ID Your Tip

Pros and Cons

PROS

  • Does not require a proprietary adapter.
  • Can interchange with metal tip and other disposables.
  • Has O-Ring Tip Lock for safety.

CONS

  • Red Alert: Spree does not have dedicated air/water separation channels to prevent leaking.
  • No separation of air and water because there are no separate channels.
  • You cannot switch from water to immediate dry air, costing you more time with patients.
  • It is shorter than metal tips, meaning adjusting your normal reach habits.
  • Have one-piece construction, meaning an entire product run could be faulty.

Spree® ADAPTER REQUIRED

CHARACTERISTICS:

  1. Water comes out of the center channel and air out the six surrounding chambers and only comes in a clear finish.
  2. Spree's proprietary adapter must be loosened and tightened on the removal and the insertion of tips.
  3. After loosening adapter, tip is inserted an is supposed to seat firmly on the adapter protrusion. Incorrect seating leads to leakage. Note, no seal at the point of contact to searate air/water.
  4. Tip must be double checked to ensure it is properly seated into adapter, or it can blow out during use.
SPREE® BIOFREE TIP™
Has Biodegradable Version NO YES
Proprietary Adapter NO YES
Can Switch with Metal YES NO
Can Use Other Disposables YES NO
Available in Variety of Colors NO YES
Same Length as Metal NO NO
Can Visually see Air Chamber NO YES
Free Adapters NO YES
Lifetime Support Program NO YES
Exchange For Free Program NO YES
Available Direct or Dealer NO YES
Has O-Ring Tip Lock YES NO
Has Dedicated Air/Water Chambers NO YES
Has Competitive Upgrade NO YES
Plant-A-Tree Program NO YES
Has Customer Loyalty Program NO YES
Has Customer Rewards Program NO YES
Has Two Tip lengths NO YES