Burton 7500 I Phoropter | EMS

Burton 7500-I Phoropter

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The 7500-I Refractor was the first model to bring illuminated dials into your exam room and is still recognized as the brightest. A marvel of engineering and innovative design, the Burton 7500-I refractor delivers breakthrough precision, unparalleled quality and masterful workmanship. At Burton, we set out not only to bring the ophthalmic industry a truly innovative concept, but to set the industry standard. From product design to quality construction and stringent testing, we devote more resources to research and development than anyone else in the industry. By utilizing information gathered from today’s eye care professionals, Burton engineers have succeeded in developing a truly superior refractor. The integration of new technologies in optical manufacturing with precision-designed components ensures that this new generation of refractor will deliver incomparable performance.

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  • Pre-Owned
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  • The brightest illumination system on the market
  • Smooth operation
  • Tru-Life optics
  • Durable high-quality construction
  • Manufactured under ISO 9002 and UL 2601-1 standards
  • Synchronized Jackson Cross Cylinders

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