EUROMEX Microscopes Launch In The US

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Microscope.com today introduced the European made, Euromex Microscopes where they are being sold exclusively on Microscope.com

Euromex iScope Microscope

“We are delighted to introduce Euromex to the US market, “said Charles Crookenden, President of Microscope.com. “as they offer a far better value equation for Research Laboratories and Universities than has historically been available."

Founded in 1996 and based in Holland, Euromex offers research grade optical quality for Schools and the most demanding Life Science research applications, but at a fraction of the price of other leading brands.

Designed and built in Holland, the microscopes include superb optics, an intelligent range of premium features and European craftsmanship that compete directly with the German and Japanese, Life Science laboratory and school microscopes. Yet the prices are remarkably low.

“We are delighted to introduce Euromex to the US market, “said Charles Crookenden, President of Microscope.com. “as they offer a far better value equation for Research Laboratories and Universities than has historically been available. The optics are stunning and the prices equally so, whether it be for the most demanding life science research or for the school classroom.”

Euromex Microscopes are designed to capitalize on the continuing trend towards better value microscopes without compromising optical quality. “We see this trend reflected in an increasing number of universities and laboratories buying high-end microscopes, online as opposed to the via the traditional microscope dealer. They want the optical quality but they do not want to pay for the brand name, anymore.”, said Mr Crookenden.

Euromex Life Science microscopes are epitomized by the iScope Series of biological microscopes. The iScopes include research grade optics and thoughtful design features such as the proprietary NeoLED™ illumination. NeoLED™ improves resolution and light intensity with ten times the life span of halogen and equivalent intensity. Additional features include an in-housing cable storage system for convenient storage and a sensor that automatically switches off the microscope when the viewer leaves. Yet prices start at under $1,000.

For Materials Science, the NexiusZoom™ offers similar startlingly high quality with prices as low as $679.00 while the BlueLine range of compound and stereo microscopes caters to High Schools and University Labs.

Cees Willemse, the owner of Euromex commented “We have worked hard to incorporate European design with the latest manufacturing technology in order to offer better value solutions for researchers and schools. As a result, we believe that Euromex offers a very real alternative to our better known competitors in the US and we much look forward to working with Microscope.com.”

Euromex Microscopes can be purchased online in the US exclusively from Microscope.com at http://www.microscope.com.

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