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Our Colorado Springs, Colorado office has the following for sale: Full Exam Lane asking $13,000 Marco Deluxe chair Model 1220 (auto recline) and stand Model 510s Topcon Slit Lamp SL2E w/ Haag Streit Tonometer 870 Marco Projector CP2 w/ Snellen letter chart Mirrors (x2) and wall mounted screen 12" x 12" WA Direct Ophthalmoscope 11720 w/ rechargeable handle WA Retinoscope 18200 w/ rechargeable handle WA Penlight w/ rechargeable handle Reichert Phoropter 11625 Condensing lenses 20D direct clear field and 78D Heine Binocular Indirect Ophthalmoscope Omega 180 w/ wall mount power supply EN30 Luneau 16 prism set Complete trial lens set w/ wooden frame Ishihara color test concise edition 14 plate and Randot stereo fly test P200 Optomap retinal imaging system including; scan head, computer tower, monitor, stand, software, cleaning equipment, and manuals - asking $39,000 Q-Spex in-office progressive w/ AR lens molding system (need edging equipment to complete orders) - asking $1,800 Please email Jenn with questions - email@example.com
I purchased, (capital equipment not the click fee) an optomap, it came with a 2 year service agreement. I am at the end of my service agreement and was faxed a "renewal" from optos. It is $5000 per year to keep service on this machine. After paying $80k two years ago!! Unfortunately, most insurances, VSP especially will not allow you to charge the patient an additional fee for optomap nor can you bill in the majority of the cases. (although in some you can) I made the decision to sell the machine to a doctor who would see more medical cases than I do only to find out that if I sell my machine, even though I own it outright, they would effectively "lockout" the new owner until they pay what they call a "re certification fee" of $24k!! Which obviously no one would want to do after paying for the machine. I spoke with several used equipment dealers and Optos directly and this is factual. Is anyone else experienced this?