The Ultramatic RX Master Phoroptor The first, and best refracting instrument, continues to be the industry standard after nearly 80 years, offering world-renown mechanical quality and craftsmanship.
The original and best refracting instrument, Phoroptor continues to be the industry standard after more than 90 years, offering world-renown mechanical quality and craftsmanship. The Reichert Phoroptor is the only refracting instrument completely designed and manufactured in the United States. Each Phoroptor is made of nearly 1,000 pieces, assembled by hand in our Buffalo, New York factory.
Every Phoroptor has that unmistakable feel of quality. The smooth rotation of the dials. The virtual absence of play in the mechanisms. The precise, solid click of the control knobs. Constant reminders that you're using the world's finest refracting instrument. It's a fit and feel no one can duplicate, any more than they can duplicate the Phoroptor's optical quality, accuracy and reliability.
While you might refer to a refracting instrument as just a "phoropter," the original, trademarked, patented and most trusted name is the Phoroptor from Reichert. We trademarked the name in 1921. The proper spelling is with an “or.” Remember, "refractor" is spelled with an "or" and so is Phoroptor.
Ultramatic RX Master Phoroptor Catalog Numbers:
11625B Minus Cylinder - Black
11635B Plus Cylinder - Black
11625W Minus Cylinder - White
11635W Plus Cylinder - White
Included Accessories (no extra cost):
Optional Accessories (no extra cost)*:
Flip cross cylinder lenses
-19.00D to +16.75D
+0.12D Sphere in auxiliary dial included
0.00D to 6.00D
Plus or minus lens system optional 0.12D and 2.00D accessory cells included
360 degrees (Double 0 to 180 degrees scale)
5 degrees graduations
± 0.37 or ± 0.05 Optional
0 to 20 Prism Diopter, 1 Prism Diopter graduations
48 mm to 75 mm, 1 mm graduations
13.75 mm (normal)
Graduations extend range by 6 mm
5 to 28 inches
Centimeter and diopter scales included
10 lenses plus 2 open apertures
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