Seeing Eye to Eye: Choosing the Best Human Eye Model for Your Needs

You need a human eye model, but there are 4 to choose from! Which one is right for you?
Good question! With so many choices that each have different qualities, it can be difficult to determine which model is best suited for your individual needs.
The following descriptions and uses are provided so that you can make the best informed decision for your specific teaching and learning needs.

Model Name (SKU #)

Distinct Qualities

How the model differs from similar models

Ideal For…

Model, Human Eye, 5 Times Enlarged, 6 Part, Dissectible (AM34AS)

(AM0034)

  • Magnified 5X
  • 6 Parts
  • Mounted on Base
  • Comes with Key Card
  • Magnified 5X (Compared to AM0026, which is 3X)
  • Glass Lens
  • Detailed parts of the eye (more than just basic)
  • AP High School and College Level
  • Biology and Anatomy and Physiology Classes and Labs
  • Studying the structure and function of the human eyeball

Human Eye Model, 7 Parts, 3X Enlarged, Hand Painted (AM0026)

  • Magnified 3X
  • Mounted on Base
  • 7 Parts
  • Comes with Key Card
  • Magnified 3X (Compared to AM34AS, which is 5X)
  • Plastic Lens
  • Basic Parts of the eye
  • Middle School, High School, and College Level
  • Life Science, Biology and Anatomy and Physiology Classes
  • Studying the structure and function of the human eyeball

Model, Human Eye in Orbit, 9 Part, Dissectible, 3X Enlarged (AM30AS)

(AM0030)

  • Magnified 3X
  • Mounted on Base
  • 9 Parts
  • Comes with Key Card
  • Has a model of the eyeball within a model of the orbit (surrounding skeletal and muscular anatomy)
  • 9 Parts
  • AP High School, College, and Graduate Level
  • Biology and Anatomy and Physiology Classes and Labs
  • Studying the structure and function of the eyeball and surrounding skeletal and muscular anatomy

Model Human Eye Demonstration Model, 5X (AM0037)

  • Magnified 5X
  • Mounted on Base
  • Eye Socket
  • Back of Eye
  • Detailed Retina
  • Has a model of the eye socket with a sagittal cut
  • Has a model of the detailed back of the eye (separate)
  • Has an electron microscope detailed rendering of the retina (rods, cones, etc.)
  • AP High School, College, and Graduate Level
  • Biology and Anatomy and Physiology Classes and Labs
  • Studying the structure and function of the eyeball
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