Therapeutic Technologies closeout auctions take place on DOTmed.com. Bid today on 2235 lots of medical equipment. Onsite or virtual inspection available. Appointments can be scheduled by contacting Amy St.Cyr at Amy@TherapeuticTech.net or (609) 781-4521.
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Keratometer, serviced and working... view more
We acquired the system in a state surplus sale. We don’t know the prior usage history. Comes as pictured. No other accessories. 30 days return right for the US buyers. Inventory ID: WHS10C... view more
We offer a Tomey RT 7000 in perfect condition ! TOPO-REF-KERATOMETER Tomey 3 systems in one instrument We ship this item worldwide in original packing. If you have further questions,... view more
A keratometer is a medical device used to measure the curvature of the cornea, the transparent front surface of the eye. It is used to diagnose and monitor various eye conditions, such as astigmatism, myopia, and hyperopia. It is also used to measure the power of contact lenses and intraocular lenses.
Keratometers are typically manufactured by companies that specialize in ophthalmic equipment, such as Topcon, Haag-Streit, and Reichert. The price range for keratometers can vary greatly depending on the manufacturer, features, and accuracy. Basic models can range from around $1,000 to $3,000, while more advanced models can cost upwards of $10,000. Some manufacturers also offer used or refurbished models at a lower cost.