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Keeler Specialist Ophthalmoscope

The Keeler Specialist Ophthalmoscope has been the choice of the ophthalmic profession for decades.

The Keeler Specialist has recently been redesigned making it without doubt the best engineered ophthalmoscope in the world

The new Keeler Specialist offers precision optics,versatile features and practical ergonomics making it the number one choice for ophthalmic practitioners.

Its new re-engineered optics give 30% more Xenon illumination making it ideal to view through cloudy media and cataracts etc.


  • Quick & Easy dial up with unique Morton Lens Track
  • Slimmer Design & Comfortable Fit
  • 50% Lighter & 30% brighter than previous models
  • Widest Lens range – 44D to -45D

Apertures, graticules and filters:

Wide Angle:
Illuminates the largest area of fundus for the best possible general diagnosis through a dilated pupil.
Permits easier access through an undilated pupil and in peripheral examination. Particularly useful in paediatric examination.

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

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

Red Free with Fixation Cross:
The red free filter is used to examine blood vessels in fine detail. By filtering out the red light, blood vessels are silhouetted black against a dark green background. The Fixation Cross to projects a graticule onto the retina for assessment of the degree and direction of eccentric fixation.

Cobalt Blue:
Used in conjunction with fluorescein dye for the detection and examination of corneal scars and abrasions.

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