The world’s most accurate handheld wavefront autorefractor

How QuickSee works

Key Features

Binocular and open view
Reduces patient accommodation for more reliable measurements

Wavefront aberrometry
Provides the most comprehensive method to measure ocular aberrations and refractive errors

Dynamic measurements
Produces results with high confidence

QuickSee’s combination of the open view binocular design, wavefront aberrometry, and dynamic measurements produce clinically accurate autorefraction measurements, in a durable handheld format suitable for use in clinics and in the field.

Wavefront autorefraction powered by the patented PlenOptika Wavefront Refraction Engine™ performs continuous data analysis to precisely determine low-order refractive errors, makes QuickSee is as accurate as the high-end clinical desktop autorefractors and demonstrates excellent agreement with subjective refraction.

The technology inside QuickSee has been clinically-evaluated in five IRB-based studies and documented in five peer-reviewed publications and conference abstracts. QuickSee has FDA Class I 510(k) exempt medical device registration.

QuickSee delivers accurate binocular measurements
in 10 seconds

Other benefits

ADA Compliant

Accessible for patients with mobility issues and/or physical challenges

Binocular measurements in 10 seconds

Accelerates subjective refraction with a more accurate starting point
Enables high throughput autorefraction

Handheld

Easy to use anywhere
Patient friendly

Strong agreement with subjective refraction

<= 0.25 D: 60-70% of patients

<= 0.5 D: 80-90% of patients (see publications)

Field Durable

Calibration free
Operates in humid and dusty environments
Can be used indoors and outdoors, in most light settings
Includes hardened carrying case
Up to 8 hours continuous use on battery, operates while tethered for charging

Clinical Performance Specifications

Intended patient population5–85 years old
Accuracy (agreement with
subjective refraction)
<= 0.25 D: 60-70% of patients
<= 0.5 D: 80-90% of patients (see publications)
Cylindrical range-6D to +6D, increments of 0.01D, 0.125D, 0.25D
Axial range0–180º, increments of 1, 5, 10 degrees
Spherical Range-10D to +10D, increments of 0.01D, 0.125D, 0.25D
Interpupillary distance range47–78mm continuous
Accommodation controlBinocular open view
Pupil size2–8mm
Cyclopegia requirementNone
Amblyopia or strabismusMay require monocular measurement
Contact lens wearersOver-refraction compatible
Dilation requirementNone
Illumination requirementsWorks in any illumination
Furniture requirementsNone
MaterialsThis product is latex-free
Storage/transportTravel hardshell case included

Technical Specifications

Technology
 
Wavefront aberrometry
Measurement mode(s)Binocular and monocular
Measurement time10 seconds
CalibrationFactory calibrated, no field calibration needed
Battery life5–6 hours of operation; 4 hours charge time
(8 hours for initial charge)
CommunicationsBluetooth via QuickSee Companion App
and Bluetooth printer
Measurement capacity10,000 measurements
RegulatoryClass I
Class IIa Product CE
Laser safetyClass 1, enclosed
Electrical safetyCompliant with IEC 60601-1(2005, 3.1 ed.)
Weight3.14lbs / 1.42kg (without case)
6.95lbs / 3.15kg (with case)
Dimensions6.5 x 11 x 3.25 '' / 16.5 x 28 x 8.25 cm
Warranty1 year warranty

Simple, handheld, and rugged design

Easy to learn, easy to use, and patient friendly

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