Qlicksmart SnapIT Lite Ampoule Opener
The Qlicksmart SnapIT Lite ampoule opener was invented by an Australian registered nurse, Glen Riverstone, after too many on-the-job cuts from ampoules. While everyone suggested that he use a file, the edge of his T-shirt, or even tissue to open those glass ampoules, he wanted something with superior safety – something that could create an extended lever to protect his hand/fingers from the ampoule lid, and hold on to the broken lid.
The SnapIT Lite Ampoule Opener eliminates the risk of cutting yourself when opening glass ampoules, removing the anxiety of working with glass ampoules. The SnapIT range are re-usable and simple to use with a quick “insert and snap” action. The SnapIT Lite is made from a sturdy and high quality plastic. It is perfect for hanging on a lanyard or clip, or for carrying in a pocket for easy, on-the-go use. A hexagonal anti-roll collar ensures the SnapIT Lite remains stable when placed on a table or trolley. Long gone are the days of opening glass ampoules with hands, gauze or paper towels!
The SnapIT Lite is designed to fit most ampoules 1mL-15mL and is compatible with ampoule diameter from 7.15mm to 9.75mm.
SnapIT was designed to protect users from injury when an ampoule exposes a sharp edge or shatters while being opened. With a simple “insert and snap” action, it offers users a peace of mind when opening glass ampoules.
Fast response, easy payment, It delivered very fast, in great condition and I love it. It’s easy to use and very safe. I don’t have to worry about of hurting myself. Definitely well recommended! Thank you so much.
Easy to use, fantastic service
Definitely helps me as a student from preventing my thumb from being sliced open. Happy with it.
Only problem I have is that it needs to be tucked into my nurses pouch that I have otherwise it’ll be constantly clacking. Other than that, great lil device.
Awesome service with prompt delivery,
Was surprised it was plastic but still does the job.
It is a plastic thing not hard and easy to open the side when I put ampoule in and feel unsafe to use.