Looky 10

The Looky 10 is the latest addition to the much loved Looky Family of portable handheld magnifiers. Incorporating a superb 10.1” display, the Looky 10 produces crystal clear Full HD (1080p) images. The Looky 10 is the ideal 2 in 1 Magnifier as it bridges the gap between the smaller screen portable devices and the larger fixed Screen desktop systems in one portable package.

The Looky 10 is packed with useful features including:
-Fold out Integrated Stand creating the optimum reading angle for the user
-Live Panning which allows the user to explore live text and images without moving the device
-Excellent Distance view feature which will allow the user to view train timetables etc.
-Mirror/Self View feature which will enable the user to do your hair or make-up

Main Specifications

  • 10.1” IPS Display
  • 12 MP Autofocus Camera System. 1080p Full HD Image Resolution for reading and viewing
  • Magnification from 2.2x-16x
  • Photo Mode and 18 High Contrast Modes
  • Close View, Distance and Mirror view
  • Live Panning-explore live, zoomed images without moving the device
  • Connects to a TV for large screen viewing
  • Tactile, high-contrast controls for ease of use
  • Fold out integrated stand
  • Battery Life: 3 Hours continuous. 5 Hours charging time
  • Freeze Function with pan and zoom
  • Snapshot: 18 images

Frequently asked questions

An electronic magnifier is a magnifying aid that consists of a monitor and a camera above a table. An electronic magnifier is sometimes referred to as a ‘TV magnifier’ or ‘CCTV’ (Closed Circuit Television).

You place the object you wish to view (such as printed or handwritten text or a photo, etc.) on the table. The magnified object is then displayed on the monitor, with more contrast if you so require.

Electronic magnifiers have a range of functionality. All have a number of high-contrast modes that are ideal for reading text. These high-contrast modes increase the contrast to make the letters more legible. A range of contrasting text and/or background colours are also available. In addition to offering increased contrast, electronic magnifiers also have photo modes for the display of photos and other image material in bright colours. Electronic magnifiers with a text-to-speech function are also available.

When you see 30% or less you could get a reimbursement from the health insurance.

Visus is the medical term for eyesight; it is mostly expressed as a decimal number. (Visus smaller = 0.3)

First of all, people with low vision for whom glasses or a handheld magnifier is no longer sufficient. Our electronic magnifiers are used by people with disorders such as macular degeneration, retinitis pigmentosa, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and cataracts.

At home, work, school and elsewhere.

The costs of electronic magnifiers are reimbursed by all healthcare insurers. The electronic magnifier must be prescribed by a specialist recognized by the healthcare insurer to qualify for reimbursement, such as the ophthalmologist or other physician who is treating you.

Your GP will usually refer you to an ophthalmologist or other specialist. You can contact us for an address in your neighborhood.

If there is a medical indication, your ophthalmologist or specialist in ophthalmology will provide you with an Aids Ordinance 8 A

(8 A = regulation for magnifying visual aids).

What is an electronic magnifier?

An electronic magnifier is a magnifying aid that consists of a monitor and a camera above a table. An electronic magnifier is sometimes referred to as a ‘TV magnifier’ or ‘CCTV’ (Closed Circuit Television).

How does an electronic magnifier work?

You place the object you wish to view (such as printed or handwritten text or a photo, etc.) on the table. The magnified object is then displayed on the monitor, with more contrast if you so require.

Electronic magnifiers have a range of functionality. All have a number of high-contrast modes that are ideal for reading text. These high-contrast modes increase the contrast to make the letters more legible. A range of contrasting text and/or background colours are also available. In addition to offering increased contrast, electronic magnifiers also have photo modes for the display of photos and other image material in bright colours. Electronic magnifiers with a text-to-speech function are also available.

When do I qualify for an electronic magnifier?

When you see 30% or less you could get a reimbursement from the health insurance.

Visus is the medical term for eyesight; it is mostly expressed as a decimal number. (Visus smaller = 0.3)

Who use electronic magnifiers?

First of all, people with low vision for whom glasses or a handheld magnifier is no longer sufficient. Our electronic magnifiers are used by people with disorders such as macular degeneration, retinitis pigmentosa, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and cataracts.

Where can electronic magnifiers be used?

At home, work, school and elsewhere.

Are the costs of an electronic magnifier reimbursed?

The costs of electronic magnifiers are reimbursed by all healthcare insurers. The electronic magnifier must be prescribed by a specialist recognized by the healthcare insurer to qualify for reimbursement, such as the ophthalmologist or other physician who is treating you.

How can I contact a specialist who can prescribe this for me?

Your GP will usually refer you to an ophthalmologist or other specialist. You can contact us for an address in your neighborhood.

Which conditions must be met by applications for electronic magnifiers?

If there is a medical indication, your ophthalmologist or specialist in ophthalmology will provide you with an Aids Ordinance 8 A

(8 A = regulation for magnifying visual aids).

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