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Explorer Gemscope

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 £185 + vat





Apex Explorer Plus

Only used by ourselves briefly for customer demonstrations (before ‘lockdown’) In excellent condition, this is one of our most popular student stereomicroscopes. Eyepieces x10 wide field with a x1 and x3 objective pairs giving overall magnifications of x10 and x30. Full rack and pinion fine focus. Stage clips with a reversible black/white dissection plate. 45 degree angled head. LED incident and transmitted LED lighting with brightness control.


Price £116.67 + 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



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Brunel DT10 Stereomicroscope

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 £198.33 + vat                                                                                 





Leica MZ6 Long Arm Stereomicroscope

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 £754.17 + vat

Brunel BMXZ Stereomicroscope (3107)

Used only by ourselves for customer demonstrations, this is effectively a new microscope and is fully guaranteed. This a new version of our BMDZ microscope that we have been assessing. In all other respects it is a new microscope. The trinocular stereohead has a magnification range of x7 to x45 with the wide field x10 eyepieces. The stand has inbuilt incident and transmitted LED lighting with brightness control that can be used separately or together. A fine stereomicroscope at an exceptional price.

Price £485.00 + vat

Watson Stereomicroscope (2290a)

In very good condition for its age this is both a perfectly functional microscope as well as becoming something of a collectors piece. Complete with its original case with the Watson motif. It has three objectives mounted on a rotating turret which was the classic Watson design with x2.5, x5 and x10 magnifications. When used with the x10 eyepieces this gives options of x25, x50 and x100. It has a rack and pinion focus system with stage clips and a reversible black/white dissection plate. For those relatively high stereo magnifications it would need some external lighting of some sort. One of the classics and all original.

Price £162.50 + vat

Olympus SZ-111 Stereomicroscope (2291a)

The Olympus SZ series stereos were one of the most popular and well respected of the earlier Olympus range. This unit is all original and is complete with its wooden case and the so useful side arm supports. The ring zoom control gives a magnification range of x7 to x40 with the x10 eyepieces and with the x15 eyepieces x10.5 to x60. The SZ has the classic two part spring loaded column adjustment which allows a height adjustment of the stereohead to suit the type of specimen being studied. This unit has a light unit to the back of the base with a mirror reflection system allowing transmitted illumination. The base has stage clips and a glass dissection area. One of the x10 eyepieces is equipped with a measuring scale. This is in good condition and is all original.

Price £250.00 + vat

Brunel BMZE Trinocular Stereomicroscope (3114)

Having had its polystyrene packaging lost, this factually a new microscope. The BMZE has an extended magnification range of x10 to x65 with the x10 wide field eyepieces. The trinocular tube will take digital microscope cameras as well as SLR and bridge cameras via the appropriate adapters. Bringing the camera into play is as simple as ‘flipping’ a switch on the side of the microscope head. The eyepieces are extra wide field x10 in magnification. The microscope stand has dual LED lighting both can be used independently or together other as required. Each has brightness control. Excellent value.

Price £695.00 + vat

Brunel DT10 Stereomicroscope (2306)

This is an excellent example used only by ourselves for customer demonstrations. The DT10 is a top of the range stereomicroscope for those who do not need the full zoom magnification option. The DT10 has a click stop magnification of x20 or x40 achieved by simply  turning the control lever. This unit has a full rack and pinion focus base stand that has built in incident and transmitted LED illumination with brightness control that can be used independently or together as the specimen needs. Excellent value.

Price £185.00 + vat


Brunel BMSF Trinocular Stereomicroscope (2307)

This is an excellent example used only by ourselves for customer demonstrations. The BMSF is a top of the range trinocular stereomicroscope for those who do not need the full zoom magnification option. The BMSF has a click stop magnification of x10 or x30 achieved by simply turning the control lever. This unit has a pole stand with a rack and pinion further focus control. The base has both incident and transmitted LED lighting options that can be used together or independently. Extremely good value

Price £203.33 + vat


Brunel MX3 Stereomicroscope

Originally supplied by ourselves, this is a very versatile beginners stereomicroscope. The MX3 has x2 objectives with x10 wide field eyepieces giving an overall magnification of x20. However this unit also has x1 and x3 objective pairs that are very simple to replace the standard x2 set. This gives magnification options of x10, x20 and x30. The microscope has inbuilt incident and transmitted lighting and is complete with a wooden carrying case. Condition excellent.


