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250 Cooper Avenue, Suite 100
Tonawanda, NY 14150
  • S4OPTIK, a leading worldwide manufacturer of conventional and automated ophthalmic instruments and systems, has expanded its product lines to include slit lamps, lensmeters and corneal topographers. In addition to handling S4OPTIK’s own brand of ophthalmic instruments, we are the North American representatives for the RightOn Instruments that include the Retinomax Hand Held Autorefractor. Technology, reliability and value are core to all products S4OPTIK develops.
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Products by S4OPTIK
  • MODI 02

    S4OPTIK MODI 02 is engineered with advanced technology for corneal topography. The ergonomic design, features, superior reliability and ease of use make MODI 02 the first choice in diagnostic and contact lens applications. Resolution - +/- 0.03D Processing Time - <3 seconds Number Of Rings -... Read more
  • Righton Retinomax K-Plus 3 Refactor / Keratometer

    The Retinomax Series 3 is the world's leading handheld Refractor and Keratometer. Weighing just under 1 kilogram, the main body with battery is over 17% lighter for the K-plus 3 and 11% lighter for the Retinomax 3 than the conventional Retinomax Series models. Read more
  • Righton SPEEDY-i Auto Refractometer/Keratometer

    With the new SPEEDY-i/K, accommodative accuracy is measured with a novel methodology that allows you to understand the source of your patient symptoms, as well as quantitatively adjust your prescription. Read more