We’ve Launched a New Website!!

Equipment-Dealer-BannerCapital Microscope Services, Inc. has launched a new website, OhausWeighingScales.com, a website devoted to Ohaus Balances and Laboratory Equipment for your College and University.

OhausWeighingScales.com will be your One Stop shop for the full line of Ohaus products. Whether you’re looking for Balances, Centrifuges, Open Air Shakers, or Water Analysis Meters you’ll find it all here at the lowest prices you’ll find anywhere.

You can also expect the same quality customer service that you’ve come to expect from Capital Microscope Services, Inc.

Please stop by OhausWeighingScales.com for all your Lab Equipment needs.

Capital Microscope Services, Inc was founded in 1989 in Marietta, Georgia. In addition to selling product nationwide, we also maintain onsite sales/service representatives for the Southeastern United States and Texas.

Our product line is quite diverse and we invite you to explore the complete website. We are currently Authorized Microscope Dealers for: Swift Optical, Motic Instruments, Meiji Techno America, Parco Scientific, National Optical, Accuscope, and Ken a Vision.

December 2017 Science Newsletter


All of us at Capital Microscope wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We have enjoyed working with you this past year and trust you have enjoyed our monthly Science Newsletter. Please feel free to contact us if we can be of service to you in the future.

In order to find the best equipment at the most reasonable prices we invite you to explore our website at MicroscopesandMore. In addition please feel free to contact us for personal assistance in finding the best material to continue to make science an exciting activity for you and your students. I am here to help you.

We are continuing the weekly discount specials. Watch your inbox for our “Weekly Special” offering items from our extensive selection of materials at great savings. A wonderful opportunity to obtain great science supplies at very low prices. Continue reading December 2017 Science Newsletter