Keeler Specialist Ophthalmoscope and Spot Retinoscope Set

Specialist Ophthalmoscope

The Best Choice for Ophthalmic Specialists.

A Testament to Decades of Success and Innovation.


Glass lenses produced in the UK highlight our renowned Optical Excellence and provide exceptional clarity.


Pupillometer allows more precise estimates of patient pupil size.


Unique head design that ensures Ophthalmologists can navigate every area of the eye with ease. Facilitated by our Morton Lens Track system for lens control.


Single Dioptre steps in lens power provide precision from +14D to -15D. More lenses and greater versatility than ever before.


An auxiliary wheel allows step changes in lens power +/-10, 15 and 30 Dioptre secondary lenses allow for our widest range of lens power capabilities from +44D to -45D.

Professional Retinoscope

Quality Retinoscope for the Ophthalmic Professional


There are those that love Streak and those that love Spot. The Keeler Professional Combi offers the best of both worlds.


The unique optical design provides the first truly bimodal Retinoscope, with just a quick bulb change. A true streak or spot – no compromises.


The Professional Retinoscope is practical and professional, giving access to a range of advanced features.

2.8V models accept AA Batteries. 3.6V models accept rechargeable 3.6V Lithium Battery, charger sold separately.


  • Specialist ophthalmoscope
  • Professional retinoscope
  • 2 Handles
  • 2 Lithium Ion Batteries (3.6V Set Only)
  • Spare bulbs
  • Protective case
  • Instructions CD
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Specialist Ophthalmoscope

  • Glass lenses produced in the UK provide greater clarity than ever before.
  • Pupillometer for easier pupil size estimations.
  • Morton Lens Track control allows you to select lens powers from +44D to -45D
  • Precision Changes in Dioptre lens power.

  • Step changes from +14D to -15D.

  • Auxiliary wheel for +/-10D, 15D and 30D step changes.

  • Five diagnostic beams for full diagnostic capability
  • Wide Angle – for general examination.

  • Macula – for more detailed views.

  • Intermediate – providing easier access for non-dilated pupils and in peripheral examination. Ideal for paediatrics.

  • Slit – to determine retinal elevations and depressions. Used to access the anterior chamber depth.

  • Fixation Cross when used in combination with the Red Free Filter – projects a graticule onto the retina for assessment of eccentric fixation.

  • Swing over Green, Red Free, Filter when used in combination with the Fixation Cross
  • Blue Filter – to be used in combination with Fluorescein for assessing corneal scratches

Professional Retinoscope

  • Choice of Brow Rests to accommodate glasses wearers.
  • Patented Neutralisation Check:
  • Allowing rapid confirmation of neutralisation by changing the beam from divergent to convergent.

  • Patented Precision Magnetic Control:
  • 360 degree access to a single rotational and convergence control.

  • Two aperture choices:
  • 4mm to optimise brightness of retinal flex.

  • 1.7mm to optimise resolution of retinal flex.