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Used and Ex Demonstration Equipment | Stereo Microscopes
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Price: £145.83 / €163.33 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Another of the classic British stereos with a very characteristic shape and paint finish. This model has standard 23mm eyetubes with original wide field eyepieces. The characteristic rotating turret has a x1.4 and x4 objective set giving overall magnification options of x14 and x40. The microscope has inbuilt tungsten transmitted lighting (but no incident light unit). This is now probably a collector's item although still optically fine.
A classic Swift stereomicroscope with all the build quality associated with the brand. The Swift 80 has dual incident and transmitted lighting base with a pillar stand. Finished in the characteristic 'brown' livery. The microscope has a rotating turret with x2 and x4 objective pairs and x10 wide field eyepieces giving the magnification options of x20 and x40. Condition very good
Price: £50.00 / €56.00 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
An excellent value stereomicroscope for the beginner. Upright eyetubes for ease of use and with an x2 objective pair with x10 wide field eyepieces giving an overall magnification of x20. Black and white stage plate with stage clips. Condition - as new.
Price: £208.33 / €233.33 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
One of the classic British stereos with a very characteristic shape and paint finish. Turret mounted objectives x1.5, x5 and x10 giving the microscope magnification options of x15, x50 and x100 with the x10 wide field eyepieces. Substage mirror illumination and side arm support arms. The condition is very good.
Price: £258.33 / €289.33 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
One of the classic British stereos with a very characteristic shape and paint finish. Turret mounted objectives x1.5, x5 and x10 giving the microscope magnification options of x15, x50 and x100 with the x10 wide field and x7 eyepieces. Substage mirror illumination and side arm support arms. This particular model has a gliding stage that allows specimens to be moved freely in any direction and is a feature we have not seen in this model before. Complete with its original wooden case. The condition is very good.
Price: £662.50 / €742.00 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
This is a long arm stereo with a magnificent stand system. The stand was originally made for Wild but now has a contemporary stereohead of excellent optical performance. The stand has a double horizontal arm system which provides great rigidity to the system. The stereohad is a binocular zoom stereo with a zoom range of x8 to x80. The eyepieces are super wide field and the objective is plan. This is an excellent system for those with space (it's big! combining stability with excellent optical performance. Highly recommended.
Price: £210.00 / €235.20 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Originally supplied by ourselves a relatively short time ago. This BMSF trinocular has the option of x10 and x30 magnification that is achieved by rotating the stereohead turret. There is a push/pull lever that brings the trinocular tube into optical alignment for photography. X10 wide field eyepieces. The plain stand has a reversible black/white dissection plate. Very good condition.
Price: £250.00 / €280.00 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
This is actually a new microscope and comes with our Brunel guarantee. A good solid microscope. The stand has dual illumination with the incident system being halogen and the transmitted light unit being a fluorescent strip light. Black/white and frosted glass dissection plate. The steelhead has a zoom magnification range of x6.5 to x45 with the wide field x10 eyepieces.
It is difficult to fully describe this microscope because it is a seriously customised Olympus stereomicroscope constructed by an individual with a significant interest in maybe crystals, jewels and polarising material. Heath Robinson in the best sense of the words would have been proud of this inventive approach. The stereohead is an Olympus VT11 with x10 and x20 magnification options and a cleverly modified focus mechanism. Attached to the pole stand is a rotating polarising filter and built into the base is a small array of LED lights at an obtuse angle. Central to this is a swing in/out black disk, a pointer and a further polarising filter. The unit fits neatly into a customised wooden case with lock and key.
Price: £193.33 / €216.53 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
This is a brand new SX10 with an inbuilt 3M digital camera that works perfectly. However, there are two small faint marks seen in the image when there is no specimen present - on a 'busy' specimen they can hardly be seen. We have been unable to find and remove these blemishes and would not advise the purchaser to attempt to dismantle the unit - it is complicated in there. However, the software and USB cables are provided along with IT support if needed all for no charge with the microscope being sold at slightly less than the price of our non digital SX10. Incident and transmitted LED illumination with button brightness control. Magnification options x10, x20 and x40.
Price: £195.00 / €218.40 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Originally supplied by ourselves this is a good example of our BMX4 stereohead on a plain pole stand. The x2/x4 objectives are alternated via either of the two side arm controls. Both x10 and x20 eyepieces are supplied which provides the options of x20, x40 and x80 magnifications. The pole stand has a rack and pinion focus mechanism with a reversible white and black dissection/work area.
Price: £525.00 / €588.00 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Used only by ourselves for customer demonstrations. This is a click stop zoom stereomicroscope with camera side port. The click magnification options are x10, x17.5, x3 and x55. The eyepieces are extra wide field. The plain stand has a pole movement for coarse focus and a rack and pinion fine focus. Condition as new and fully guaranteed
Price: £415.00 / €464.80 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
This is an excellent example of our own BSR zoom stereomicroscope. Recently supplied by ourselves and kept in pristine condition. Zoom magnification range x6 to x60 with extra wide field x10 eyepieces. Interpupillary and dioptric adjustments. The stand is plain without any in built lighting and has rack and pinion focus mechanism throughout its length. Recommended
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