- Dimensiones del producto: 36,8 x 4,2 x 17,1 cm ; 522 g
- Número de modelo del producto: 601MRS
- ASIN: B006BV5QAG
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 7 de agosto de 2018
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
ADC 601MRS Ad - Estetoscopio cardiológico convertible 601 con tecnología afinable AFD, diafragma pediátrico, 71 cm de largo, frambuesa metálica
- Pieza de pecho convertible para diafragma de adulto, campana o adulto/diafragma pediátrico, con un diseño de frecuencia ajustable (AFD) para mejorar el rendimiento acústico.
- La pieza del pecho está mecanizada con CNC para tolerancias exactas de acero inoxidable quirúrgico.
- Auriculares de cardiología de alto rendimiento con orificio grande de acero inoxidable binaural y almohadillas de silicona Ad Soft Plus para el mejor uso en comodidad y cierre acústico.
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El alcance ad 601MRS, nuestro alcance conversable que combina la versatilidad de nuestra legendaria Sprague con la excelencia acústica de nuestro 602. Pieza de pecho con máquinas CNC para tolerancias exactas de acero inoxidable quirúrgico para un rendimiento excepcional y una durabilidad robusta.
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I personally have had only two minor issues with this stethoscope. One is the eartips. The larger size are super soft, which is nice, and as comfortable as the Littmann ear tips. However, they tear very easily, and they way they are attached to the binaural is a weak point. There's a large metal disc the ear tips slip over, but since the ear tips are so soft, they tear right at the edge of the metal disc. I've only had this steth for around 6 months but I have already had to replace the ear tips. In contrast, I only had to replace my Littmann ear tips once in 4 years (and unfortunately, Littmann ear tips won't fit on the ADC). The smaller tips are not as soft and seem more tear resistant. The second issue is that the diaphragm ring, once it comes off the first time, seems to be stretched out a bit and comes off very easily now. If I am wrestling with a large dog, I have found the diaphragm on the floor afterwards. Other than those minor issues, this a really good quality, less expensive alternative to the expensive Cardiology III, and if you are looking for a viable alternative to the more expensive Littmann, this is a good choice.
Edited to add: I dropped my rating down to 3 stars. I've had this scope for a little over a year and have gone through two sets of eartips. Both sets have ripped in the same place (see above in my review). I am also dropping down to 3 stars because finding replacement eartips is a pain the butt. You can't just purchase them on the ADC website...you have to give them your email address and they will be "in contact" with you, which takes a day or two. I tried buying eartips elsewhere but it's really difficult to figure out which ones you need, so I ended up with the incorrect ones and had to return them. I still think the sound quality on this scope is great, but going through a set of eartips every six months is simply annoying. Until ADC fixes this issue, I am going to have to go back to my Littmann Cardiology III.
Accoustics: Awesome. I think it is better than littman's classic. The only other stethoscope that I thought was better was littman's master cardio 1. I never used littman's cardio III to compare. Able to pick up murmurs and lung sounds clearly, even through clothing.
Ear piece: Very poor. Although it comes with additional ear piece, they are very fragile, rips very easily with use. Littman hands down has better quality ear piece. I recently changed ear piece a month ago and now it has already started to rip. I really like the screw in ear tip though, never falls off.
Tubing: Super thick. (I guess expected of cardio tubes?) I don't really have a problem with it though.
Head piece: heavy. probably the heaviest one I have used. It still doesn't bother me. The screw-able bell has came off and now it does not fit into the head piece anymore after 3 years of use, so now I just screwed on the pediatric diaphragm on it instead.
General: it is a heavy stethoscope that has very good accoustics with poor quality. For the price and the warranty (I didn't know about lifetime warranty until now, I did not sign up and is in need of another stethoscope, so make sure you sign up for the warranty!), I would take this stethoscope vs littmann classic.
If anything, save up and buy littman master cardio, it is the best. For budget, I think this one is a good option.