EasyTouch Insulin Syringe U-100, 0.5cc 30 gauge x 5/16 in, 100
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The quality you come to expect with the EasyTouch line of products is present in this EasyTouch Insulin Syringe U-100, 0.5cc 30 gauge x 5/16 in, 100. These single-use EasyTouch syringes allow you to inject your diabetic pets with the insulin they need. Please note we are unable to accept returns of syringes or needles. We are unable to ship this product to the following states: CT, DE, IL, MN, NH, NJ, or NY.
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 3
Easy Touch Insulin Syringes U-100, 0.5cc 30 gauge in, 100
These syringes work great for my dog, who is diabetic. I've never had a problem with them, and they don't seem to hurt her one bit. The company always gets them to me right away and I've never had any problem with their shipping. Their price is great, compared to other places I've checked out.
I like the feel of these. They are thin so as not to cause pain, but at the same time they feel very strong and durable. As someone else mentioned, there is a slight odor on these, but it is not offensive or bothersome.
Everything is as described.
Works great except I think when the insulin level is low, the syringe has a hard time drawing the insulin in. I threw several syringes (out of a box of 100) away thinking they were defective until I purchased a new bottle of insulin and so far have not found an issue with drawing in the insulin.
When I switched from another brand of syringes to the Easy Touch, I noticed that the Easy Touch has a slight odor. It must be from the lubricant film coating. Within in week, I became immune to the smell though.
I am new to giving my dog insulin shots, so for now, it is trial and error. I like the Easy Touch syringes enough to continue using them.
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