Direct ophthalmoscopes are an invaluable set of diagnostic instruments allowing an optometrist or general practitioner to gain a view of the funds of the eye with moderate to high magnification. At the same time this can be performed with the patient sitting upright without the need to dilate pupils to perform the examination.
Our range of easy to use direct ophthalmoscopes are designed to give the user seamless control over the lens wheel for perfect focus of the instrument.
Whilst the ergonomic design allows for the user to toggle between the positive diopter values (marked in black) to correct the focal length for short-sightedness and negative diopter values (marked in red) to correct the focal length for longsighted eyes. The light intensity is easily adjustable via the rheostat.
Whether you are anoptometrist, ophthalmologist oroptometry student, the best way to carry and store your direct ophthalmoscope is in a diagnostic set.
They are most critical instruments in anoptometrist's tool chest to perform direct ophthalmoscopy of the back of the eye called the fundus that consists of the retina, optic disc and blood vessels.
Our range of diagnostic sets help optometrists perform fast and accurate examinations to diagnose a range of binocular conditions. Advances in instrument technology, long-lasting power sources, and new advances in lighting technology that include LED options for the Keeler Retinoscope allow quick and seamless examinations on the go. We offer customisable options to suit your specific needs.
For ophthalmic professionals we offer our best seller, The Keeler Specialist Direct Ophthalmoscope and Retinoscope Set as well as the Keeler Professional Direct Ophthalmoscope and Retinoscope Set.