I have one but if you sit down in weird angles it pops out of the holster. Good idea but not that practical
https://www.amazon.com/Wild-Tree-Designs-The-BATCLIP/dp/B0038S8E9UI have one but if you sit down in weird angles it pops out of the holster. Good idea but not that practical
It's the same concept as that but the problem I had was that the bell kept falling out. Wonder if that design would be different
I've never had the bell come loose, though I have had the flap catch in tight quarters a handful of times. You hear the velcro pulling very clearly though, so its extremely rare that I rip it open all the way.It's the same concept as that but the problem I had was that the bell kept falling out. Wonder if that design would be different
I had one for about 18 years. Then a couple days ago, I misplaced it somewhere and can't find the darned thing. Believe me, I've definitely gotten my money's worth out of it! So... I replaced it with a new Cardio IV. I'm looking forward to trying out my new steth the next time I go to work. I've had my old one for so long that if my old one pops up from wherever it's hiding, I won't feel at all bad about getting the new steth.I have a Littman Cardio III and love it. It is pricey but worth the investment.
The term you are looking for is chest piece, not tubes. As far as I know, littman doesnt make a scope with dual tubing.I've heard (no pun intended) that the cardiology III is nicer than the classic II because it has two tubes instead of one. It sounds (no pun intended) that the Classic III has the same two tube design.
I'm wondering if for half the price, the classic III is a solid scope. I'm a bit deaf and currently have a $20 ADC that, while worlds better than the stuff on the rig, is still not cutting it.
Yep. I just replaced my Littmann Cardiology III with a Cardiology IV. Why? My III pulled a vanishing act after 18 years. That being said, the new stethoscope definitely is an upgrade from my (literally) old one. Yes it was a little expensive but it was definitely time to replace the old one.The higher end scopes have dual lumens encased in a single tube.