ACCU-SCOPE has become increasingly popular within the educational, industrial, life sciences and medical communities. ACCU-SCOPE Microscopes are competitively priced and are manufactured worldwide to strict standards, ensuring high quality crisp optics, outstanding resolution and durability. Many of the ACCU-SCOPE microscopes go head to head with Nikon, Olympus, Nikon and Zeiss and substantially cost savings.

In addition to a wide assortment of microscopes, ACCU-SCOPE offers a wide variety of digital cameras; CMOS, HD, USB, Video, SD, etc. The product includes the popular 3080 and 3088 monocular educational microscope series, the ever popular 3012 (compare to Nikon E200), newly introduced educational EXC-120 series and EXS-210 stereo, professional and laboratory EXC-350, and clinical and research EXC-400 and EXC-500 microscopes. The EXC-400 and EXC-500 can be equipped with plan fluorite objectives and fluorescence attachments with LED and metal halide illumination. The EXC-500 laboratory microscope is also available in teaching configurations including a five headed microscope used in universities and teaching hospital environments.

All ACCU-SCOPE microscopes are ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified. They offer an industry leading five-year limited warranty for parts, labor and electronic components.

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ACCU-SCOPE, Inc. is a world leader of high quality, certified microscopes for clinical, research, educational and industrial applications. For over 60 years the optics are renowned for crisp, high contrast images with outstanding resolution. All mechanical components are manufactured and assembled to the strictest quality standards with a five-year limited warranty, and one year electrical warranty.

ACCU-SCOPE Microscopes' roots date back to the 1920’s to an offshore medical importing company. They were later reestablished in New York City in 1961. The new owners adopted the name Bristoline. The company was sold to a Graham-Field, a major worldwide surgical dealer and was later purchased back from them and renamed ACCU-SCOPE Microscopes. Originally manufactured in Japan, they made their presence as a viable alternative to Nikon & Olympus Microscopes. Fast forward to the 21st century, where ACCU-SCOPE set its mark as a less expensive competitor to the larger brands Leica, Nikon, Olympus & Zeiss.