Levenhuk Rainbow series
Levenhuk Rainbow – original colorful microscopes with quality optics and an experiment kit supplied with each model. Thanks to the experiment kit, first steps in discovering the microworld will be frustration-free and exciting. These microscopes with all their features can not only be used by children of middle- and high-school age, but also by university students and adults interested in studying biology and the microcosm.
Levenhuk Rainbow series includes four models with magnifications up to 400x, 640x, 800x, and 1280x. Levenhuk Rainbow comes in several different colors – choosing your perfect microscope has never been easier.
Among microscopes in the ‘Moonstone’ color design you can find two digital models: D2L and D50L PLUS. These digital microscopes allow for making amazing images and recording video clips about the life of microorganisms. The original design of the series is supported by stylish brand packaging.
10 advantages of the new Levenhuk Rainbow series
Excellent optics, modern design, robust body. Experiment kit included. Magnification: 64–1280x.
Sturdy and easy-to-use educational microscope with experiment kit. Magnification: 40-400x.
High quality and reliable microscope for school and university students. Experiment kit included. Magnification: 64–640x.
Reliable educational microscope. The kit includes everything needed for first biological experiments. Magnification: 40-800x.
Modern technologies, wide possibilities, user-friendly design. Digital camera and experiment kit included. Magnification: 64–1280x.
Modern microscope for beginning microcosm explorers. Digital camera and experiment kit included. Magnification: 40-400x.
Two microscopes in one. Advanced NG configuration. Color: amethyst.
Two built-in LED illuminations allow observing non-transparent objects in transmitted and reflected light.
Reliable performance: body and elements are all-metal (silumin), not plast...More
Remote controlled. Magnification: 7–200 (digital), 7–50 (optical)
Remote controlled. Magnification: 10–200 (digital), 10–50 (optical)