$10.99 to $24.99
Jeffers Luer Lock Syringes, Boxes
Jeffers Luer Lock Syringes are specifically designed for the veterinary market. They feature a reinforced tip & easy-to-read graduations.
- 3 mL
- 6 mL
- 12 mL
- 20 mL
- 35 mL
- reinforced tip
- large finger grips
- rubber plunger w/ double contact for a tighter seal
- FDA approved & autoclavable
Luer slip slips on & luer lock twists on
- Brand: Jeffers®
- Type: Syringe
Excellent quality, good deal, nice packaging. Perfect size for a variety of meds.
"Great for Blood drawing!"
These worked fantastic for drawing blood, as well as administering shots, vaccines, and medications for our goats! Not a single needle in the box was faulty! I was very impressed and am reordering another box at this very moment!
"Great product/Good value"
We have used these syringes for years for our goats. Good quality at an affordable price.
"Never had a problem"
Just make sure to push some air into the sealed bottle when it becomes difficult to pull the plunger back. Or you can leave one needle in the rubber stopper so you don't poke so many holes in the stopper & lose its seal. Works esp well if you're using the med as an oral drench or attach a fresh needle to the filled syringe to stick your animal. This keeps the pressure equalized in & out of the bottle too.
I ordered a whole box of these Jeffers Syringes and they are such poor quality I could hardly get even a single use out of them. The black rubber plunger does not fit snugly inside the syringe tube and thus lets air up through while your drawing back to get whatever substance your injecting into the syringe. Don't waste your money. Opt for the Monoject instead.
"Exactly what I needed."
Good quality, thanks
"3ml luer lock syringes with needles"
I use these for vaccinating cats and dogs. There are a good value.
I've used monoject syringes for decades & am a creature of habit. Took a chance buying the Jeffers syringes & have been completely surprised & thoroughly impressed. I particularly like the ease in which I can remove the syringe from the sterile packaging compared to monoject. No difference in the quality or the ability to handle/use the syringe. Economically a much better deal between the two brands. Will buy again.