Photo: Craftoptics.com

Just got the new Craft Optics blog post and he brought up a great point on why you would need a telescopic attachment to your eyewear- beading and fine electronics.

In previous blogs, I wrote about jewelry artists, needlepoint artists, cross-stitchers, and tattoo artists among many others. The latest areas to cross my path are bead artistry and fine electronics.

As one bead artist put it, “In small scale bead work, every fine detail is visible and I can work comfortably for hours”. I couldn’t have said it better myself. Anyone working with tiny objects need to see what they are doing without eye strain.

Regarding fine electronics, the photo shows Shawn doing something strange to his ipod. In order to see his work, he tried CraftOptics and sure enough he was able to comfortably complete his project.

If you are doing any kind of close work, check out Craftoptics.com

1 COMMENT

  1. NICE PRODUCT BUT IT IS OVERKILL. WE SELL MANY PRODUCTS
    THAT WILL MAGNIFY IN THE SAME FASHION, USING CLIP ON
    MAGNIFIERS AT A FRACTION OF THE COST. IN ADDITION,
    MY PRODUCT WILL LIFT UP WHEN NOT NEEDED- THERE IS NO
    SENSE IN MAKING THE EYE LAZY- DON’T USE THE AID IF YOU
    DO NOT ABSOLUTELY NEED IT.

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