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    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L Azure Microscope

    Levenhuk
    Stylish and bright microscope to explore the world around us. Experiment kit included. Magnification: 40-800x.
    • Category: Microscope
    • Product ID:
    • Country: PRC, controlled by Levenhuk, Inc. (USA)
    • Warranty: lifetime
    • Weight: 6.1 lb (2.78 kg)
    • Package size (LxWxH): 7.1×15.9×10.6 in (18×40.5×27 cm)
    • Choose color:

      • Orange
      • Lime
      • Azure
      • Amethyst
      • Moonstone
      • #69075
      • #69074
      • #69073
      • #69072
      • #69071
    • $79.95
    • + $24.95 Value Gift (Limited Time Offer)

      + $24.95 Value Gift (Limited Time Offer)

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    See Levenhuk Rainbow Microscopes in action

    How are plants and animals made? Why are insects capable of walking on the walls? Is it true what they say in the yogurt ads about live bacteria? Levenhuk Rainbow 50L Azure Microscope will help you find answers to these and many other questions. With this microscope you can take a look at the objects around you under 800x increase! The kit includes everything required to carry out fun experiments with a microscope. The microscope comes in an amazing azure color that will certainly brighten up the everyday routine of any school student!

    High magnification power
    The kit includes three objective lenses, which produce magnifications of 40x, 100x and 400x. 2x Barlow lens also included in the kit makes it possible to widen the magnification range of the instrument even further – Barlow lens increases magnification with each particular objective two times. As a result, you can observe samples with magnification from 40x up to 800x!

    The lenses are made of high-quality optical glass and, additionally, are multicoated. This results in clear and contrast images of observed samples.

    Combined illumination
    The microscope features two built-in LED illuminations. Lower illumination allows for observing transparent samples such as thin slices of plants, aquarium water and many others. Upper illumination is required to observe opaque objects; for example to examine paper, fabrics and coins. It’s convenient to have both illuminations on if you want to observe semi-transparent samples. The smooth brightness adjustment mechanism allows regulating the level of illumination required for observing any given sample.

    Considered design
    The microscope’s body is made of durable plastic; that’s why the microscope in not just sturdy, but also very lightweight. For the observer’s comfort, the head is inclined at 45° and can be rotated 360° around its axis. So if several people work with the microscope in a group, there’s no need to move the microscope – just turn the head in the desired direction. The illumination can be powered by an electrical outlet as well as by batteries, which makes it possible to use the microscope even when an outlet is not available.

    Caution: Please refer to the specifications table for the correct mains voltage and never attempt to plug a 110V device into 220V outlet and vice versa without using a converter. Remember that mains voltage in the U.S. and Canada is 110V and 220-240V in most European countries.

    The kit for experiments with microscope
    Another advantage of this model is the Levenhuk K50 Experiment Kit supplied with the microscope. The kit includes everything needed for your first microscopic observations. With Levenhuk K50, beginning researchers can study prepared slides and make their own samples as well as carry out a number of exciting experiments. To make the process easier and even more fun, the kit includes a detailed user guide with a lot of useful information and helpful recommendations.

    Reliable case included
    The microscope comes in a convenient plastic case, which securely protects the instrument from dust and mechanical damage. The case is comfortable for both storage and transportation of the microscope.

    Features:

    • Biological microscope with 40-800x magnification
    • 2x Barlow lens included
    • Available in five bright colors
    • Sturdy and lightweight plastic body
    • Upper and lower LED illumination systems
    • Experiment kit included
    • Comes with a handy plastic case

    The kit includes:

    • Microscope
    • Objectives: 4x, 10x and 40xs
    • Eyepiece: WF10x
    • 2x Barlow lens
    • Stage with clips
    • Diaphragm disk
    • Condenser
    • Built-in upper and lower LED illuminations
    • AC adapter
    • 2 AA batteries
    • Plastic case
    • Levenhuk K50 Experiment Kit
    • User manual and lifetime warranty

    Levenhuk K50 Experiment Kit includes:

    • "Attractive Microscope. Scrutinizing the Microcosm" User Guide
    • Forceps
    • Hatchery for Artemia (brine shrimp, or sea-monkeys)
    • Microtome
    • Flask with yeast
    • Flask with pitch
    • Flask with sea salt
    • Flask with brine shrimp
    • 5 ready-to-use specimens
    • 5 blank slides
    • Dropper
    • Dust cover

    You can find a review on Levenhuk Rainbow 50L Microscope here at armchairarcade.com.

