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An unusual but effective combination of a Zeiss Stemi stand and a Brunel BMZ binocular zoom stereomicroscope. The Zeiss base was formally dual LED illuminated but the electronics have failed and it has been converted to a plain stand giving a good large stable dissection base and an excellent rack and pinion focus system. The Brunel BMZ binocular head is unused and offers a zoom magnification range of x6.5 to x45. Excellent value and now a substantial microscope.
CETI Binocular Zoom Stereo
A good example of this substantial zoom stereomicroscope. x10 wide field eyepieces giving a magnification range of x10 to x40. A substantial and stable base with rheostat controlled incident and transmitted illumination that can be operated independently . Focus by rack and pinion mechanism throughout the height of the stand.
A Vickers Stereomicroscope that has been well used but represents exceptional value for money. It has two objectives lenses mounted in a turret, the x1 and x2 options allow an overall magnification choice of either x10 or x20. Incident and transmitted lighting options. No stage clips.
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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.
Prior S2000 Stereomicroscope
This is a Prior classic. ‘They don’t make them like they used to do’ springs to mind. The S2000 has the choice of three magnifications -
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 £56.67 + vat
Zeiss Jena Stereomicroscope
This is a very solidly built Ziess Jena stereomicroscope. All original including the transformer box making it a collectors piece in addition to a quality microscope. The stereohead has a ‘click stop’ series of objective pairs on a drum changer with each pair clicking into place as the control knob is rotated. Objectives x0.63, x1, x1.6, x2.5 and x4. There are two pairs of extra wide field eyepieces -
Optical Instruments Stereomicroscope
This a a geological stereomicroscope probably Japanese made but badged Optical Instrument Services. The transmitted lighting and rotating stage make this ideal for the low power screening of rock sections. The stage rotates freely and has a graduated chapter ring and clamp. The turret has both x1 and x2 objectives giving x10 ans x20 magnification options with the x10 eyepieces. Good condition
Price £145.83 + vat
Brunel MX1 Stereomicroscope
Used only by ourselves for customer demonstration, this is effectively a new microscope and is fully guaranteed. x20 magnification with an inclined eyetube configuration. Pole stand coarse focus with a rack and pinion fine focus. Stage clips and a black/white dissection plate.
Apex Explorer Plus
An ex demonstration stereomicroscope from our sister company Apex Microscopes. A very popular stereo normally sold through Amazon. Turret mounted x2 and x4 objectives with x10 wide field eyepieces giving the magnification options of x20 and x40. Built in LED incident and transmitted illumination with rheostat brightness control. As new and guaranteed .
Brunel MX3 Stereomicroscope
Used only by ourselves for customer demonstration, this is effectively a new microscope and is fully guaranteed. x20 magnification with an inclined eyetube configuration. Pole stand coarse focus with a rack and pinion fine focus. Stage clips and a black/white dissection plate. Incident and transmitted illumination. Accessories available.
This is actually a new microscope obtained as part of a company stock purchase. The microscope has a choice of magnifications either x20 or x40 with two pairs of objectives mounted in the turret. Magnification change is effected by rotating the turret to engage the alternative pair of objectives. The eyetubes have interpupillary and dioptric adjustment with x10 wide field eyepieces. There is a dual lighting system with both incident and transmitted tungsten lighting. New and fully guaranteed.
Price £116.67 + vat