Lynton Lasers Ltd is globally acknowledged as a leading British company specialising in the design, development and manufacture of laser and light systems for niche applications. Established in 1994 following a management buyout from Manchester University, Lynton Lasers is an established worldclass performer within medical, cosmetic and conservation marketplaces.
Our philosophy of quality, innovation and reliability, combined with a caring approach to customer needs, allows us to develop long lasting relationships with our customers and business partners. Achieving excellent after-sale service is fundamental to our business, and is illustrated by the consistently high level of satisfaction recorded by our customers in our annual feedback questionnaires. This service includes regular training and on-hand advice, marketing and regulatory support, and prompt response to technical problem-solving, to ensure our systems achieve their maximum business potential.
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