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3M™ Precise™ Vista Disposable Skin Stapler

Products3M™ Precise™ Vista Disposable Skin Stapler
Company 3M Worldwide
Item 3M™ Precise™ Vista Disposable Skin Stapler
Features 
  • Unique angled head lets you see the incision from your normal viewing perspective to ensure precise staple placement.
  • Lever action stapler is the most popular design on the market, and is easy to use for a reduced learning curve.
  • Short trigger stroke helps reduce hand fatigue.
  • Staple preview position provides staple visibility for more reliable use.
  • Descending anvil/actuator allows for excellent visibility and reduced jamming.
  • Sleek handle design comfortably fits a wide range of hand sizes.
  • Automatic staple release lifts off in any direction to eliminate staple hang-ups.
  • Arrow indicator assists in accurate staple alignment.
  • Flexible placement angle allows choice in staple placement depth.
  • Staple count indicator provides a direct view of staples remaining to help minimize waste.
  • Simple design and quality construction assure consistent, reliable performance.
Description A disposable lever action skin stapler with a unique angled head that is designed to provide a clear view of your work from your normal vantage point. Vista Skin Staplers are available in four configurations: 35 regular or wide and 15 regular or wide.
Info 3M Worldwide
Customer Service: (888) 364-3577
Web site: http://solutions.3m.com/wps/portal/!ut/p/kcxml/04_Sj9SPykssy0xPLMnMz0vM0Q9KzYsPDdaP0I8yizeIN3b00S_IcFQEAEkU7y4!

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