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Keebler
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Has anyone got this? - owner reviews are my favorites before I decide to get. It looks to be the best I've ever seen. Don't even have to touch the tick at all. It scoops it right up.

https://www.redcross.org/store/tick-nipper/0155-0661.html?gclid=Cj0KCQjwoInnBRDDARIsANBVyAQhncPbOVT0F1G-e9rniqMpPZSygJtTKHra5o3zhiWjk3sUc6xaUZ8aAhbWEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds

American Red Cross store but I see it's not made by them

Adventure Medical Kits' Tick Nipper

comes with a built-in 20x lens and features long, thin jaws that grasp ticks easily – with no squeezing or cutting.
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Keebler
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I see it's also at Amazon for over $3 more. 53, 4.5 star reviews here:

https://www.amazon.com/Adventure-Medical-Kits-Tick-Nipper/dp/B004HL2KAQ

Tick Nipper - Amazon

& set of two with 58, 4. reviews:

https://www.amazon.com/Adventure-Medical-Kits-Tick-Nipper/dp/B000WXX0OS
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Keebler
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- the underside of this will allow one to examine if all the tick mouth parts were removed. If not, they should be excised by a doctor. So, it's good to be able to see that.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvwVqllD-08

VIDEO 3-minute . . . Tick Nipper
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I don't know. I've always been skeptical of anything but tweezers.

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here is the best tick remover ever-
https://tickinfo.com/protickremedy It costs $5.89!
You can carry it with you on your key ring!

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