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Brunel IMXZ Zoom Binocular

This is a new microscope used only by ourselves for a few customer demonstrations. In pristine condition and fully guaranteed. The stereo head is binocular with a zoom magnification range of x10 to x40 with the x10 wide field eyepieces. The pole stand has LED incident and transmitted lighting each with their separate brightness control. These can be used together or interdependently. The stand itself has coaxial coarse and fine focus controls which is unusual in a stereomicroscope of this price range. Eyecups and black/white dissection plate. Excellent value


Price £337.50 + vat


Vickers Stereomicroscope

Vickers were one of the main microscope suppliers of the last century and this is an excellent example of their well built stereomicroscopes. It is perhaps no coincident that Vickers also made military tanks as there is something ‘tank-like’ about this substantial microscope. Mechanically it will last for ever and optically it has that British made feel. The microscope has three objectives mounted in a turret allowing magnification options of x15, x35 and x50 with the x10 eyepieces. In addition it has a transmitted lighting mirror system. A fine microscope now a collectors piece.


Price £245.83 + vat



Brunel MX2

Used only by ourselves for customer demonstrations this is an excellent example of our very popular MX series stereomicroscopes. The microscope has a x2 objective pair with x10 wide field eyepieces giving an overall magnification of x20. Incident halogen lighting system. Pole stand coarse focus with a rack and pinion fine focus. Interpupillary and dioptric adjustment. Stage clips and a reversible black/white dissection plate.


SOLD



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Watson Stereomicroscope

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 £208.33 + vat                                                  



Brunel DM2 Stereomicroscope

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 £50.00 + vat



Perry Stereomicroscope

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 collectors item although still optically fine.


Price £145.83 + vat



Watson Barnet Stereomicroscope

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.


SOLD


Brunel IMXZ Trinocular Stereomicroscope

This is an excellent example of our own IMXZ stereo with an exceptional specification that has been put together by the previous owner. Condition excellent.. The stereohead has a zoom magnification from x10 to x40 with x10 wide field eyepieces. The stand has a mechanical stage attached which through its coaxial controls allows the stage to be moved in the X andY plane. Illumination is by an attached LED ring light with brightness control. The trinocular tube has a photomicrography adapter with a x2.5 photoeyepiece which gives the equivalent field of view to the x10 eyepieces in the finished photograph. A T2 ring would be supplied to suit any make of digital SLR. Excellent value.


SOLD



Brunel MX4T Stereomicroscope

Used only by ourselves for customer demonstration, this is effectively a new microscope and is fully guaranteed. X10 an x30  magnification options with an inclined eyetube configuration. Pole stand coarse focus with a rack and pinion fine focus. Stage clips and a black/white dissection plate. Tungsten incident lighting system.

 

SOLD



Zeiss Jena Citoval

Zeiss Jenoval is the watch word for value for money. This click stop stereomicroscope represents the best of this. The zoom magnification of 0.63 to 6.3 allows a magnification range of

x10 to x100 with the x16 eyepieces. Plain sand with a rack and pinion focus system. Condition excellent apart from a few small chips of the paint on the eyepieces.


Price 229.17 + vat



Nikon SMZ645 Zoom Stereomicroscope

This unit is in excellent condition. The SMZ dramatically improved the optical performance and handling comfort  while continuing the tradition of Nikon microscopes. The eyepieces have built-in diopter adjusters. The easy to use 6.3 x zoom ratio allows a zoom magnification of x8 to x50 with a working distance of 115mm. The low position focus controls allow for easy operation and the low height base means that manipulations of all types are convenient and without hand shake. A quality microscope at a very good price. Recommended


Price £579.17 + vat


Beck Binomax Stereomicroscope

This is a collectors piece of some importance. Beck was one of the pioneers of British microscope manufacture and this stereomicroscope is a classic and dating from approximately 1950 or so. Serial number 15773 the microscope has two pairs of eyepieces marked high and low power that gives magnification options of approximately x20 and x40. Mahogany side arm support. Mirror transmitted illumination Condition excellent for its age.

  

Price £229.17 + vat





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Brunel DM2 Stereomicroscope

This is an ex demonstration microscope from our own range. This particular microscope has two objective pairs x1 and x2 which with the x10 wide field eyepieces allows an option of x10 and x20 magnification. Upright eyetubes with adjustable interpupillary and dioptric distance. Pole stand coarse focus with rack and pinion fine focus. Stage clips and a reversible black/white dissection plate.


Price £75.00 + vat





Swift 80 Stereomicroscope

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 £145.83 + vat





Heavy Duty Long Arm Stereomicroscope

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 £662.50 + vat