Miracle Slip-Tip O-Ring Syringes

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  • .5 ml o-ring slip-tip syringe
  • 1 ml o-ring slip-tip syringe
  • 3 ml o-ring slip-tip syringe
  • 5 ml o-ring slip-tip syringe
$1.49

Description

Slip-Tip O-Ring Syringes

These o-ring syringes are made in Denmark especially for animal care and feature nonstick operation for better feeding control. (Note: The o-rings on these syringes last a long time; however, the markings are non-toxic ink that washes off very quickly.) Also available in luer-lock.

  • Washable and reusable again and again
  • Each syringe is sterile-packed and BPA-free
  • Black markings for easier reading
  • Non-toxic Ink
  • .5 ml, 1 ml, and 3 ml will fit all of our nipples except the Large Miracle Nipple.
  • 5 ml will not fit Miracle Nipples snugly, but will fit Silicone Mothering Nipples.

 

What's the difference between slip-tip and luer lock?

Slip-tip syringes have a long smooth tip.

  • Can be used with or without a nipple for feeding.
  • Available in .5 ml, 1 ml, 3 ml, 5 ml and 10 ml sizes.

Luer-lock syringes have a short threaded barrel that will accept nipples and also screw-on needles (not sold here).

  • Must be used with a nipple for feeding.
  • Fits all of our nipples including the Large Miracle Nipple.
  • Available in 3 ml, 5 ml, 10 ml, and 20 ml sizes.
  • Fits all of our nipples including the Large Miracle Nipple.
Henry Recommends...
  • .5 ml - 3 ml for small mammals such as mice, squirrels, bunnies - birth to weaning
  • 3 ml - 5 ml for kittens and puppies - birth to 3 weeks
  • 5 ml - 20 ml for kittens and puppies 3 weeks and older, and for larger mammals
  • Buy at least 3 syringes for each baby
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37 Reviews

  • 5
    100+ Stars!!!

    Posted by Julia on 7th Sep 2019

    Another staple for rehabbers. I keep all the sizes of o-ring syringes for feeding. The 0.5cc are great to have for measuring & administering medicines. These are the ONLY syringes that I can trust & rely on not to stick which prevents pneumonia aspiration. They can be used many many times before having to repurchase them.

  • 5
    Awesome Syringes

    Posted by Teresa on 6th Sep 2019

    These are the best syringes for feeding young baby squirrels. Highly recommend!

  • 5
    Syringe

    Posted by Rock on 3rd Sep 2019

    These work so well for bottle feeding my foster kittens. I recommend them for anyone who is caring for baby kittens.

  • 5
    Easy to Use and Easy for Animal to Use

    Posted by Misty Swanson on 16th Aug 2018

    This helped me tremendously with the feeding of my orphaned, infant squirrel. It saved the day! It never stuck which of course saved the animal's life.

  • 5
    Last for ages without sticking.

    Posted by Urban Squirrels, UK. on 6th Jul 2018

    It is very common for syringes to start sticking after a couple of uses, which is dangerous for the baby animal. Not with these syringes though - they last forever and never get to the point where the plunger starts to stick. I throw them away when the writing wears off. :) Great value.

  • 5
    PERFECT!!!!

    Posted by Shane on 4th May 2018

    SMOOTH !!!! Perfect for feedings and I felt in complete control using this product...

  • 3
    Nothing wrong with them, but aren't very reusable

    Posted by janessa on 28th Mar 2018

    I purchased these as feeding syringes, used with silicone tips for feeding kittens. After 2 or 3 syringe uses, they get stiff and don't slide well anymore. I often have to use 2 per feeding to feed 4 babies. I was disappointed as I can get 2-3 use syringes locally for far less.

    Henry's Response: That's very unusual, Janessa. Please contact us for a replacement.

  • 3
    Syringe glides smooth with the o-ring

    Posted by Bernadette Reynal on 28th Mar 2018

    Syringe works great for feeding. The only thing to prepare for is the ink marks fading off. As we rinsed them out each feeding the ink marks lightened and eventually disappeared. We had to make hash tag marks to designate amounts. This product definitely performs better than non o-ring syringes.

    Henry's Response: Yes, the new nontoxic ink unfortunately washes off quickly. Try wrapping a strip of clear packing tape around the barrel of the syringe.

  • 5
    still smooth movement after multiple uses

    Posted by Mary Lewis on 22nd Feb 2018

    I foster orphan kittens for our local shelter. It was a wonderful day when I found the miracle nipples. It was another wonderful day when I found the o ring syringe to pair with it. Regular syringes start getting hard to push after a few uses and when feeding days-old kittens you are using them 10-12 times a day. These syringes hold up through not only multiple feedings, but multiple litters. Such a life saver!

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