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Aluminium table magnifier | Primario 65

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  • Material aluminium 6063, acrylic lens
  • Colours: silver / black
  • Dimension: 69 x 56.5mm (diameter x height)
  • Weight: 49g
  • Design: Michio Akita
  • iF Design Award
  • Made in Japan
TAKEDA Primario 65 Lupe aus Aluminium Made in Japan
Aluminium table magnifier | Primario 65 Sale priceSFr. 109.00


This smart magnifier is made of aluminium, the light and strong material. It is cut out in the arc shape to collect the light maximally on the lens, and its 3 legs stand easily on uneven surfaces. It is suitable for newspapers, dictionaries, maps, etc. The arc shape also allows the tweezers to be used under the lens, which is perfect for detailed work. The Primario magnifier is made by cutting a 6 mm thick aluminium tube to about 1 mm thickness.

Based on the seam lines on the side of the main body, it appears to be made of two pieces, but it is actually one piece. The three curved legs are stable even on irregular surfaces and are designed to direct maximum light onto the area to be magnified.

Each magnifier comes in a high-quality gift box.

    PRIMARIO products are made under the keywords of "solidity", "style" and "brilliance". The brand was born under the Takeda Design Project by Takada, the metal processing manufacturer in Tsubame, Niigata Prefecture.

    Michio Akita was born in 1953 in Osaka, Japan. He studied design and industrial arts at the Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music, graduating in 1977. After working at Kenwood Corporation and Sony Corporation, he has been a freelance product designer since 1988. His work ranges from household appliances to public facilities.

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