Keeler Fibre Optic Diagnostic Set

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Keeler Fibre Optic Diagnostic Set (2.8v Dry Cell)
Keeler Fibre Optic Diagnostic Set (3.6v Rechargeable)
Product Code W57548
Mfg. Code 1729-P-1024
Ordered and dispatched in 10 days
(€704.07 inc. VAT)
Keeler Fibre Optic Diagnostic Set (2.8v Dry Cell)
Product Code W57547
Mfg. Code 1729-P-1020
In stock for immediate dispatch
(€203.54 inc. VAT)
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Keeler Fibre Optic Diagnostic Set

The Keeler Fibre Optic Diagnostic set comprises an otoscope head, ophthalmoscope head, 2.8v slimline handle supplied complete with replacement bulbs supplied in a convenient carrying and storage box.

The diagnostic set is supplied complete with 5 disposable specula and 5 re-usable specula.


  • Halogen illumination transmitted via optic fibres
  • Homogenous illumination allowing clear and accurate diagnosis
  • Large, slide aside 2.5x magnification lens for clear view of aural structures
  • Positive maywheel lens control allows selection of lens powers from 40D to -25D
  • 6 beams for a full diagnostic capability
  • Blue filter for corneal scratches
  • Red-free filter for enhanced vessel examination
  • Supports pneumatic testing for tympanic mobility

Warranty: 3 years

Wide Angle

Illuminates the largest area of fundus for the best possible general diagnosis through a dilated pupil.


Designed specifically for examination of the macular region of the fundus where a larger beam would create excessive pupillary reaction or patient discomfort.

Red Free

The red free filter is used to examine blood vessels in fine detail.  By filtering out the red light, blood vessels are silhouetted against a dark green ground.


Permits easier access through and undilated pupil and in peripheral examination.  Particularly useful in paediatric examination.


Used primarily to determine retinal elevations and depressions but may also be used to assess anterior chamber depth.

Fixation Cross

Projects a graticule onto the retina for assessment of the degree and direction of eccentric fixation.

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