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Tick Remover

Product Code: 7000
  • Removes ticks quickly, safely, and easily
  • Specially developed gripping jaws (for nymphs too)
  • Minimal risk of damaging ticks
  • Includes two alcohol swabs for disinfecting the bite location after the tick has been removed
  • 10% of Profits go to charity

      £5.00

      A tick is a spider-like arthropod parasite. It feeds on the blood of animals and people. A tick can transmit viruses, bacteria, parasites and even poison while sucking lood. Borrelia burgdorferi, the cause of Lyme disease, is the most wellknown and dangerous bacterium that may be present in a tick. This disease can eventually lead to various health complaints. A red ring around the bite area may be one of the first symptoms of Lyme disease.

      Ticks live in gardens, dunes, meadows and woodland. Be sure to check for ticks after spending time outdoors. To minimise the risk of infection, ensure that the tick is removed within eight hours. Do not anesthetize the tick with alcohol or other antiseptics and do not heat the tick with a cigarette or other hot objects. If the tick is stunned or heated (with a cigarette), it goes into shock and responds by releasing pathogens into the body through its saliva. A good tick remover will help prevent the tick from passing on harmful bacteria in its saliva.

      • Hold the tweezers with your thumb and middle finger and use your index finger to press on the rear end of the tweezers; the grab mechanism will now open.
      • Place the grab mechanism carefully over the tick - as closely as possible to the skin - and then allow the grab mechanism to close.
      • Then, with a few gentle tugs, pull the tick out vertically from the skin.
      • Disinfect the location of the tick bite and put the date of the bite in your diary.
      • If you are concerned, speak with or visit your Doctor.

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      Standard Delivery: UK Mainland orders placed before midday for delivery in 2 working days between 8am - 6pm. All deliveries are made Monday to Friday only, excluding bank holidays.

      UK Mainland: orders below the value of £40.00 after discount will be charged £2.99 for standard delivery.

      Standard delivery applies to Mainland UK addresses only.

      Excludes Northern Ireland, Scottish Highlands and Islands, Scilly Isles, Isle of Man or Channel Islands.

      Next Day Delivery: UK Mainland orders placed before midday for delivery in 1 working days between 8am - 6pm. All deliveries are made Monday to Friday only, excluding bank holidays.

      UK Mainland orders will be charged £5.00 for next day delivery.

      For Overseas Delivery click here

      A tick is a spider-like arthropod parasite. It feeds on the blood of animals and people. A tick can transmit viruses, bacteria, parasites and even poison while sucking lood. Borrelia burgdorferi, the cause of Lyme disease, is the most wellknown and dangerous bacterium that may be present in a tick. This disease can eventually lead to various health complaints. A red ring around the bite area may be one of the first symptoms of Lyme disease.

      Ticks live in gardens, dunes, meadows and woodland. Be sure to check for ticks after spending time outdoors. To minimise the risk of infection, ensure that the tick is removed within eight hours. Do not anesthetize the tick with alcohol or other antiseptics and do not heat the tick with a cigarette or other hot objects. If the tick is stunned or heated (with a cigarette), it goes into shock and responds by releasing pathogens into the body through its saliva. A good tick remover will help prevent the tick from passing on harmful bacteria in its saliva.

      • Hold the tweezers with your thumb and middle finger and use your index finger to press on the rear end of the tweezers; the grab mechanism will now open.
      • Place the grab mechanism carefully over the tick - as closely as possible to the skin - and then allow the grab mechanism to close.
      • Then, with a few gentle tugs, pull the tick out vertically from the skin.
      • Disinfect the location of the tick bite and put the date of the bite in your diary.
      • If you are concerned, speak with or visit your Doctor.
      There are no reviews for this product.
      Write a review

      Standard Delivery: UK Mainland orders placed before midday for delivery in 2 working days between 8am - 6pm. All deliveries are made Monday to Friday only, excluding bank holidays.

      UK Mainland: orders below the value of £40.00 after discount will be charged £2.99 for standard delivery.

      Standard delivery applies to Mainland UK addresses only.

      Excludes Northern Ireland, Scottish Highlands and Islands, Scilly Isles, Isle of Man or Channel Islands.

      Next Day Delivery: UK Mainland orders placed before midday for delivery in 1 working days between 8am - 6pm. All deliveries are made Monday to Friday only, excluding bank holidays.

      UK Mainland orders will be charged £5.00 for next day delivery.

      For Overseas Delivery click here

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