0155-0268

Adventure Medical Scissors/Tweezers - Refill

Adventure Medical Scissors/Tweezers - Refill
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Scissors/Tweezers - Refill

Refill or customize your first aid kit with these hospital quality 4  inch EMT Shears and precision pointe Splinter/Tick Remover Forceps. EMT shears are made of high quality stainless steel with contoured, large finger openings for ease of use. Milled serrations allow for cutting through thick clothing while the blunt tip keeps your patient safe. Strong enough to cut thru a penny! The splinter picker tweezers are fine pointed to remove the finest of splinters and the smallest of ticks.

Features:

  • Easily cut thru Clothing and Gear: Sharp, stainless steel blades with one serrated edge to cut through the toughest materials
  • Maximum Control and Comfort: Contoured polypropylene handles with large ring provide maximum control and comfort
  • Durable: High impact plastic handles, and stainless steel blades
  • Reusable: Autoclavable to 290 F/143 C
  • Precision Pointed Forceps: Stainless steel splinter picker forceps feature a fine point to grasp the finest of splinters

Specifications:

  • Size: 4.35" x 0.65" x 7.75"
  • Weight: 0.08 lbs
  • Group Size: 1 Person
  • Trip Duration: Multiple Days

Supply List:

  • 1 - Scissors
  • 1 - Tweezers

We reserve the right to add, substitute, or delete items if necessary

Please note: Some medications may not be available in products sold outside of the US, additional items may be substituted.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Adventure Medical Scissors/Tweezers - Refill 0155-0268 ADVENTURE MEDICAL SCISSORS / TWEEZERS
$6.00
In Stock

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