    Here are examples of what you can see with this microscope.

    Find answers to frequently asked questions about microscopes here.

    Find out how to make your own microscope slides here and here.

    Looking for something to start your observations with? Check Paramecium caudatum

    Some things you can see under a microscope:

    Geranium leaf epidermis under a microscope Cyclops under a microscope Euglena under a microscope Earthworm under a microscope Daphnia under a microscope

    You can find these and many more interesting microscope slides to observe in the Levenhuk Prepared Slides Sets.

    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L Azure Microscope is compatible with Levenhuk C NG digital cameras (purchased separately). Levenhuk C NG cameras are installed in the eyepiece tube instead of an eyepiece.



    Levenhuk Rainbow Microscopes Comparison Table
      Rainbow 2L Rainbow 2L PLUS Rainbow 50L Rainbow 50L PLUS
    Type biological
    Head monocular, inclined 45° monocular, rotatable 360°, inclined 45°
    Body material plastic metal plastic metal
    Magnification, x 40–400 64–640 40–800 64–1280
    Optics material optical glass
    Eyepieces WF10x WF16x WF10x WF16x
    Objectives 4х, 10х, 40х 4х, 10х, 40хs 4х, 10х, 40хs 4х, 10х, 40хs
    Barlow lens no no 2x 2x
    Revolving nosepiece 3 objectives
    Eyepiece tube
    diameter, mm
    23.2
    Stage, mm 90x90, with clips
    Stage moving range,
    using focusing mechanism, mm
    0-15, vertical 0-8, vertical 0-11, vertical 0-11, vertical
    Focus coarse
    Condenser NA 0.65, diaphragm disk (6 apertures)
    Illumination upper and lower LED illumination with adjustable brightness
    Power supply AC adapter or 3 AA batteries AC adapter or 2 AA batteries
    Case no no plastic plastic
    Levenhuk K50 Experiment Kit* yes
    * Please note that Levenhuk K50 Experiment Kit is supplied without individual packaging.

    Head

    monocular, rotatable 360°, inclined 45°

    Optics material

    optical glass

    Magnification, x

    40–800

    Eyepiece tube diameter, mm

    23.2

    Eyepieces

    WF10x

    Objectives

    4х, 10х, 40хs (spring)

    Revolving nosepiece

    3 objectives

    Stage, mm

    90x90, with clips

    Stage moving range, using focusing mechanism, mm

    0–11, vertical

    Condenser

    NA 0.65

    Diaphragm

    diaphragm disk (6 apertures)

    Focus

    coarse

    Body material

    plastic

    Illumination

    LED

    Brightness adjustment

    yes

    Power supply

    110 V/50 Hz or 2 AA batteries

    Light source type

    LED 3-3.2V (upper and lower illumination)

    Usage

    General use product.
    May be used by kids
    over 3 years old.

    Application

    Kid’s Education, Hobby, School Research

    Levenhuk Review:

    You can find comparative video review of Levenhuk Rainbow and LabZZ M101 microscopes here.

    You can find Levenhuk Rainbow 50L Microscopes video review here.

    You can find a review on Levenhuk Rainbow 50L Microscope here at armchairarcade.com.

    Here are examples of what you can see with this microscope.

    Find answers to frequently asked questions about microscopes here.

    Find out how to make your own microscope slides here and here.

    Looking for something to start your observations with? Check Paramecium caudatum

    There are no recent reviews available for this product.

    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L Microscope - Total: 37 Negative 0 Positive 37


    Glen Hoffman (2017-06-20 10:17): Positive
    Where can I find Paramecium caudatum? Or how can I breed them? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Paramecium caudatum usually lives in freshwater contaminated reservoirs. You can simply get some water from a puddle, tint it and use that water for observations.

    Vernon Burke (2017-06-20 09:28): Positive
    Can I see at least motionless spermatozoa in this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, you can see Spermatozoa using Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope.

    Sam Lynch (2017-06-19 04:06): Positive
    Can I observe spores of bread for example? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    You can observe mold spores using Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope.

    Lewis Riley (2017-06-17 02:08): Positive
    I put a drop of water on the slide, then covered it with a cover slip, but couldn't see anything. Why is that? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    You will need to tint the water in order to see the microorganisms in it.

