I been looking for some good magnifying glasses, i had some but lost them.

I see 1.5x 16x and on.

For working on electronics like circuit boards and GPIO pins, what strength is great for that type of work is see 30x and up and even 160%. Would 1.6x be the same as 160%

1.0 = 100% if you have 1.6 that would be 0.6 more so that would be 160%

So, i get u, 1.0 is 100% and 1.6 is 160% just making sure, and yes i read right, just don’t won’t to f up…

you didn’t read well or wrote something faulty.

ok, since 1.6x is 160% so what is 5.0.

I see all of these 1.0 x

1.25 x

1.5 x

1.75 x

2.0 x

2.25 x

2.5 x

2.75 x

3.0 x

3.5 x

4.0 x

4.5 x

5.0 x

0.5 x

0.75 x

```
1.25 x =125%
1.5 x =150%
1.75 x =175%
2.0 x =200%
2.25 x =225%
2.5 x =250%
2.75 x =275%
3.0 x =300%
3.5 x =350%
4.0 x =400%
4.5 x =450%
5.0 x =500%
0.5 x =50% << making smaller then normal
0.75 x =75% << making smaller then normal
```

damn, i didn’t know they go that high. I like a good strength one to look at things like circuit boards and small objects without holding it closer to the eye.

Something like this is great for around the bench

If you want to get more fancy, check out the digital ones that come with a screen

or you just use a phone with zoom , any camera will do you could watch it on your 8k tv