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Never miss a beat with Littmann stethoscopes

When it comes to human health, you can't afford to work with unreliable instruments. Littmann stethoscopes are renowned for their high quality and durability and have been designed with the health professional and patient in mind.

The Littmann Master Classic II

The Littmann Master Classic II is all class. Thanks to a 3M innovation, you can choose to hear different frequency sounds by adjusting the pressure on the chest piece. This tunable diaphragm technology saves you time and allows you to focus more energy on your patient. Almost everyone can relate to the uncomfortably cold chest piece in their youth. Fortunately, this is a thing of the past, as the Classic II features a non-chill rim, which makes things a bit more comfortable for patients.

Personalise your piece

Getting your stethoscope engraved is a great idea so you always know which one is yours. You can also choose from a range of bright colours. The Littmann Cardiology IV model is available in bright pink, so you can easily add some bright colour to your day.

The Littmann Classic III

Say goodbye to tension headaches. The headpiece on the Classic III can easily be adjusted for ultimate comfort. Snap-tight, soft-sealing earpieces mold to your ears for a comfortable fit, and clip onto your ears firmly.

Next-generation tubing

Latex-sensitive individuals can relax, as next-generation tubing is free of latex. The tubing conveniently retains its shape, even after being squished up in your pocket.

Spare parts

If your stethoscope has undergone some wear and tear, there's no need to completely replace your old one. Just like other medical and scientific disposable supplies, new earpieces, chestpieces and more can be found right here on eBay, so you can carry on with your beloved model for years to come. The Master Cardiology diaphragm and rim assembly can be purchased individually, or you can find your spare parts in packs.

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