Monoject Syringes without Needles are larger or specialty syringes. Needles are not included. Choose from Regular Luer (RL) or Luer Lock (LL) syringes. Regular Luer (RL) means the needle pulls off. The syringe has a tapered tip so it can also be used as an oral feeder. Luer Lock (LL) means the needle twists on and off for a more secure fit. However, the syringe cannot be used for oral feeding.
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Oct 2, 2015 | By MsScarlet
I try to wash these and re-use them when feeding kittens. After only a couple uses the rubber tip gets stuck in the tube and comes off the plunger and you can't get it out. If you buy them knowing they are basically disposable only one (or two) uses you are OK.
Apr 3, 2015 | By rico
Very professional tool
Jan 2, 2015 | By Collies
These syringes didn't last the short time that I needed them. The ink rubbed off during use and I was unable to measure the liquid to tube my puppies. I was very disappointed because I had heard good things about the monoject brand, but they weren't usable when I needed them most.
Works great for flea medications
Oct 5, 2014 | By DeeDee Lee
I ordered these syringes to use for applying flea medications to my cats. I buy it in bulk and then administer the dose each cat needs. These syringes work quite well, as the opening is smaller than the syringes I could find at the feed store. I didn't get the needles as I didn't need them so I can't say how those work but the syringes themselves are well worth it.
Works great for oral medications
Oct 5, 2014 | By DeeDee Lee
I ordered these syringes to use for giving oral medications to my cats. They work quite well, as the opening is smaller than the syringes I could find at the feed store. I didn't get the needles as I didn't need them so I can't say how those work but the syringes themselves are well worth it.
good for the price
Sep 19, 2014 | By BUNNYMOM
Not as good as the previous brand they carried(which I guess are no longer available.) Sometimes they stick in the plastic container but you can pry them out. Not as many uses with each syringe( I use for oral meds and wash in between uses-- Plunger gets too hard to work.)
Jul 1, 2014 | By Anne
Good quality syringes.
Apr 20, 2014 | By Terry Malloy
Always top notch
was happy to find these
Nov 29, 2013 | By the mad catter :-)
Have been looking for these curved tip syringes-other brands have a tip that is too wide-these are narrow so liquid doesn't come out to quickly when feeding
Sep 26, 2013 | By Semper Fi
Exactly what I wanted, arrived as promised, and the price was right.
Jul 26, 2013 | By BettyH.
Easy to hold and read.I am an older person and appreciate the large bold print on these. I use these without a needle to administer liquid medication to the tiny dogs.Works great!
May 22, 2013 | By bunnymom
You can't beat the price or the value!