    Warren Mathews (2017-06-16 08:50): Positive
    It turns out, I cannot see even small motionless lamblia? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    We can't advise how you will see Giardia using Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope, because we do not have this particular sample in our product range.

    Bill Hanson (2017-06-14 09:46): Positive
    Do I only need a slide with central indentation to make a "hanging drop"? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, you will need a glass slide with a central indentation and a cover slip.

    Leroy Dunn (2017-06-14 08:50): Positive
    Can I see the division of the Paramecium caudatum in this microscope? Do I necessarily need a slide with the central indentation? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope will be perfect for observing the protozoa. You can use a simple sample slide.

    Randall Fox (2017-06-14 08:32): Positive
    I am 12 and I have had a fancy for microscopy since 6. Which microscope should I choose? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope will be perfect for the whole time that you’re in school.

    Eddie Daniels (2017-06-13 10:28): Positive
    What can I see in this microscope? Can I attach a display to this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Using Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope you can see protozoa, bugs, spiders, some blood cells, slides with ready-made samples, thin fruit and leaf cuts, etc. We do not have a microscope display in our product range. You can take a look at a Levenhuk D70L monocular microscope: https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-d70l/. It has a display, but you can also use an eyepiece.

    Chad Moreno (2017-06-13 09:42): Positive
    What is the "hanging drop" method used for? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    A hanging drop is a microscopy method invented by Koch in order to observe living microbes, their activity, reproduction, germination of spores, reaction to chemical stimuli, immune sera (agglutination, lysis), etc.

    Jeff Mills (2017-06-13 09:27): Positive
    In the "Interesting microscope: studying the micro world" book it is said that I need a slide with the central indentation in order to study microorganisms. Levenhuk Customer Service:
    It is easier to do the research using a slide glass with central indentation. But you can use simple ones as well.

    Travis Stone (2017-06-13 09:00): Positive
    I have an "Invisible world" book, but I couldn't find any information about it there. Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Euglena green is in the Protozoa class. You can observe it using a simple slide.

    Vincent Hunt (2017-06-13 05:53): Positive
    Do I need to prepare a "hanging drop" method in order to observe the microorganisms such as Euglena the Green? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    You can find out about micro-world research in the "Invisible world" book of knowledge.

    Chris Dixon (2017-06-13 11:54): Positive
    When will you have slides with the central indentation in stock? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Our product range includes slides without central indentation only. The Velvi №2 micro-preparations set has a glass slide with central indentation for making "a hanging drop" sample.

    Peter Porter (2017-06-10 04:23): Positive
    Can I see the botulism through this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    The Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS microscope is not suitable for botulism research. We suggest taking a look at Levenhuk 320 microscope: https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-320/

    John Perry (2017-06-09 03:40): Positive
    Can I see at least motionless streptococcus using this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS isn't suitable for such research. You will need a laboratory-type microscope, such as Levenhuk 320 monocular: https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-320/

    Carl Jordan (2017-06-09 02:08): Positive
    Can I see Salmonella in this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    You can see Salmonella using Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS microscope.

    Matthew Hamilton (2017-06-09 02:00): Positive
    Can I observe blood cells and milk-acid bacteria in this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    To conduct such research you will need a laboratory-type microscope, such as Levenhuk 320 monocular: https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-320/

    Kevin Simmons (2017-06-07 04:06): Positive
    Can I buy a separate immersion lens for this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    It isn't possible to fit an immersion lens onto the Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS microscope.

    Donald Morgan (2017-06-04 08:03): Positive
    Do I necessarily need to make a "hanging drop" in order to see microorganisms in the water? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    You don't need to use the "hanging drop" method to observe microorganisms in the Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS microscope. You can simply add some water to the slide.

    Susan Price (2017-06-01 06:14): Positive
    Excuse me, I meant: do I need to pour the water from the river into the glass and then add few drops of the tint? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, this is right.

    Lisa Adams (2017-06-01 04:28): Positive
    You will need to pour the water into the glass and add a few drops of the tint in order to see the Paramecium caudatum Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Thank you so much for your Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope review.

    Edgar Powell (2017-06-01 09:54): Positive
    Do I need to tint the water in order to see the living creatures in a drop of water? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, you need to tint the water.

