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little anne lungs / choking charlie
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#1 Posted : 27 March 2008 00:00:00(UTC)
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Does anyone know the cheapest place to obtain lungs for Little Anne plus other spares.
 

I am also looking for a choking charlie or equivalent manakin either new or second hand.  Cheapest I have seen is about £320 so any cheaper would be fantastic.
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#2 Posted : 27 March 2008 00:00:00(UTC)
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Hi. Simulaids do one from boundtree.co.uk price under £200 ut contact them as through my company, I get 12.5% discount on laerdal products, you may get a further discount http://online.boundtree....odView.asp?idproduct=887
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#3 Posted : 01 April 2008 00:00:00(UTC)
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Hi Rockbat
 



I have a box of 96 brand new Little Annie lungs for sale, much cheaper than you can buy at any retailer.  I also have other manikin lungs and training aids for sale. 

 

Please drop me an email to sads1032@btinternet.com I am sure you won't find them cheaper anywhere else.

 

Regards

 

Brit
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#4 Posted : 01 April 2008 00:00:00(UTC)
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Monkey is right, Simulaids do a choking mannequin under £200 but it is no where near as good as the Choking Charlie. I suppose you get what you pay for in the end.
 

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#5 Posted : 01 April 2008 00:00:00(UTC)
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What's the £100 difference make to the product?

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#6 Posted : 03 April 2008 00:00:00(UTC)
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camster wrote:
What's the £100 difference make to the product?

 

On the surface, £100 does sound like a big difference in cost, and you might wonder how the price is justified.  But turn the question round:  if Simulaid could produce a manekin as good as Choking Charlie for, say, an extra £30, don't you think they would?

 

None of which is helping to answer the original question.

 

Ian
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#7 Posted : 03 April 2008 00:00:00(UTC)
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Yeah, no help at all. They look pretty similar to me. I suppose I'd have to try them both out to see the difference, even then I probably couldn't justify £100.

Is this just me? I'll shut up if it is...

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#8 Posted : 03 April 2008 00:00:00(UTC)
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Are you a trainer, Camster? Just wondered coz I have 1 of both and I prefer choking charlie, and always use that first if I get my way>
 

Money well spent on your equipment reflects on your training, so yes, it does make a difference......to me anyway! My students deserve the best!
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