possibly posing as you.
When using public internet connection from a laptop, tablet, or smartphone, it is a good idea to secure your connection with a VPN. A VPN is a virtual private network. It will protect the data you are transmitting through your WiFi connection.
Identity theft is a serious matter and you may lose all the things that you have worked for as well as the integrity of your name so ensure that you and members of your family are being smart when using online services and social media sites.