Hi, I have a barely-used Sil-serter if anyone wants it. I have the instruction booklet to go with it as well. The Sil-serter is compatible with Medtronic Silhouette (both Medtronic proprietary and luer-lock version) infusion sets .

Let me know if you want it.
Thanks!

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Hi, is this sil-serter still available? I'm wanting to switch over from the quick set to the silhouette, i'm on the leaner side and tired of the pain I have from the quickset.

Thanks so much, Ken

Hi Ken! Yes, I still have it. If you send me a message with your address info, I can send that out to you. Thanks!!!

The silhouettes go in much easier and better if they are inserted manually. I don't even like that certer thing.

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