In just a couple of weeks I generated nearly $100 in revenue that I might not have otherwise. The price of the Firefly makes it very economical and easy to recoup the cost. Any of my concerns are minor and far outweighed by the benefit of having it.
Belmont, MA (PRWEB) July 29, 2014
The Firefly DE551 Veterinary Wireless Video Otoscope has been thoroughly reviewed by the leading veterinary blog called ‘A Vet’s Guide to Life.’ This independent review is a clear look at the Firefly Wireless Otoscope including Pro’s and Con’s, tips and photos from use, and a comparison between Welch Allyn specula and that of the Firefly ES108 XL Specula Kit.
The blog mentions several of the key reasons why Vets love incorporating the Firefly into their practice, including saving pictures and videos on the clinic computer, using it as a teaching tool, and for client compliance. In fact through the use of Firefly, in just a matter of days, the Vet reviewer generated $100 in revenue that he might not have otherwise earned.
The blog touches on several of the key differences between the DE551 and the Welch Allyn Otoscope, such as its lightweight/small size, highly desired wireless capability, high resolution images, video/image recording, and very affordable cost. As mentioned in the review, the Firefly DE551 is priced in an 'economical way that is easy to recoup the costs’.
To read the full blog post: click here.
Firefly Global is in the business of making high quality, affordable, video otoscopes and digital dermatoscopes for organizations worldwide. Firefly wireless and wired cameras are small, easy to use and standards-based, making integration with video conferencing solutions quick and easy. Already popular in Ear-Nose-Throat, Primary Care, Audiology, Telemedicine and Dermatology, the number of Veterinary practices using Firefly are multiplying rapidly.
Visit http://www.fireflyglobal.com to learn more.