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Adventure Medical Kits Tick Nipper

Adventure Medical Kits Tick Nipper - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The Adventure ® Medical Kits Tick Nipper is an indispensable tool for camping, hiking or backpacking. The Tick Nipper pliers are easy to use and safer than using your fingers or tweezers to remove ticks. They're made of tough, lightweight plastic and are dishwasher safe after use. The long, thin jaws slide under the tick without cutting or squeezing it, and a 20X lens in the hub allows you to examine and identify the tick afterwards.

  • Made of tough, lightweight engineering plastic
  • Long, thin jaws slide under tick without cutting or squeezing it
  • Slips easily into your pocket for quick use
  • Length: 4.25"
  • Washable with soapy water after use, dishwasher safe
  • Bowl-shaped jaws cradle tick safely after liftoff
  • Big stops between handles keep you from cutting the tick as you grip it
  • 20X lens in hub lets you examine the tick afterwards
  • Contoured handles sit snugly in your hand
  • Adventure Medical Kits
Country of Origin: United States
Web ID: 12644458

Customer Reviews:

Adventure Medical Kits Tick Nipper 4.5 5 11 11
Useful tool to purchase! Aestetically looks good and useful to work! Hard to evaluate until a tic problem comes along! Which you hope never happens! January 22, 2015
Lite weight and easy to use I bought this item to take camping with me. I'm an Assistant Scout Master for a Boy Scout Troop. While going camping and as boys do like to play and explore in the woods. So we have the boys check themselves for ticks. And the Last time we went out those boys did have some ticks. So it was very helpful in removing those tick for arms, legs and other places. But it was very easy for the boys to use to remove those ticks. I would like to thank you for this items. January 15, 2015
Great tool Purchased for my mom. She was thrilled. This keeps her hand off the tick so there is no cross contamination January 14, 2015
very handy if you hike,hunt or fish. I have found this to be functional and easy to use. The risk of virus/bacteria infection from ticks goes up the longer it is attached. With this tool in the field you can remove the tick easily reducing the risk.I will carry one for sure. November 5, 2013
This nipper works miracles for removing ticks and...does not scare the children. I keep one of these in each of my first aid kits because we live in the country and around a lot of woods and tall grass where these buggers tend to wait. I have had to use the tick nipper multiple times this year on pets and family members, it works as it claims. June 14, 2013
Great little tool Already used this to remove about half a dozen ticks from my dog. 2 already attached this tool removed heads and everything with no problem. May 7, 2013
Get it offa me, Now! Kind of bulky when compared to the teardrop shaped aluminum jobbie. This tool is effective on humans but even better when used on pets/furry animals. The aluminum tool is much less bulky but better used on smooth(human)skin. August 21, 2012
works great My dog had a tick just above her eye. The tick remover removed it safely and without fuss. June 26, 2012
Buy it With spending time on the farm putting up feeders & stands, I've had the opportunity to use this device many many times, and I can say it works fantastic! Get's the tick intack with the head out making the healing process much faster! I highly reccomend this product! May 22, 2012
High hopes for the next tick Have not used the tick nipper yet but it is going into the out-of-doors whatever comes up kit. Looks like it will be a valuable instrument to try out on the next tick. May 14, 2012
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