Australia’s BEST nasal aspirator NOW BACK IN STOCK with new packaging!
Australia’s FIRST portable, battery operated nasal aspirator. It provides CONSTANT SUCTION and is ergonomically designed and PORTABLE, which makes it much easier and more convenient for parents to use than the traditional nasal aspirators.
It quickly, easily, and gently clears your baby’s nasal congestion IN SECONDS.
SNOTTY ONE does not require expensive replacement parts, once you purchase the aspirators you will not need to buy expensive bladders, nozzles or refills.
SNOTTY ONE was designed for the special needs of newborns, infants and toddlers. It is innovative, hygienic and portable and it is the first and only battery-powered baby nasal aspirator available in Australia, which is registered with the TGA(Therapeutic Goods Administration).
SNOTTY ONE provides you with continuous suction of approximately 50kPa, which is stronger than that of a traditional manual aspirator, yet it is gentle enough to be effectively used on your newborn or infant to remove nasal mucus.
SNOTTY ONE is battery operated and portable for your convenience.
Take it with you wherever you go!
SNOTTY ONE is fully submersible for your convenience, simply rinse your SNOTTY under the tap after each use.
SNOTTY ONE includes a plastic collection cup that helps you evaluate your baby’s level of congestion. It requires 2x AA alkaline batteries (not included).
Included with SNOTTY ONE are also 3 different nozzle tips to accommodate different flow rates for your baby as it grows. The tips are made of soft silicone protecting your baby’s delicate nose and making the aspirator comfortable to use. The tips as well as the collection chamber can be detached from the aspirator for cleaning and sterilization.
SNOTTY ONE comes in a zipper storage pouch, with three colour coded sterilisable silicone tips and an additional silicone seal to guarantee hygiene and optimum efficiency.
SNOTTY ONE really does work—and fast ! Just a quick run over the nose and you’re good to go !
* Contraindication to nasal aspiration or use of saline: If your child has undergone treatment or surgery you should ALWAYS consult your ENT specialist prior to attempting to aspirate.