Needle Pack 2 x 100 | 21G Green, 23G Blue | for Injection Cycles

Original price was: £17.99.Current price is: £15.99.

  • 200 Needle Pack
  • 100 Blue Injection Needles (1.25″ 30mm)
  • 100 Green Drawing Needles (1.5″ 40mm)
  • CE marked, individually wrapped sterile needles
  • Universal design
  • Will fit all Luer lock and Luer slip syringes made for detachable needles.
  • Discreet Packaging
SKU: HEA487 / G6 Category:

If you’re in need of reliable, precise needles for TRT and steroid injections, look no further than our 200 needle pack. Featuring 100 blue injection needles and 100 green drawing needles, this pack has everything you need for your injection needs.

Our blue 23G needles are the standard size for TRT and steroid injections, so you can trust that they’ll get the job done right. These disposable, long bevel luer lock hypodermic needles have a precision lancet point according to ISO 9626, with an exact and smooth bevel cut. They also have an innovative anti-coring treatment of the needle tube, ensuring consistent low penetration load of both needle and skin.

We take quality seriously, which is why our needles are regularly biomechanically and clinically analysed to ensure product quality. And since we understand the importance of sterility, our needles are sterile and have a shelf life of five years after sterilisation.

In this pack, you’ll receive 100 23G blue injection needles measuring 1.25″ (30mm) and 100 21G green drawing needles measuring 1.5″ (40mm). You’ll appreciate that we package all of our products securely in discreet, tight-wrapped plain grey postal bags with no mention of Zoom Health or the contents. The only labelling on our postal packaging is your address.

So whether you’re a healthcare provider or an individual in need of quality needles, our 200 needle pack is a must-have for your injection needs.

This combination is also available in a smaller, 40 needle pack.

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