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Used and Ex Demonstration Equipment | Stereomicroscopes
Price: £145.83 (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.
Price: £395.00 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Originally supplied by ourselves and in excellent condition, this is one of our IMXZ trinocular zoom stereos, with a zoom range of x10 to x40 with the x10 wide field eyepieces. The trinocular head has an adapter including photoeyepiece suitable for a digital SLR camera back. It would only require the necessary T2 ring to suit the make of camera and we would include this at no extra cost. Of course, this SLR adapter can be easily removed should an alternative camera system be preferred. The stereo head is on a plain stand which has a mechanical stage with X/Y controls to allow specimens to be accurately positioned or moved. Coarse focus is by movement on the pole stand with fine focus from the rack and pinion focus block. Illumination is provided by a ring light attached to the stereo head. This has an inner and outer ring of LED's and the control box can select either or both of these with brightness control possible with the selection. Very good value.
Price: £185.00 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
This is a Gemscope based on the Apex Explorer stereomicroscope and is unused. Finished in black enamel to minimise reflections and with both incident and reflected halogen lighting which is brightness controlled. Magnification options are x20 and x40 that are selected by rotating the stereo head. Complete with a gem clamp and dark ground attachment. Rack and pinion focusing.
Price: £412.50 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
This S6E zoom stereomicroscope from Leica is a research-grade microscope, commonly used in the life sciences, quality control, industrial, and material sciences industries. The Leica S6E stereo has a 6.3x to 40x zoom range. Our reconditioned Leica S6E microscope is ideal for viewing flat specimens in industrial, medical, and specialty applications. The optics of the Leica S6E Zoom Stereo Microscope provide crisp, clear images with simultaneous balanced stereo viewing. The S6E microscope has a large working distance and the 38° viewing angle gives users the ability to inspect samples easily while providing comfort and ease of use.The Leica S6E stereo microscope produces high-quality images with accurate colours and sharp contrast. This unit has a plain that could be augmented by any of our lighting systems. The condition is very good although there are a few small chips to the paint on the microscope head but this in no way detracts from its performance.
Price: £198.33 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Used only by ourselves this is effectively a new microscope with a full guarantee. The DT10 is a click stop stereomicroscope that can alternate between x10 and x20 magnification with the wide field x10 eyepieces. The plain stand has rack and pinion focusing throughout its length and has a central reversible black/white stage plate and stage clips. Condition pristine
Price: £312.50 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
This is one of the more iconic stereomicroscopes from Zeiss Jena. The stereo head has a series of click stop magnifications, x6.3, x10, x16, x25 and x40 and the eyepieces are the excellent Zeiss Jena x10 wide field with the integral solid eyecup extensions. The stand allows pole extension with rack and pinion for fine focus. The plain stage has a central white dissection plate with stage clips. We have added an LED ring light to make this unit an excellent opportunity. Condition - good recommended.
Price: £183.33 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Watson were one of the last prestigious UK microscope manufactures to survive before the Japanese revolution forced UK manufacture out of the market. If you like solid 'heavy' UK build quality then this in a microscope for you. It has a turret mounted series of objectives x1.25, x3.5 and x4 which with the x10 eyepieces give the magnification options of x12.5 to x40. This microscope does not have built-in lighting which is easy to provide externally. The impressive part of this microscope is the stand which has a pole coarse focus and a rack and pinion fine focus. A fine microscope
Price: £754.17 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
This is a modern Leica zoom stereomicroscope on a substantial long arm system. It is all original and in good condition throughout. x10 super wide field eyepieces with independent focus control. The magnification zoom range is from x6.3 to x40 via two side arm controls. The head is binocular and in good condition. The stand is substantial in size but not overly heavy because the central pole is hollow. The interlocking of the two parallel arms is excellent and gives the unit great stability.
Price: £579.17 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Wild stereomicroscopes are known internationally for their Swiss made quality and precision in both mechanics and optical quality. The M5 was made from 1959 until 1989 when Wild merged with Leitz and the brand name Leica emerged. This example is the M5A and dates from the much later part of that period as can be seen from the livery finish. Like almost all of the Wild stereomicroscopes it is not a zoom but features four discrete magnifications of x6, x12, x25 and x50 with each magnification being double the power of the previous. This means that when the knurled magnification changer is rotated then separate pairs of objective lenses are rotated into the optical path and no matter how good a zoom mechanism is the Wild M5A structure does produce some excellent quality images. The left and right optical paths had a greater separation than other scopes which Wild claimed would produce an enhanced stereo effect. Whether or not this is true takes nothing from the fact that Wild stereomicroscopes set the standard for others to follow. The stand is a simple pole stand without illumination. Not many of these in good working order are about these days.
Price: £541.67 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Originally supplied by ourselves this stereomicroscope is in pristine condition and is one of our best quality instruments that we have supplied over the years. This unit is no more than 2 years old for sad reasons that link to its previous owner. It is a binocular version with a continuous zoom magnification range of x6 to x50. What is notable about this unit is that it is equipped with a plan x1 objective that provides an excellent image. The BSR is a main objective stereo so that the full effect of this is evident in the final image. The stand is a dual LED light system with both incident and transmitted lighting both with rheostat brightness control that can be used together or independently. Condition as new.
Price: £495.83 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
Used only by ourselves for customer demonstrations, this is effectively a new microscope and is fully guaranteed. This version of the BSR is a click stop magnification variation rather than the objectives lens being stretched for the continuous zoom effect. This does provide better resolution. The magnification options are x5.5, x10, x17.5, x30 and x55. The main objective lens is a plan x1. Eyepieces x10 wide field. An excellent optical performance. The stand has incident and transmitted lighting. The incident is rheostat-controlled halogen and the transmitted is an on/off strip light that gives a good even field illumination.
Price: £695.83 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
This is a new stereomicroscope that is complete with its Leica dust cover. Quick start guide and Leica badged cleaning brush and is unused. As well as having the expected excellent Leica optical performance, and the continuous zoom magnification runs from x13 to x56. The EZ4 has an ingenuous 7-way flexible and adjustable LED illumination system with transmitted, incident, and oblique lighting that allows for high contrast viewing of any type of sample. The lights can be switched independently or combined, and can be controlled via the membrane switch towards the back of the base. The EZ4 contains a Greenough optical system and because of the parfocality of the optical system, the image remains in focus from the lowest magnification to the highest. The membrane switch and glass stage plate are sealed into the surface to prevent the accidental entry of liquids that could damage the transmitted-light illuminator. The eyepieces are sealed in place to prevent loss or damage and provide optimal viewing conditions, whether you wear spectacles or not. The 60° viewing angle is equally ergonomic for all heights and the eyepiece tubes adjust simultaneously from 50 to 75 mm to provide the correct personal interpupillary distance for all users. An exceptional price for a new quality stereomicroscope.
Price: £458.33 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
The Meiji RZ stereomicroscope is a top end, quality instrument, and this is part number RZTLED with a list price of £990 + vat. This unit is new and unused and complete with its original packaging. It provides an LED transmitted light source with brightness control, a central dissection area and specimen clips. Massive saving.
Price: £250.00 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
The Meiji RZ stereomicroscope is a top end, quality instrument, and this is part number MA748 with a list price of £675 + vat. This unit is new and unused, but does not have eyepieces. Massive saving.
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