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Used and Ex Demonstration Equipment | Budget
Price: £95.83 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
We have a small quantity of these extremely well built Vickers microscopes. All original and therefore also collectors pieces. Large stable illumination base with 6v 15watt lighting. Stage with slide clips and usual substage condenser with iris. Coaxial coarse and fine focus controls. Objectives x5, x10 and x40 with x10 eyepiece. Very good value for a vintage British made microscope.
Price: £137.50 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
A fine example of this classic Watson monocular microscope. This is an all original microscope making it a collectors piece as well as a good optical instrument. Objectives x4. X10 and x40 with x10 eyepiece. Rheostat controlled halogen illumination. Focusing condenser with iris. Stage clips
Price: £104.17 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Without doubt this was one of our most successful microscope for the amateur market. Originally sold by ourselves this is an excellent example in as new condition, From the top the monocular microscope has a x10 eyepiece and with the four position turret with x4, x10, x40 and x100 objectives gives an overall magnification range of x40 to x1000. Full mechanical stage with drop down controls and vernier scales. Separate coarse and fine focus controls. The lighting is via a lamp unit that replaces the normal mirror system. In addition the microscope has a wooden case. An ideal introduction to microscopy.
Price: £165.00 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
The Brunel SP35 is a laboratory standard microscope available for the serious scientist and those that like to use good equipment. The built quality is exceptional for the price. This is a microscope that meets all the standards. Royal Microscopical Society (RMS) screw thread objectives that are achromatic and DIN standard. Used only by ourselves and fully guaranteed.The main features are: LED inbuilt lighting with rheostat controlled brightness x4, x10, x40 and x100 RMS thread standard achromatic objectives x10 eyepieces giving an overall magnification range of x40 to x1000 Full mechanical stage with drop down controls Double vernier scale for slide placement Separate coarse and fine focus controls Abbe condenser with iris diaphragm and focus control Rotatable binocular head x10 wide field eyepieces Interocular eyetube control Dioptric eyetube focusing
Price: £95.00 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
This is an entry level monocular microscope which would be ideal for the young serious scientist who would not be happy with one of the many plastic 'toy' microscopes that usually turn out to be a 'five minute' wonder. A full size instrument with an all metal stand. Separate coarse and fine focus controls. The good size slide stage has slide clips and a condenser lens to focus the lighting from the mirror. Royal Microscopical Society (RMS) screw thread achromatic (corrected for colour aberration) objectives x4, x10 and x40 with a x10 wide field eyepiece. The standard size eyetube means that mobile phones or our Eyecam cameras can be used with this microscope.
Price: £220.83 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Imported from the USA, this is a good quality fibre optic light source with a continuous ring light. The ring light can attach to a stereomicroscope head up to 60mm in diameter via three clamping screws. Fan cooling with brightness control. Condition very good and supplied complete with a voltage adjustment unit (110 to 240v adjustment).
Price: £120.83 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
A good example of the 'co-operation' between Swift and Watson as the British microscopy industry slowly lost out to Japanese made microscopes. Finished in black enamel making it Swift livery rather than Watson, this is a good substantial microscope built in the UK to last - and it has! Square mechanical stage with focusing substage condenser with iris diaphragm and filter carrier. Tungsten illumination with brightness control. Watson achromatic objectives x4, x10, x40 and x100 (oil immersion). Swift x10 wide field eyepiece
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