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Used and Ex Demonstration Equipment | Bargains
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Price: £50.00 / €56.00 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Only used by ourselves briefly for customer demonstration In excellent condition, this is one of our most popular student stereomicroscopes. Eyepieces x10 wide field with a x2 objective pair gives an overall magnification of x20. Pole coarse focus with a rack and pinion fine focus. Stage clips with a reversible black/white dissection plate. 45-degree angled head.
Price: £79.17 / €88.67 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Vickers were one of the last to make microscopes in the UK and had a reputation for build quality and durability. This unit must date from about 1970 or so and of course shows the signs of its age but it still works well and is in our 'Bargains' section because that is what it is. There is a drum change magnification option of x10 and x30 and there is an inbuilt lighting unit that can have its angle adjusted. The long arm has a 300mm reach.
Price: £82.50 / €92.40 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
One of our best bargains. This is a Motic biological entry level microscope with many features normally associated with much more expensive models and in good condition. Separate coarse and fine focus controls. Square stage with slide clips. Achromatic objectives x4, x10 and x40 with x10 wide field eyepiece. 240v tungsten lighting. Substage Abbe condenser with iris diaphragm.
Price: £95.83 / €107.33 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Originally sold by our sister company - Apex Microscopes, this has been used for customer demonstrations only and is in pristine condition and fully guaranteed. The x20 stereo head has a flexible arm and focus is achieved by bending the arm to give the best working distance. The base gives stability to the unit.
Price: £64.00 / €71.68 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
The ideal microscope for the office, workshop or home use. This unit can be used handheld or supported by one of three possible stands. The Desk Top Microscope is a digital system that provides an image directly to a laptop or PC for viewing. This microscope has a magnification range of x10 to x200 and has in built LED illumination with brightness control. These microscopes are professional standard,quality units and should not be confused with the numerous cheap and cheerful fun toys that are available on some of the larger shopping websites. The corded 1.3M unit connects by a USB lead to a USB2 on the laptop or PC and has a polarising filter built in that reduces the glare from reflective surfaces. The unit takes still images and video clips with the ability to make measurements on the captured images. Used only by ourselves for customer demonstrations.
The Zoomview is a handheld microscope that can magnify up to x200 and display an image on any television through the AV port. Simply tune the television to the correct AV channel and the image appears automatically. The Zoomview is cordless and will work up to 30 feet away from its docking centre allowing the unit to obtain images from all sorts of difficult to reach places. The docking station simply attaches to the television via its AV lead and the Zoomview communicates with the docking station by wireless.The built in LED lights have a brightness control and produce really clear coloured images. There is a choice of four communication channels between the Zoomview and the docking station. The unit is powered by internal rechargeable batteries that will last for several hours between each charge. As well as being a handheld microscope, the Zoomview will also focus into the distance like a normal CC TV camera. In the box is the Handheld Zoomview Microscope, the docking station, transformer plug with recharging lead and the leads to connect the docking station to the television. For TV and projectors, but would need a TV video encoder to work with a computer. Used only by ourselves for customer demonstrations.
Price: £245.83 / €275.33 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Meiji are one of the Japanese microscope suppliers that still manufacture their microscopes in Japan! The ML2000 was introduced as a laboratory specification instrument and was particularly successful. This microscope has two factors which means that it is available at an exceptional price. The microscope has had its stage replaced at some point but it still has coaxial drop down controls and a double vernier scale. The base of the microscope has paint chips along the edges (which can be seen on the extended image). Original Meiji quality objectives x2.5 (0.08), semiflat x10 (0.25), semiflat x40 (0.65), x100 oil immersion (1.25). DIN standard. X10 wide field eyepieces. Rheostat controlled halogen illumination. A true bargain
Price: £175.00 / €196.00 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
This is actually a new microscope that has suffered an area of paint damage beneath the monocular head on route from the factory. This is quite a small area and is not visible unless the head is removed but nevertheless does not pass out stringent QC tests. Fully guaranteed. Objectives x4, x10, x40 and x100 (oil) with a x10 wide field eyepiece gives a magnification range of x40 to x1000. Mechanical stage with drop down controls and full substage condenser. Coaxial coarse and fine focus and 6v 20 watt halogen illumination system. Grey carrying case.
Price: £312.50 / €350.00 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Microzoom instruments that connect directly to computer are increasingly common these days. However this unit is somewhat different from the rest. This particular microscope is an assessment unit that we have used ourselves. The microscope zooms continuously from x10 to x60 with a working distance of 30mm. What is novel and unusual is that the image stays in focus throughout the zoom. When connected to a computer via USB the microscope has an inbuilt lighting system with rheostat brightness control. A good solid stand supports the optical system. Full software included. Highly recommended.
Price: £333.33 / €373.33 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Used only be ourselves for assessment purposes. This is a new non digital version of our own digital microscope SP55D. Quadruple objective turret with x4, x10, x40 and x100 achromatic objectives giving an overall magnification range of x40 to x1000. Full mechanical stage with drop down controls and double vernier scales. Focusing substage condenser. Coaxial coarse and fine focus controls. 6v 20watt halogen illumination. Fully guaranteed.
Price: £55.00 / €61.60 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Used only by ourselves for customer demonstrations this is one of our Wedmore series that is ideal for the young scientist or beginner. Objectives x4, x10 and x40 with a wide field x10 eyepiece giving a magnification range of x40 to x400. Mirror illumination with a fixed stage condenser with iris diaphragm. Separate coarse and fine focus controls with a safety stop. Condition very good.
Price: £145.83 / €163.33 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Used only by ourselves for customer demonstrations, this is our popular BM1 stereo with an upright stereohead. Objectives x1 and x2 and x3.5 giving magnification options of x10, x20 and x35. Condition as new. The flexible light guide delivers bright, heat free LED illumination that can be angled to provide the optimum view.
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