Sheep Heart - Uncut
Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount
- Buy 10 - 99 and pay only $3.10 each
- Buy 100 or above and pay only $2.70 each
SHEEP HEART - UNCUT
*Please note this item is preserved for educational display or dissection use. Product is not alive nor is it edible.
*California Residents Only – Proposition 65 – www.p65warning.ca.gov
Posted by Unknown on Oct 28th 2019
Specimens arrived on time and without issue.
Much better than last year's hearts
Posted by Matthew LeDuc on Jan 23rd 2019
Hearts this year were not dry, they were a good size, the only issue that we had is that several hearts had the superior and inferior vena cava removed and some even were missing half of the right atrium, but 90% of the hearts were great.
Always an Excellent Specimen
Posted by Terry Gaunt on Nov 26th 2018
I've been ordering this product for many years now and I'm always satisfied and never disappointed. I appreciate the outstanding specimens.
Couldn't ask for anything better
Posted by N. Rivera on Oct 8th 2018
For the past 6 years I used these specimens to teach about the organs of the body, the effect of a sedentary life style and the benefit of a good nutrition.
Overall, good product
Posted by Joel Wade on Apr 26th 2018
The product was a great value when compared to other companies. Students were able to use this product and identify all the structures. I would order this product again.
Good specimens, well preserved
Posted by Jenifer on Apr 23rd 2018
These were a good value. It would have been perfect if they had been more consistent as to which of the great vessels were attached at the base of the heart
Overall, good quality
Posted by Unknown on Apr 21st 2017
We did our dissections of the sheep hearts in class and the kids found them to be very easy to identify all the pertinent structures. The hearts were in good condition, not overly offensive in terms of odor. The hearts were in great shape and worked well in class.
Posted by Unknown on Nov 7th 2016
The heart themselves were great for external and internal observation, as all the necessary features were present and large enough to be distinguished. The main problem was that during packaging/shipping many hearts were misshapen which made it difficult for students to locate and identify some structures.