Price $199 plus US shipping



15171 Gulden Farnsworth Lantern Flashlight

The lantern has been used since Dean Farnsworth first described it in 1946 for the testing the color signal discrimination ability of color anomalous individuals. This test has found longstanding application in the military and the transportation industry to qualify operators of ships vehicles and aircraft that are  known to have failed screening tests such as the Ishihara plates.

Price: $159 plus US shipping



15126 Gulden Farnsworth Dichotomous D-15 Test (Saturated)

  Munsell color chips come in a plastic tube.  A pouch is included to protect the colors from fading.  Test can be inverted for easy grading.  The kit includes  a score sheet, a pair of cotton gloves, and a pair of "C" daylight glasses.

Price: $399 plus US shipping



18002- D-Eye iPhone Ophthalmoscope

Up to 20 degree field of view. Portable (no external power or lighting) Non invasive and ergonomic. Eliminates corneal glare Built-in patient information file Review before and after treatment images. Screen anywhere and share.

Price: $495 plus US shipping




      Brightness Acuity Meter (BAM)


       *Identifies and Quantifies Glare Disability

 *Document the glare disability in your record

       *Open the Option for Early Surgical  Intervention and Quality of Life Improvement 



Price: $3795 plus US shipping



Kowa SL-17 Portable Slit Lamp
The SL-17's lightweight design provides easy and versatile operation with a choice of continuous range of magnification from 10x to 16x. With 3 slit widths of .1mm, .2mm and .8mm with a length of 12mm, you will be ready for nearly every practice challenge.

Price: $995 plus US shipping


VOLK InView iPhone Fundus Camera
The Volk iNview is an innovative new ophthalmic camera device able to capture wide-angle digital color images of the fundus using an Apple iPhone 6s, 6, 5s or 5E.
(Price quoted valid on payment received by March 28th, 2017)