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  1. Carl Zeiss Humphrey Automatic Refractor/Keratometer Model 597 Serial Number 597 1597 Our practice, located in Gallup, New Mexico, is no longer using our Humphrey Automatic Refractor — Model 597, S/N 597-1597. It is in outstanding usable condition and will be professionally packaged and shipped with insurance. We purchased the device new and have complete service and calibration records. It has been professionally serviced by Carl Zeiss Meditec every couple of years, until 2013, and since then it has been sitting covered. The owners manual, all service/calibration records, and cover will be included. From the Manufacturer Website: The Humphrey 597 provides refinement of sphere, cylinder and axis for true optimization. In addition, near vision, glare, complete subjective testing and special targets for children and patients with reading difficulties allow the practitioner to test the widest range of patients. Precise keratometric readings are performed quickly and easily during the refraction process. Asking $3,000 or best offer. Open to reasonable offers, willing to ship, and willing to meet semi-locally for review of equipment if you are interested. Thanks, John
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