Easy Touch Pressure Activated Safety Lancets – 28g 100 Lancet

December 10, 2019 - Comment

EasyTouch Pressure-Activated 28 Gauge Safety Lancets, from the makers of EasyTouch Syringes and EasyTouch Pen Needles, are pressure-activated safety lancets constructed with high-quality, stainless, surgical steel and a tri-bevel cut tip. They are color coded to the box and gauge. They were manufactured to be easy-to-use and help to provide safer usability. EasyTouch Pressure-Activated 28

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EasyTouch Pressure- 28 Gauge Safety , from the makers of EasyTouch Syringes and EasyTouch Pen Needles, are pressure- safety lancets constructed with high-quality, stainless, surgical steel and a tri-bevel cut tip. They are color coded to the box and gauge. They were manufactured to be -to-use and help to provide safer usability. EasyTouch Pressure-Activated 28 Gauge Safety Lancets are single-use, latex-free, sterile safety lancets.

Product Features

  • Film coated for maximum comfort.
  • Optimum design provides comfortable and positive grip for eash control
  • Optimum design provides comfortable and positive grip for each control

Comments

Anonymous says:

Good value Easy to use. In a box of 100 approximately 10 failed, most the spring mechanism broke while removing the the cap. While a 10% fail rate doesn’t seem high, this adds up when I depend on this for sugar testing 2 to 3 times a day

Anonymous says:

Perfect One Use Pressure Lancet! It was difficult for my father to use the lancer provided with the meter due to his arthritic hands. These one use pressure lancets are an excellent alternative. A good amount of blood is drawn every time and as long as Amazon has them at this price I will be buying them.

Anonymous says:

Ambulance approved. I used these on S.A.F.D. ambulance. Retired now with type 2 you will not find a better way to draw blood. They come in progressive gauges for a harder stick if needed.. They are quick to use and easy to dispose of. The only issue is the amount of hand strength needed to open them. It is best to twist and pull the cap off in one motion.

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