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Bausch & Lomb Orthorater  - 1948

If you are testing with one of these instruments, you probably know that Harry Truman was president when it was manufactured. The  time to update is NOW - after all, this is the 21st century.  Trade in this vision tester today and save of up to $400.00 when you buy a new vision tester......that's probably more money than this vision tester cost in 1948!  Really now, tell your accounting folks that the buck stops here! 

      Titmus OV-7 Vison Tester - 1959

If you are testing with one of these instruments, keep in mind that it is probably 20 years older than your current refrigerator and was designed before color televisions were in use! Trust me, its time to update.  The negative in the color slide is about as orange as this text. But trade in this instrument today, and you'll save up to $400.00 when you buy a new vision tester.  That's a lot of green! But you've got to hurry. Unlike your refrigerator, this trade-in rebate offer won't last forever.

Titmus TII,TIIc, T2a Series 

The above vision tester is a T2a. The TII series instruments look similar except that they are tan.  Manual vision testers do not have the attached keypad; they have a knob on the right side of the vision tester to manually turn the slide drum. These instruments were discontinued in 2006, although some instruments were delivered in 2007.  The T2 series has been replaced by the Titmus iSeries vision testers; i500, i400, and i250

 
Model
    Introduced
 Discontinued
Control
Instrument Serial Numbers

Bauch & Lomb
  1948
Many Yrs Ago
Manual control
No spare parts available

OV-7
  1959
1985
Manual control
No spare parts available
Model TII
  1985
1994
Remote control panel
No factory  parts available. Some used/rebuilt parts available from our warehouse.
Model TIIS
  1986
1994
Manual control
No factory  parts available. Some used/rebuilt parts available from our warehouse.
Model TIIC
  1989
1994
Computer controlled
No factory  parts available. Some used/rebuilt parts available from our warehouse.
Model T2a
  1994
2006
Remote control panel
a-xxxxx, CA-xxxxx
Model T2s
  1994
2006
Manual control
s-xxxxx, CS-xxxxx
 

 

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