Your tabletop space is limited, so you can't really use a boom stand. Or you want an easy way to increase your working distance. A pole mount stereo microscope is the tool you need. Find heavy-duty and value-priced models below
Your microscope stand shouldn't be an afterthought. It can contribute to comfort and adaptability in your workspace. Hobbyists and professionals involved in quality control and inspection choose pole mount stereo microscopes to:
Increase working distance
A pole mount and a Barlow lens easily add working distance to your microscope, so you can use tools more comfortably, and you can switch quickly between Barlow and regular magnification.
You have to work within the space you're given. That shouldn't limit the quality of your work. A pole mount works well in confined spaces, so you can still do your best.
Theyre space-saving, but they're also super sturdy, so they can make a stable, safe workspace anywhere in your lab or workshop.
Shipping's on us!
Orders over $150 get free shipping anywhere in the continental United States. If you're not quite at the minimum order, pay for another accessory, not shipping.
Volume pricing is now available.
Educational institutions and businesses serving other businesses qualify for volume pricing. Ordering more than a couple units? Request a quote here for the best pricing available.
The best mount for use in tight spaces
We don't all have sprawling workspaces with neatly organized specimens and orderly slides. Sometimes your stereo microscope has to squeeze into a corner, or slide into a space that used to be occupied by a stack of books.
A pole mount stereo microscope is built just for you.
They're used by:
Jewlers to allow customers to look closely at products but without taking up much space on the attractive display cases.
Hobbyists painting their miniatures or cataloging their coin collection on the kitchen table after dinner.
Electronics repair businesses that need every inch of space they can get for spare parts and tools.
And many more.
The pole mount is also perfect for easily increasing working distance
A 0.5X Barlow lens combined with a pole mount doubles the working distance of your stereo microscope head, so you can work more easily with your tools under low magnification. The Barlow lens lowers the maximum magnification of most zoom stereo microscopes to 22.5X - still plenty of magnification for most applications.
If you don't like the action on your Omano pole mount stereo microscope, just send it back within 30 days of your order. We'll help you find one that fits your application better with no questions asked (of course, if you want to tell us why it didn't work for you, that's great too. It helps us make things better for you and all our customers because we take your feedback to heart, and right to our factory).
Order today for free shipping anywhere in the US
Free shipping starts at just $150. If you choose one of the value priced models below, we recommend adding all the accessories you need to support your application at the same time, so your order qualifies. There's no point in paying for shipping when you can add valuable accessories (like a microscope camera, slides, stains, illumination, or other application-specific microscope accessories) for the same price and get shipping for free.
Not sure which model of pole mount stereo microscope is best for your use? Give us a call and we'll help you sort it out.
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