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PRO-Fiberoptic L.E.D. Otoscope with Zippered Leatherette Case

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Brand Name RA Bock Diagnostics
EAN 0892856002235
Part Number LED_FO_OTOSCOPE
UPC 892856002235

This is a Professional Model Fiber-Optic LED otoscope. It is a full size model with large 5x lens... Read full product description




Product Features

  • NEVER REPLACE A BULB AGAIN
  • THE WORLDS FIRST PROFESSIONAL FIBEROPTIC LED OTOSCOPE!
  • Proprietary Full Spectrum White True View LED Light Similar to Sunshine
  • LIFETIME light source.
  • Comes complete with pediatric and adult disposable specula.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 1 x 4.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000VRN9IW
  • Item model number: LED_FO_OTOSCOPE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,487 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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PRO-Fiberoptic L.E.D. Otoscope with Zippered Leatherette Case + 45 Count - 4th Generation Dr Mom and RA Bock 4.50 mm Disposable Otoscope Specula ! + 45 Count - 4th Generation Dr Mom and RA Bock 2.75 mm Disposable Otoscope Specula !
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Product Description

This is a Professional Model Fiber-Optic LED otoscope. It is a full size model with large 5x lens and an LED light source. It is of chrome plated brass construction and uses 2 C cell batteries for its power. Rechargeable C cells also work well in the otoscope. Standard size disposable specula work with the otoscope and attach over the nose cone just like Welch Allyn. The otoscope head attaches to the handle via a luer lock mount and can be removed so the handle can be used with an ophthalmoscope. The LED light uses a fiber-optic pathway to bring light into the ear canal. The light is very bright and illuminates the ear canal very well. The main advantage of an LED light is that it is impervious to shock and trauma unlike a halogen bulb which is incandescent and contains a fragile filament. Halogen bulbs for the high dollar otoscope companies can now run up to $35-$40. 2 other advantages you also have is that batteries will last and last since LED uses so little power. Also the LED light source is guaranteed for life to never go out. If it does a replacement LED module will be sent out to you free of charge. Not having to replace incandescent bulbs will add up to a substantial savings over the life of an otoscope. You can also purchase 2 sets of rechargeable batteries and never be without an otoscope like you could be with a W/A if you have to plug the handle into a wall to let it charge. Try it risk free with free super saver shipping on Amazon. If you don't agree that this is a great value then Amazon will provide you a mailing label to ship it back.

Important Information

Indications
Ear infection Ear wax Ear tubes Hearing loss Ear pain Ringing in the ears

Customer Reviews

The light on this otoscope is very bright and I see the tympanic membrane more clearly than I did with my Welsh Allyn.
Randolph Clinic PC
This Otoscope has a very bright white light (which is better than the yellow light, it is very easy to hold and use, this otoscope has a nice weight to it as well.
liy
If you need extra disposable specula, the support crew at Med School Supply go above and beyond in their customer service!
Lou Ann Cettina

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

89 of 91 people found the following review helpful By John Schmitz on December 25, 2007
I am so impressed with this otoscope. I have been using Welch Allyn otoscopes my entire career as a pediatrician. They have functioned very well but are very expensive. I have also spent many dollars on bulb replacements over my 15 years in practice. I am not sure if it is the extraordinary bright light or just a better lens but the view of the tympanic membrane with this otoscope is definitely superior to my old Welch Allyn.

What really amazes me is the light from this otoscope is brighter than any Welch Allyn I have ever used and the thought of never having to order another bulb makes me very happy. I purchased 2 sets of C cell rechargable batteries at radioshack to use with the otoscope but thus far have not changed or had to recharge the original set I put in the otoscope after 3 weeks of use in my busy practice. It is my understanding that the led light source only uses a fraction of the battery power compared to a halogen bulb.

My only complaint is that I was unable to use my insufflation bulb that I already owned because the fitting was different on this otoscope than it was on my Welch Allyn. I was able to purchase one on the companies website though for $9. My Welch Allyn specula did work well with this otoscope and I was happy about this.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Denise M. on April 23, 2008
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Nice white light. Took a while getting used to the focal length, I eventually realised I did not need to get as close to it, to see clearly, as with my old WA. Great otoscope, especially for the price. I can see more clearly than with my 2.5V WA. Standard specula fit, but sometimes with difficulty. I ordered some from the seller and those are fine.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Randolph Clinic PC on February 17, 2008
I purchased this otoscope when I saw that it was going to cost me almost $35 for a halogen bulb for my old otoscope. The light on this otoscope is very bright and I see the tympanic membrane more clearly than I did with my Welsh Allyn. It also appears very sturdy and well made. I admit I was sort of skeptical due to the low price but I could not be happier about my purchase. The only problem I had was the zipper on my case was not working smoothly but the company was very responsive and replaced it immediately after I notified then there was a problem.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By gmrunnerdoc on October 18, 2013
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I am a physician and purchased this RA Bock otoscope because I am tired of paying Welch Allyn's prices. I was also intrigued by the L.E.D. light source. Unfortunately, this is not a quality product. When I first picked it up out of the box, it had a very cheap feel. Just because it's empty and lightweight, I told myself. I installed the required two "C" batteries [very easy], but the instrument still felt cheap. The weight distribution is such that it didn't feel comfortable in my hand. I could deal with this, but the light is not nearly as bright as the Welch Allyn otoscopes I have always used. The light is also very blue. Okay, I thought, RA Bock is still in the game. The ultimate test was looking in a patient's ear. More bad news. I could not get a decent look at the tympanic membrane. All the landmarks were blurred. It was like looking at an ear canal and eardrum that were out of focus with a light that was not bright enough. This otoscope is not even good enough for home use. This was clearly the third strike. It's going back to Amazon, and I will be getting a Welch Allyn otoscope. So much for bargain shopping.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By M on March 18, 2009
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This works well in that you can see inside the ear. (I bought this for my baby who was prone to ear infections for a bit.) It comes in nice case and you can adjust the sizes (of the cones), so you can use it from child to adult. My one complaint is that the light is a bit touchy. If I don't get it just right or move it, the light sometimes goes out and I kind of have to tap it back on. Not a big deal, except when you're trying to use it with a squirming child. If I had to do it again, I might shop around a bit. But that's not to say it would be off my list entirely. I would just look more closely at the other options.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Ann C. Craig on February 6, 2010
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I received otoscope that didn't work initially. The company immediately shipped me a simple, easy to install replacement part and it works fine now. Part of the reason I purchased this item is its lifetime warranty.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 31, 2009
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The otoscope is made well enough and does what it is supposed to. Bought it so that I'd have one at home instead of hauling my equipment from the clinic home each time the kids/neighbors/cousins came down with ear infections. Compared to Welch-Allyn, light has slightly different hue but easy enough to get used to. The head will not connect to Welch-Allyn battery grips, and standard tips that fit a Welch-Allyn won't attach to the head of this instrument. However, comes with a dozen or so tips that do work with it, and since I don't use it that often should suffice with cleaning. The tips are a little longer also, so field of view is slightly more restricted because of this.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kathie Carden-Kirby on January 2, 2013
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I like the product but not customer service. Can't talk to anyone. Send an email instead -they require- and get an automated response which was NOT related to my question. Did this about four times.
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