The S3 StatTM is a patent-pending new medical accessory which finally solves the problem most healthcare professionals face of keeping their routinely used medical tape handy. We use tape to secure IV’s, bandages, splints, ET tubes etc., but where do we keep it? Is it bulging out of your pocket? Is it in your EMS jump bag, at the nursing station or supply closet? Is it dangling on your stethoscope because no one ever created a device to keep it secured?
Here are some of the details about the S3 Stat:
(Posted by d.iat on 27th Aug 2013)
fits on my walkie antenna, works great!
(Posted by amj on 27th Aug 2013)
Functionally perfect! Exactly what is pictured :)
(Posted by Unknown on 19th Mar 2013)
Got two great buy!
(Posted by L.Glenn on 4th Feb 2013)
Love it! Every nurse needs one!
(Posted by Jeff on 13th Dec 2012)
Works exactly as you expect. Sometimes the simplest idea is the best. No more tape falling off in the middle of a call.
(Posted by M.Golding on 17th Nov 2012)
Nice item... Genius
(Posted by Marlana on 10th Jun 2012)
Love my new stethoscope tape holder. Item was as described, fast shipping! Thx!
(Posted by M.E. - New York on 11th May 2012)
Cool Tape Holder! Can't Wait to use it on a Call!
(Posted by South Carolina - RN on 19th Feb 2012)
Great item. A MUST HAVE tool for nurses!
(Posted by Valina R. on 9th Jan 2012)
Received this product in prompt time. It has been a great assest in the field and not having to worry about where to find tape in a time of need. Easy to assemble and stays in place. I got the black one to match my stethoscope! Love it! :)
(Posted by Heather Green on 20th Dec 2011)
This is perfect for a floor nurse who is constantly looking for tape! Mine usually falls off my scope as I'm bending over in an isolation room - ICK! So this is perfect! I'm promoting it to my co-workers as well! Don't know how I functioned without it! Thank you!
(Posted by Sandra in Texas on 17th Dec 2011)
Awesome device...works very well!!
(Posted by MedicMartinez1 on 10th Nov 2011)
Yes, this SMART Tool is best for EMT's Medics, and any other profession that is a Bloodsucker in EMS and/or Pre-Hospital Setting. I bought the Black S3, so it almost makes my IV tape look like it is "floating" on my Black Stethescope. Lol. Since my purchase, I took it through abuse at my work and it is holding strong. When it comes to the Lung Assessment, I still hear the Pt's lungs without struggle. And like others say, Peel, Roll, Tear and done. Perfect Device, Highly Recommended.
Thank You Again, Statgear.
(Posted by Matt, NREMT-P on 22nd Oct 2011)
Excellent Device. The first shift after receiving my S3, the device proved it's worth. Tape was handy, no struggling with the roll, just rip off a piece and go.
Service was second to none. Highly recommend to anyone in the medical field.
(Posted by P. Walkowski on 14th Sep 2011)
This is an excellent little device for making my job less complicated. I would have gladly paid more for a such a simple addition to my equipment I carry for my job as an EMT in New London County, CT.
(Posted by PTDoc on 24th Aug 2011)
As a physical therapist working in both a hospital and homecare setting I have continuously found myself fidgeting through my pockets looking for a piece of tape to secure an IV or tape up a wound, then I was introduced to the S3 Stat, and boy has it been a pleasure.
I would recommend this item for anybody in the healthcare profession who ever uses tape and has a stethoscope!
(Posted by Unknown on 19th Aug 2011)
I started using this product and thus far I have been very happy with it. It keeps the tape secure so it doesn't interfere with the sound of stethoscope and it keeps the tape handy.
(Posted by Unknown on 18th Aug 2011)
First, I want to thank you very much for your amazingly fast shipping. I got my new "tape holder" in just a few days after purchasing. Furthermore your customer service was very friendly and helpful in answering all of my questions
I felt I just needed to tell you about my job yesterday. I was on a job where we had a patient that was severely hypotensive, pale and diaphoretic. He was in extreme pain and constantly moving around. After I established an IV the venaguard was unable to secure the IV in place. I turned to my partner and asked him to give me a piece of tape to secure the line. He smiled, and pointed to my neck where I had my stethoscope and my new "tape holder". Needless to say, the line was quickly secured!
Thanks StatGear for an amazing tool!