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Safety 1st Electronic Nasal Aspirator

Safety 1st Electronic Nasal Aspirator

1.8 from 5 reviews

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    RMcFarlane

    RMcFarlaneNSW

    • 15 reviews
    • 1 like

    Amazed at how well it works

    published

    Perfect machine! Does the job, strong suction when all parts are put together correctly ( I learnt this after the first clean). It has been a godsend to us. Our 11 month old has his first prope cold & we haven't slept in almost a week. We tried the bulb aspirator, sucking his nose ourselves, steam & nothing worked but this works in a matter of seconds. I absolutely love it!

    knickerz

    knickerzQueensland, Australia

    • 7 reviews

    Whatta a piece of junk

    published
    LisaD

    LisaDCanberra

    • 2 reviews
    • 2 likes

    Waste of money

    published

    Doesnt work, didnt suck any of the snot from my sick boy's nose, used saline drops and tried clearing him up and it didnt even get the saline out. Waste of $40!

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    BeeNhi

    BeeNhi

    • 2 reviews

    Poorest and uneffective product I have ever used.

    published

    Plastic button broke after a few time uses. The sucking force is not strong enough, and the service with Safety First company is the worst, very poor and impolite, they ignored your complaint.

    Vesna

    Vesna

    • 5 reviews
    • 1 like

    DOESNT WORTH A CENT PAID

    published

    I both this product when my baby was congested selecting from a couple asps available on themarket that are electronic i found this one the most affordable price. This ends up here. After 3 days using the product completely died without sucking power. Its useles. Went trough instructions and nope nothing helps its a waste of money and i wish i could of return it but I throw away the package and receipt.
    If you want to invest in a good one buy more expensive brand will last longer than 3 days

    Questions & Answers

    NikonGirl

    NikonGirlasked

    How do you remove the receptacle? The instructions aren't clear.

    1 answer
    knickerz
    knickerz

    For memory a stiff wiggle. It is awkward as it is so small.

    Maria

    Mariaasked

    How do you clean this nasal aspirator?

    2 answers
    knickerz
    knickerz

    The tip has, for memory. 2 parts. a silicone and an inner piece. We used to pop out each morning after use, and soak in boiling water, which would release the yucky stuff, and then wash in soapy water. Try not to utilise any harsh chemicals to reduce risk of doing damage to the parts. Allow to air dry.

    knickerz
    knickerz

    ...also though. The rubber button on ours cracked and broke within months of being new. and the companies feedback and complaints line basically did not care whatsoever. So hot top for 2020: source similar from a different company.

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