How the Pilot Program works
In the Pilot Program you will get a QuickSee demo device (fully functional) to try in your practice for 10 business days. Since QuickSee is very different from any autorefractor you’ve used before, you must agree to a short training session. This will help you get the most out of your trial.
The Pilot Program is available only in the United States. Outside of the US, you can arrange a demo or trial with one of our distributors.
Curious but not quite ready?
Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions.
QuickSee autorefraction measurements agree strongly with subjective refraction, saving valuable exam time and helping to produce correct prescriptions the first time. See the research
QuickSee’s handheld format performs clinical-quality autorefraction anywhere, enabling you to evolve your clinical operations and even take your practice into the community.
Ease of use
Easy to learn, easy to operate, busy optometrists and vision care technicians can use QuickSee to accelerate their workflow.
ADA compliant, QuickSee is compatible with patients with mobility challenges, and suitable for children and seniors alike, even those bedbound.
Are you ready for a QuickSee pilot? Let’s get started with your answers to a few questions.
There is a fee of $150 for the trial to help cover the costs of round trip shipping and disinfecting the unit upon return. If you choose to buy QuickSee, the $150 fee will be refunded.