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Brunel BMZE Trinocular Stereomicroscope (3115)

This can best be described as a ‘hybrid’. It consists of the BMZE trinocular microscope body on the SD2 dual LED stand of our BMDZ range of microscopes. Both parts are new and in excellent order, although there is a noticeable difference in colour finish. This is an excellent combination resulting from transport damage to parts of the original two microscopes. The zoom magnification range is x10 to x65 with excellent wide field eyepieces. The pole stand has both incident and transmitted LED lighting with brightness control that can be used either separately or together. A large flat base for a good manipulation area. Excellent value and fully guaranteed.

Price £495.00 + vat


Brunel BMSZ Long Arm Stereomicroscope (3116)

This is a new microscope used only by ourselves for the assessment of an excellent new style long arm system. The trinocular stereomicroscope head is our BMSZ with a zoom magnification range of x7.5 to x45 with excellent wide field eyepieces. The long arm stand has a suitably heavy base for stability with a pole arrangement to allow significant height adjustment. The arm is in three ‘hinged’ elements that can fold back on themselves (as shown) or fully extend to a distance of 700mm and the stereohead can be rotated through 360 degrees if required. Condition as new and fully guaranteed.  

Price £515.00 + vat


Brunel BSR Binocular Stereomicroscope (3117)

This is a combination of two new microscope elements. The stereohead is the binocular BSR model that gives an excellent optical performance. It is the common main objective (CMO) optical configuration with a x1 Plan objective giving a zoom magnification range of x6 to x50 with the super wide field x10 eyepieces. The stand has a sturdy rack and pinion unit throughout the focus system. It has both incident and transmitted LED lighting, each with brightness control which can be used together or separately as needed.  An excellent unit fully guaranteed.

Price £595.00 + vat


Apex Recorder Binocular Stereomicroscope (3118)

Originally supplied by our sister company Apex Microscopes, this is a binocular version of the Recorder. This  zoom stereomicroscope has a continuous  magnification range of x10 to x40 and has extra wide field x10 eyepieces. The focus mechanism is rack and pinion throughout its length which adds significantly to the stability of the microscope. It also has a carrying handle at the top of the stand. The base has a dual LED illumination system with brightness controlled incident and transmitted lighting. Inter ocular and dioptric adjustment is standard on this professional standard stereomicroscope at an exceptional price

Price £195.00 + vat


Brunel BMZ Stereomicroscope (3138)

Originally supplied by ourselves, but back on sale for sad reasons. This is one of our most successful microscopes over the years, because it is good. The trinocular stereohead has a zoom magnification range of x6.5 to x45 with the x10 wide field eyepieces. The trinocular tube has a ‘flip’ lever to bring any camera into the optical path when photographs are required. The pole stand base has incident and transmitted LED lighting, each with individual brightness control. The microscope looks new with the only flaw being a tiny ‘hairline’ crack in the surface of the base. You would need a microscope to see it, but we pride ourselves on being totally honest. In effect it has nothing to do with the durability of the unit and is basically cosmetic Excellent value

Price £345.00 + vat


Brunel BMZE Trinocular Stereomicroscope (3153)

This is a hybrid stereomicroscope bringing together the best parts that we have of the stereo head and LED base. The stereohead is our BMZE trinocular with a continuous zoom magnification of x6.5 to x45 with the extra wide field x10 eyepieces with a ‘flip’ lever to bring the trinocular optical path and the camera (of any type) into play. The stand is our BMSD dual LED pole stand. The coarse focus is achieved by moving the focus block up or down the pole with the rack and pinion built into the focus block gives the fine focus arrangement. This means that the unit can focus on say a postage stamp and also moss growing on the top of a log for example. The transmitted and incident LED lighting has brightness control and can be used together or independently. This is a new microscope produced because the two parts were left available after other amalgamations. The only negative is that the paint shade on the two parts is slightly different. This is extremely good value and fully guaranteed.

Price £515.00 + vat


Brunel BZR Binocular Stereomicroscope (3155)

If you want a quality binocular stereomicroscope and have alternative lighting arrangements, this is the one you were looking for. The optical image quality is excellent. The zoom magnification range goes from x7 to x45 with the x10 extra wide field eyepieces with eyecups. The base is a pole stand with coarse focus achieved by moving the focus block up or down the pole with the fine focus being the rack and pinion built into the focus block. This unit will need independent lighting. However if you just want quality images and have no need for a trinocular head this is for you at an exceptional price.

