- 10cc Luer lock tip Syringe without needle, graduations: 0.2cc
- 100/box, graduations: 0.2cc
Science Purchase 44PW1201BX100 Plastic Syringe Luer Lock without Needle, 10 cc (Pack of 100)
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|Number of Items||100|
|Brand Name||Science Purchase|
|National Stock Number||6515-00-465-1007|
|Specification Met||certified frustration-free|
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10cc Luer lock syringe without needle. Dispose after usage. 100 to a box. Not intended for medical use. Syringes are devices used by professionals and hobbyists to inject, vacuum, sample, and dispense solutions for a wide variety of applications in the medical, dental, veterinary, biotechnology, microfluidic, and pharmaceutical industries. Science Purchase is a trademarked brand owned by Electronix Express. We are a U.S. based company and perform quality control protocols on all of our products. This ensures our customer is getting a quality product backed by our 30-day guarantee. If you are not buying from Electronix Express or Amazon directly, you are purchasing a counterfeit and lower quality product.
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Dont recommend this product!!!
This is pure mislabelling and really dishonest
My mistake was not reading everyone elses reviews, I did the purchase in a hurry and didn't notice all the comments stating they were not Terumo. Lesson learned.
However, they were very prompt and courteous via my contact through email.
Update: I have had a few (last few I used) get stuck when fully closed. It takes more pull than it should to start drawing liquid into syringe. Once it gets started it acts as it should but each time I have emptied it and gone to draw more in it does it again. This could be an issue depending on what you are using it for.