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This device gives needle-free injections using a jet the size of a human hair

This device can give you injections without having to use a needle. Developed by Portal Instruments, the hand held device can be loaded with a disposable dispenser and quickly replaced. The injections work by blasting a jet of air that is the size of a human hair meaning there is no blood and the mark can heal quickly. Produced by Jasper Pickering. Special thanks to Leon Siciliano.
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