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Bresser Erudit ICD 20x-40x Stereo Microscope


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This Stereo Microscope is especially impressive when viewing 3 dimensional structured materials. WIth the maximum object height of 53mm you can view also large objects.
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The BRESSER Erudit ICD microscope is a stereo dissecting microscope and gives a three dimensional view. This is especially impressive when viewing structured materials. WIth the maximum object height of 53mm you can view also large objects. The microscope is perfect for a variety of objects, like plants, insects, geological handpieces, etc.

The Erudit ICD is also the perfect choice for children, because there is no need for tedious and difficult sample preparation. Simply place the sample on the object plate and view the finest details! The black/white object plate gives good contrast when viewing with incident light. With battery power the microscope is ready for your next excursion or field work, or use it anywhere around the house. With the sturdy carry case it is easily transported or stowed away.


  • Type: Stereo microscope / dissecting microscope with incident and transmitted light

  • Applications: Biology, botany, insects

  • Black/White-Object plate for optimized contrast

  • Glass object plate,

  • 94mm Rubber eye cups for comfortable viewing, reduces stray light

  • Smartphone holder for convenient documentation

  • Long life LED lighting, battery powered.

  • Use anywhere, e.g. for field work

  • Adjustable binocular head, diopter adjustment

  • Sturdy carry case


  • Magnification: 20x, 40x

  • Stereo-Objective

  • Eyepiece barrel diameter: 30,5 mm

  • Battery powered (3x )Type AA


Stereo dissecting microscope with transmitted and incident light
2x wide field 10x eyepieces
Stereo objectives, 2x/4x
Glass object plate, clear glass Black/white object plate
Smartphone holder
Plastic carry case

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