Fast, accurate measurements.
A fraction of the cost.
QuickSee combines the accuracy of gold-standard benchmarks with unmatched usability to perform measurements in seconds for ⅓ the cost.
The QuickSee difference
- Objective autorefraction based on dynamic aberrometry and smart Rx algorithms
- Binocular, open view helps reduce instrument-induced myopia
- Handheld, intuitive design; easy to use for optometrists and patients alike; no patient feedback required
- Measurements in 10 seconds
Unlike conventional autorefractors, QuickSee uses wavefront aberrometry to precisely determine low-order refractive errors, enabling highly accurate, objective measurements anywhere.
And because of its compact design and fast, accurate measurements, QuickSee can streamline your clinical workflow, declutter your practice environment, and improve your patients’ experience.
The technology inside QuickSee has been clinically-evaluated in five IRB-based studies and documented in five peer-reviewed publications and conference abstracts. FDA Class I 510(k) exempt medical device registration.
10 seconds to accurate measurement
QuickSee is carefully designed against the following specifications:
|Weight||2.3 lbs (1kg)|
|Accommodation Control||Open View|
|Measuring Wavelength||785 nm|
|Spherical Range||–10D to +12D, increments of 0.01D, 0.125D, 0.25D|
|Cylindrical Range||0D - 6D, increments of 0.01D, 0.125D, 0.25D|
|Axial Range||0-180º, increments of 1,2,10 degree|
|Interpupilary Distance Range||40 – 80 mm continuous|
|Device Dimensions||11x6.5x3.25 in (28x16.5x8.25 cm) / 2.3lb (1kg)|
|Intended Patient Population||5-85 years old|
|Office Illumination Requirements||Works in any illumination|
|Specialized Furniture Requirements||None|
|Storage/Transport||Travel hardshell case included|
|FDA Status||FDA Class I|
|Pupil Size||2 – 8mm|
|Laser Safety||Class I|
|Materials||This product is latex-free|
|Battery Specifications||6–8 Hours of operation; 4 hours charge time (8 hours for initial charge)|
|Time per Measurement||10 seconds|