Littmann classic II S.E stethoscope Caribbean Blue @ Amazon (1-4 weeks del)
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Littmann classic II S.E stethoscope Caribbean Blue @ Amazon (1-4 weeks del)

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Found 30th Oct 2015
Click on more buying choices to get this price including Prime delivery.

Normally around £60 on Amazon and the cheapest I've seen elsewhere is about £45.
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At this price it's worth the wait. Schorchio!
Now price is £57.42. Shame.
newva10man

Now price is £57.42. Shame.



You need to click on 'more buying choices' - it's still there for £20
This will be handy for pretending to be a real doctor in my local hospital.
Unbelievable price, that's one present for my veterinary nurse wife sorted, great find thank you!!
Thx been after one of this for work for ages but couldn't justify paying so much without the NHS increment, now I can justify at this price lol
brilliant price
hot hot hot a pity I just bought my copper one from Foyles for £70
Looks like is only available in Caribean Blue at that price. All the other colours are a lot more.
My partner is a doctor and she says it's a great price.
Bargain, ordered, thanks
nice. non medic profs what you going to do with yours?
default12

nice. non medic profs what you going to do with yours?



Probably playing doctor with the OH. 'I think you need your chest examining', etc. etc.
default12

nice. non medic profs what you going to do with yours?



​well buy also a naughty nurse outfit and some adults toys then we can play ER...
Any deals on lock picks and dynamite around??
Why?
Down to £17.87 now!!
default12

nice. non medic profs what you going to do with yours?


Listen to chests, hearts, tumblers in safe locks, etc. - what else is there to do with one?
hoocheycoochey

Any deals on lock picks and dynamite around??


You won't need dynamite with one of these and a little skill!
Thank you so much! My daughter has just started a degree in medicine and needed one and we were looking at paying a LOT more than that. Ordered and at £17.87 it's a steal !!!
You can use this to fix your microwave. Listen carefully...
sold out
I feel a cancellation email in the wind.........or a "sorry we have tried but we just cant find a supplier at this price''
Edited by: "twinkle" 30th Oct 2015
Last time I ordered a cheap stethoscope on Amazon from here a month ago got a cancellation email.
Is this available on prescription?
Just received an email confirming cancellation of order due to pricing error. However, I ordered two and they said they will honour one as a goodwill gesture.
celine55

Just received an email confirming cancellation of order due to pricing … Just received an email confirming cancellation of order due to pricing error. However, I ordered two and they said they will honour one as a goodwill gesture.



Well I've jsut gotten an email, 5 weeks after making the order and its been canceled now. Well **** off
Received an email today too. Anyone else?
Just received e-mail too. Order of 1 unit has been cancelled.
Same here, cancelled!!
Just got an email cancelling my order, despite being told they would honour one of the 2 I had ordered as a goodwill gesture, lying toads!
I'm intrigued why so many of you bought a stethoscope - unless you are a medical student / lost yours as a doctor / buying for your medical student son or daughter. That can't be all of you

EDIT: Or vet as a previous poster said!
Edited by: "Firefly1" 1st Dec 2015
Firefly1

I'm intrigued why so many of you bought a stethoscope - unless you are a … I'm intrigued why so many of you bought a stethoscope - unless you are a medical student / lost yours as a doctor / buying for your medical student son or daughter. That can't be all of you :pEDIT: Or vet as a previous poster said!


I'm a medical student, but nurses, physio etc also need them too you know.
I already have one, but you'd be surprised how easy it is to lose these things or have them stolen. Hasn't happened to me and normally I'd have waited until it happened, but at that price I thought it was worth investing in a back up
Edited by: "freyr" 1st Dec 2015
freyr

I already have one, but you'd be surprised how easy it is to lose these … I already have one, but you'd be surprised how easy it is to lose these things or have them stolen.



Oh, those light fingered junior doctors
cb-uk

Oh, those light fingered junior doctors


not just the junior doctors i'm afraid, apart from cardiologist, I haven't seen a consultant with their own stethocope on them, hence they "borrow" and sometimes forget to return.
I have checked old email, where they mentioned as a goodwill gesture they will fulfil 1 stethoscope out of three, but I cant see that in email. Probably they have deleted that sentence. Has anybody else checked their emails.
freyr

I'm a medical student, but nurses, physio etc also need them too you … I'm a medical student, but nurses, physio etc also need them too you know. I already have one, but you'd be surprised how easy it is to lose these things or have them stolen. Hasn't happened to me and normally I'd have waited until it happened, but at that price I thought it was worth investing in a back up



I keep mine around my neck and remember who borrowed it
There's always a stethoscope by the blood pressure machines in our hospital and very very rarely ever see a nurse or physio with their own rather than the wards. Apart from basic obs / BP - if the patients MEWS score changes, a doctor will be bleeped. They aren't going to be auscultating the lung fields (unless a nurse practitioner perhaps, but I see that more in A&E or GP triage).
Edited by: "Firefly1" 1st Dec 2015
Firefly1

I keep mine around my neck and remember who borrowed it :pThere's always … I keep mine around my neck and remember who borrowed it :pThere's always a stethoscope by the blood pressure machines in our hospital and very very rarely ever see a nurse or physio with their own rather than the wards. Apart from basic obs / BP - if the patients MEWS score changes, a doctor will be bleeped. They aren't going to be auscultating the lung fields (unless a nurse practitioner perhaps, but I see that more in A&E or GP triage).



Yea, most don't have their own stethoscopes, hence borrowing always happen haha.
Used to be a HCA in nurse led neuro preassessment, and of course the preassessment nurses had their own since they used it on every patient, but generally its not needed
Just to let anyone else know, if you did receive an email honouring one item and then have it cancelled then complain. I called Amazon and they agreed they were in the wrong, I even got to choose another colour as that one was in stock.. I just received my Stethoscope in black today, exactly the same model for just over £17
celine55

Just to let anyone else know, if you did receive an email honouring one … Just to let anyone else know, if you did receive an email honouring one item and then have it cancelled then complain. I called Amazon and they agreed they were in the wrong, I even got to choose another colour as that one was in stock.. I just received my Stethoscope in black today, exactly the same model for just over £17


Yea, also emailed them to complain, however it just said to reorder and let them know the order numebr and the difference will be refunded since amazon themselves didn't sell this anymore (i'm assuming he meant in this colour).
I was instructed to use the link he provided, which linked to a caribbean blue stethoschope, so I didn't have the choice to choose a different colour. I think you were lucky! Personally caribbean blue wouldn't have been my first choice, but with NUS discount, a stethoscope for just under £17 isn't bad!
Edited by: "freyr" 5th Dec 2015
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