Jeffers Luer Slip Syringe/Needle Combo, Singles
Combination disposable syringe with an ultra sharp needle.
- 3 mL w/ 22 ga x 3/4"
- 3 mL w/ 22 ga x 1"
- 3 mL w/ 20 ga x 1"
- 3 mL w/ 20 ga x 1 1/2"
Things to Remember:
- the larger the gauge, the smaller the needle; 22 ga is smaller than 20 ga
- luer slip slips on & luer lock twists on
- Brand: Jeffers®
- Type: Needle/Syringe Combo
"Snag on the skin"
These needles are so poorly made that about one out of 3 have tiny snags on the needle point that hurt the kittens and puppies so bad that they scream and scratch while trying to run. I don't blame them. You can see the snags when you hold it up to the light or run your finger against them.
"Poultry Blood Draws"
I use these when I draw on the farm Poultry Blood for Lab tests. They are affordable, and work just fine. Once in a while I get a bad needle with a burr or a needle and syringe that doesn't draw well; getting air in the tube, but this is not normal. I do not use these for large livestock, but use the Luer Locks for them instead. I would reccomend this product.
"Use for Chickens and Alpacas"
Used these for years on Chickens and Alpacas (as well as dogs and cats). Never had a problem! Good price for the quality.
"Item XQ-CY 22 ga x 3/4"" - box of 100. The brand on the cellophane package on each syringe is Air-Tite 3 and these are the worst needles and syringes I have ever used. They were so dull I had a hard time penetrating the cat's skin and some even bent as I was trying to push them in. I had to give over 60 shots in a 3 day period so it created a major problm. Some of the cats even cried and struggled which never has happened before. I have been giving injections to all my animals for over 10 years and these are the worst I've ever used. Some even leaked where the needle was fused to the base that screws on to the syringe. I'm throwing the rest away. I see now that they were made in China and I guess that explains it. "
"Good for worming"
I agree that luer locks are the best for injections, however I prefer to use oral worm medicine for my goats. I use 1 syringe and leave the needle stuck in the bottle until I'm done. The luer slip's smaller size lets it slide into their mouths a little easier then I wipe it off, refill it with more medicine from the already inserted needle and on to the next one. When I'm finished, the needle and syringe go into the trash and I've only used 1 combo.
"Luer Slip Review"
This review is for luer slip syringes only. I made a mistake in my recent order and purchased luer slip syringes instead of luer lock. Very disappointed in the luer slip. Needle and syringe will never stay together. Such a waste of money, time, and medicines. Highly recommend luer lock, never had a problem with them.
"Handy to have around"
We always have a box of these around. They are convenient and the ?? 22g size works for most uses in our goat herd. The luer locks are the best as the needle does not come off the syringe.
"Great Item & Price"
These syringe/needle combo items are great. I?ÇÖve used several different gauges and usually get the boxes of 100. I have never been disappointed with this item.