ergonomic design fits well in any hand, and also helps avoid burying the nose of
the stapler in the wound.
Palpable (you can feel it, feelings, ooooh feeelings) and audible (you can hear
it) click to confirm staple formation.
Visible staple counter..
Promotes ease of removal due to anti-rotation style.
The only stapler we ever sold — That's because it really is the best one out
On February 18, 1879, George W. McGill of New York was awarded a patent for what would become the first commercially successful stapler - The McGill's Patent Single Stroke Staple Press. This device used wire staples that were inserted into the machine one at a time. The "Single-Stroke" part of the name derives not from the one-at-a-time loading of the staples, but from the fact that the machine inserted and clinched a wire staple in a single operation of the plunger. This set it apart from most other paper fasteners of the time that required multiple operations.
Surgical staplers are a natural progression from the traditional stapler.
Their ease of use, speed in surgery, and reduced risk of a pin prick make them
very popular. The Reflex One has been our brand of choice — and why not, it is
considered the best surgical stapler on the market. Beware of cheap imitations
that look like staplers but are really jammers, manglers and stuckers! There's
only one surgical stapler and that's the Reflex One.
George W. Mcgills' Stapler
Question? Do you really need a sterile
stapler? Stop and think — ask yourself " Do I really need a sterile
stapler?" and if the answer is no — then check out the Reflex
One non-sterile staplers. They're the same great product, just packed
non-sterile, and less expensive!