Price £305.00 + vat


Brunel BMSD Trinocular Stereomicroscope (3157)

This is probably our best selling microscope from all our range of microscopes. It has been used only by ourselves for customer demonstration and is in effect new and fully guaranteed. The trinocular stereo head has a continuous zoom magnification from  x7.5 to x45. The pole stand base has both incident and transmitted LED with brightness control that can be used together or independently . This is a bargain.

Price £425.00 + vat


Brunel BMDZ Trinocular Stereomicroscope (3158)

This is a new microscope and fully guaranteed. We were assessing the microscope base as a coarse and fine focus option and have now paired it with our BMDZ trinocular head. Zoom magnification range of x7.5 to x45 with extra wide field eyepieces with eyecups. The pole stand has both coarse and fine focus on its focus block which itself can be move up or down the pole to accommodate specimens of different height. The stand has both incident and transmitted lighting. The incident unit is halogen with brightness control and the transmitted a fluorescence strip light with on/off switch. Very good value.

Price £465.00 + vat


Brunel BMXZ Binocular Stereomicroscope (3169)

This is a new microscope and fully guaranteed. Excellent value for those on a restricted budget who are looking for the benefit of zoom stereomicroscopy. The binocular head has extra wide field eyepieces with eyecups and a continuous zoom magnification range of x7 to x45. The plain stand without inbuilt illumination is rack and pinion throughout its length with a very stable rectangular base with clips and a dissection plate.

Price £225.00 + vat


Brunel BMSF Trinocular Stereomicroscope (3169)

This is an ex-demonstration microscope in excellent condition. The stereohead is a trinocular BMSF unit with magnification options of x10 and x30. The magnification is changed by rotating the turret of the head and there is a push/pull lever on the side to bring the trinocular camera tube into the optical path. The large pole stand has both incident and transmitted lighting. The Incident is halogen with a brightness control and the transmitted a strip light with on/off control.

Price £180.00 + vat


Brunel BMDZ Trinocular Stereomicroscope (3172)

As you might expect from time to time we have for a number of valid reasons, new microscope heads that need a base. This is a new BMDZ trinocular stereohead with a magnification zoom range of x7.5 to x45 that we have ‘married’ with the LED base that normally has the BMZ head. The only thing that gives this away is the relatively small difference in paint colour between the two. The base has LED incident and transmitted lighting each with a brightness control that can be used together or independently and a pole stand for variable height adjustment. Together the stand and stereohead make an excellent combination at a very good price.

Price £415.00 + vat


Brunel BMXZ Binocular Stereomicroscope (3174)

This microscope has been used by ourselves only for the occasional customer demonstration and is in excellent condition. The binocular stereohead has continuous zoom magnification allowing an overall magnification range of x7 to x45 with the extra wide field x10 eyepieces. Most notable about this microscope is the stand. It has both incident and transmitted LED lighting. However the incident system is a goose neck which allows infinite variation in the angle that the light comes from. That apart, both incident and transmitted lighting are controlled independently with individual brightness control. This microscope is fully guaranteed and in excellent condition.

Price £395.00 + vat


Brunel BMXZ Binocular Stereomicroscope (3175)

This microscope has been used by ourselves only for the occasional customer demonstration and is in excellent condition. The binocular stereohead has continuous zoom magnification allowing an overall magnification range of x7 to x45 and with the wide field x10 eyepieces in addition there is a pair of x20 wide field eyepieces which would give a potential magnification range of x14 to x90. The plain stand has rack and pinion focus mechanism throughout. Condition as new.

Price £258.33 + vat


Brunel BMXZ Binocular Stereomicroscope (3177)

This microscope has been used by ourselves only for the occasional customer demonstration and is in excellent condition. The binocular stereohead has continuous zoom magnification allowing an overall magnification range of x7 to x45 and with the wide field x10 eyepieces in addition there is a pair of x20 wide field eyepieces which would give a potential magnification range of x14 to x90. The pole stand has both incident and transmitted LED lighting that can be used either independently  or together and each with its own brightness control. An exceptional microscope.

Price £350.00 + vat