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ProductsPunch, Standard 45 Right Angled Tip, 3.4 mm Straight Shaft
Company Arthrex
Item Punch, Standard 45 Right Angled Tip, 3.4 mm Straight Shaft
Features 
  • Extremely low profile
  • Highest U.S. made quality
  • Smooth, durable, light-weight, patented ratchet design
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Description The Series I Instrument program offers state-of-the-art quality in an instrument of extremely low profile, while maintaining strength and durability. Low profile cutting tips allow access to pathology in tight joint spaces. Series I instruments are available in just about every cutting tip style, size and angle required for large and small joint arthroscopic procedures. Arthrex offers a lifetime guarantee on materials and workmanship on every Series I Instrument.
    Info Arthrex
    Customer Service: (800) 933-7001
    Web site: http://www.arthrex.com

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