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Condition:
New – Open box:
An item in excellent, new condition with no functional defects. The item may be missing original packaging and may have been used for testing or demo purposes. The item includes accessories found with the original product and may include a warranty. See the seller's listing for full details and description.
Seller Notes:
“NOTHING BETTER THAN BRAND NEW KARL STORZ !!!”
PN:
8655C
Model:
8655C
Country/Region of Manufacture:
Germany
MPN:
8655C
Brand:
Karl Storz
Country of Manufacture:
Germany



8655C Karl Storz Elevator Curved 90 deg 23 cm

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