Do・Nature STV-120M

A 60 to 120x zoom power handheld microscope with LED light. The micro world is full of wonders to be discovered in the palm of your hand.

Do・Nature STV-120M

Kenko DO・NATURE Portable Microscope is a lightweight handheld microscope, very convenient and can be carried with you everywhere.
With a 60 to 120 x zoom power, you can change the magnifying power according to the object you would like to see.
The built-in LED light makes it easier to see your target object in every situation by lighting it up!
Making use of a dry cell battery, you can carry it every time you need without worrying about charging batteries.

Let’s have a look at the wonders of the micro world!

JAN CODE 4961607 300664

Do・Nature STV-120M
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The micro world is full of wonders to be discovered, but there’s really no need to go far. Just try to place this portable microscope on the palm of your hand and switch on the LED light to see something you’ve never seen before.

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It’s so handy and easy to use you can try it on everything. An orange skin in your kitchen, a leaf in your garden, or for those with a strong stomach, the bacteria swimming in a drop of mud caught in a slide.
Provided with both a zoom ring and a focusing ring, you will be able to focus on the object and further zoom on it for a vivid and enlarged image of the object not visible to the naked eyes. Anything you have seen will never been the same as before.

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Last but not least, it weights only 30gr and stays in the palm of your hand.


Observation Tests

Let’s run some tests on everyday life objects.
You won’t believe your eyes!


This a not very pleasant to see bunch of lines maybe looks like something disgusting but…it’s just a piece of fabric!

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 Did you know that a penny in your pocket looks like this?

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 Undersea world? Nope, a flower petal!

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 It may look like some snake skin, but it’s no more than a very harmless leaf in your garden.

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 Looks like we discovered a far away new planet…but it’s a very close orange skin!

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Packaging Content

Do Nature STV-120M handheld microscope is so lightweight and portable it can be carried with you anytime and everywhere.
It also comes with a pouch so that, once you’ve done with your observations, you can conveniently replace it in your bag or pocket, and quickly bring it out every time a new object catches your curiosity.


How to use

  1. Place the microscope on the object you want to observe.
  2. Switch on the LED light and look through the ocular lens.
  3. Adjust the focus through the focusing ring until the image becomes clear.
  4. By rotating the zoom ring, you can adjust the magnifying power according to your needs.
  5. After finishing your observations, don’t forget to switch off the LED light!


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Magnification 60-120x (Zoom 2x)
Dimensions W37×D26×H88mm
Battery n. 1 AAA type alkaline battery (not included)
Weight 30g (excluding battery weight)
Accessories Pouch

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  • Do not directly look at the LED light. Looking directly at the LED light from a short distance may cause vision problems.
  • Do not directly look at the sun rays through the microscope. It may cause severe vision problems as vision loss.
  • For better results, do not place the microscope on trembling or unstable surfaces.
  • After using it, please switch the LED off and remove the battery.
  • Battery removal:
    a. Slide down the battery cover to remove it.
    b. Remove the AAA type battery
    c. Slide back the battery cover to put it back in place.

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Category: Microscopes

Do・Nature STV-120M

A 60 to 120x zoom power handheld microscope with LED light. The micro world is full of wonders to be discovered in the palm of your hand.