This scissor is available in 3-1/2", 4-1/2" and 5-1/2". Not only is it useful for the health professional it is useful for people who sew or need a scissor for tight places. It is stainless steel and floor grade which means it is for regular use, not an operating room. Imported.
Purchase this and you will also get a sprague-rappaport stethoscope at no additional charge, as seen here (click below):
Compact Sprague-Rappaport Stethoscope
Our stitch scissors (if any link is dead, that means it is out of stock):
length 3.5 inches for $1.99 (click here)
length 4.5 inches for $2.50 (click here)
length 4.5 inches quantity 48 + free stethoscope for $115.99 (click here)
length 5.5 inches for $2.50 (click here)
length 5.5 inches quantity 36 + free stethoscope for $87.49 (this page)
This may be available in the quantity you desire even if it tells you there is insufficient stock, even if it reports the available stock as 0. This is because they are available both one at a time and 36 at a time and so simply the entire inventory is not counted in this one listing, but rather only a portion is allocated to it. If for example we have 100 of them and we sell them 36 at a time for one price as well as one at a time for a different price, we wouldn't want to list them as 2 sets of 36 and 100 individual units available, because then it would be possible for customers to purchase more than 100 of them. It would also completely ruin any hope of bookkeeping because if say, 1 set of 36 and 18 individual units were sold, one listing would say there is one set of 36 available, and the other would say there are 82 available, one at a time, or 118 total, while in fact there would be 46 available, and what's worse, from the quantities shown, 36 and 82, there would be no way of reconstructing the number 46, so we'd have to count them again! This way the website actually accurately keeps track of how many there are. If you encounter an "insufficient stock" warning on your shopping cart, you can figure out how many there are actually available yourself by adding together how many are available in each quantity. So if it is listed as 50 units and 2 sets of 36 available, that's 122, and you can very well order 100 then, even though it will tell you the stock is insufficient if you try. If you do see an "insufficient stock" message, to see how many are actually in stock, please add together how many are available in each quantity (and remember that a quantity of for example 3 at 36 at a time is not 3, it's 108). The website will allow the order to be processed even in the event of such a warning for that reason. If there genuinely is insufficient stock, we will not charge your card but will contact you for further instructions.