    Kurt Tacker (2017-05-28 12:49): Positive
    Hello. 1. Can I study blood samples using this microscope? (to what extent?) 2. Do I need to order your products online or I can buy them in a store? 3. Can I see the structure of different objects in the microscope? (cloth, food, etc.) Levenhuk Customer Service:
    You can see the blood on the initial level (without movements) and its structure using Levenhuk Rainbow 50L Moonstone microscope. You can buy all the products presented in our online store in the physical stores as well. No need for pre-order.

    Teresa Way (2017-05-22 12:27): Positive
    My son is 11 y.o. He had been saving up for this microscope and yesterday his dream finally came true! He's been observing samples and making experiments all evening, even found some parasites in the fish food =( The microscope is awesome! Big thanks to the manufacturer. We hope it will help us to gain new knowledge for a long time. Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Thank you so much for your Levenhuk Rainbow 50L microscope review.

    Richard Winston (2017-01-27 07:44): Positive
    will I see bacteria with this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    For observations of bacteria, consider Levenhuk 320 Biological Microscope - https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-320/. The magnification of the Levenhuk Rainbow 50L Moonstone microscope is not enough.

    Benjamin Gross (2017-01-26 09:17): Positive
    Does it make sense to buy a 20x lens to this microscope? Will the image quality be preserved? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    It is not recommended to purchase a 20x eyepiece to the Levenhuk Rainbow 50L microscope. The image quality will deteriorate.

    Javier Wiggins (2016-12-22 04:47): Positive
    Can I turn on both bulbs at once? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, Levenhuk Rainbow 50L Moonstone Microscope allows you to use both lower and upper illuminators together.

    Arnold Hebert (2016-12-17 01:14): Positive
    Hello! Do you have a 60x lens for this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Unfortunately, we don't have a 60x lens for Levenhuk Rainbow 50L Microscope in our product range.

    Ted Olson (2016-12-10 07:21): Positive
    Hello, does this microscope allow observations of living organisms? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, Levenhuk Rainbow 50L Lime Microscope allows observations of living organisms.

    Leta Hood (2016-12-07 11:32): Positive
    Got the package... everything's great! But could you tell me how to install an eyepiece and Barlow lens correctly? The thing is that they slide down if you don't hold them. Should it be so? Can they be fixed in place somehow? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, it should be so. A Barlow lens used with Levenhuk Rainbow 50L Moonstone Microscope needs to be held.

    Sky Milson (2016-11-29 10:42): Positive
    Are cover slips included? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    The Levenhuk Rainbow 50L Moonstone microscope comes with 5 blank slides, cover slips are not included.

    Jack Thompson (2016-11-28 11:34): Positive
    Hello, is its body really sturdy? Is it monolithic? I mean the head and the body Levenhuk Customer Service:
    The Levenhuk Rainbow 50L Moonstone microscope is made of quality plastic! It's not much different from metal-bodied microscopes. The head is not monolithic as it's rotatable 360 degrees around its axis.

    Gillian Stone (2016-11-25 08:28): Positive
    Hi! Can I equip this device with a digital camera? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, the Levenhuk Rainbow 50L Moonstone is compatible with Levenhuk C NG digital cameras that can be found here - https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/accessories/microscope-cameras/

    Christine Jones (2016-11-21 10:16): Positive
    Can I see bacteria? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L Moonstone Microscope is not suitable for observing bacteria. For such studies lab microscope is required, for example, Levenhuk 320 Microscope - https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-320/

    Felipe Brady (2016-06-29 10:25): Positive
    Hello! It is possible to see dust mites, a drop of blood, and organisms in liquids? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, Levenhuk Rainbow 50L model allows you to examine dust mites, a drop of blood, and organisms in liquids.

    Paul Carson (2016-05-17 03:27): Positive
    Hello! What additional accessories should I buy to this model? Actually I'm choosing between this microscope and Levenhuk 320... The only thing that makes me hesitate is the absence of upper illumination in 320 model - that means I won't be able to observe opaque objects, right? Or a simple table lamp will do the job? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk 320 Biological Microscope will give you a much better image. But yes, it doesn't allow for observing opaque samples. Both microscopes can be equipped with a digital camera (https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/digital-cameras/for-microscopes/) and an eyepiece (https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/accessories/eyepieces-for-microscopes/).
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