Welch Allyn Harvey Elite Stethoscope Unboxing
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Today, I'm gonna take you through the unboxing of the Welch Allyn Harvey Elite Stethoscope, with its superior comfort and auscultation capabilities. Before I make a Welch Allyn Harvey Elite Stethoscope review, let’s see first what it looks like fresh from the box.
All Welch Allyn Stethoscopes come in the same boxes. It’s a white cardboard box that says “Welch Allyn Stethoscopes, hear the difference." in the front, and it's got a picture of some Welch Allyn stethoscope, however, this is not the stethoscope that you get in the box.
The stethoscope that is pictured in all of the Welch Allyn boxes is the Welch Allyn Harvey DLX. See the Welch Allyn Harvey DLX Cardiology Stethoscope Review.
On the left side, it says “Welch Allyn Stethoscopes” and the address of the company is written.
At the bottom, it says “Welch Allyn” and recyclable box logo.
On the right side it says, “Welch Allyn stethoscopes, hear the difference.”
On the top, it just has the label and on the back, there is nothing.
So basically it’s just a generic unmarked box and the only way to know what’s inside is if you open it.
Inside the Box
When you open the box, you’ll see the stethoscope laid on a transparent plastic case with the spare kit and the Welch Allyn Harvey heart sound sampler CD. This CD has different heart sounds that you can learn and listen to.
You get a little pamphlet which is the user manual and the spare kit placed inside a plastic.
The spare kit includes a name tag, a spare non-chill ring, a spare pediatric diaphragm, a spare adult plastic diaphragm, and a little personalized name tag instruction in case you couldn’t figure out how to put that on.
The Adult side of the chest piece is a screw-off and on so you can remove the large diaphragm and then attach the pediatric one.
The Welch Allyn Harvey Elite Stethoscope has an A-frame design and is a dual-lumen stethoscope.
It has an open bell and an adult diaphragm attached to it. The chest piece is turnable which is great, ear tips attached to the stethoscope are small-sized ear tips. There are no extra ear tips included in the spare kit.
The binaurals have a spring tension that you can adjust according to your preference and is positioned to a neutral angle so you have to adjust it according to the most comfortable position for you. You can learn here the proper way to adjust your stethoscope.
See the full unboxing here:
I also made a detailed review of the Harvey Elite. I review my stethoscopes under ten aspects such as the weight, the tubing feel and a lot more and give them a score out of five, so by the end of the review they can have a total maximum score of 50 out of 50 stars.
Check out another Welch Allyn Stethoscope:
Do you own a Welch Allyn Harvey Elite Stethoscope? What did you think during your unboxing?
If you have questions or suggestions for my next stethoscope review, please drop them in the comments below. I love hearing from you!
I’ll see you on my next one and remember as always, listen with your heart.