Revolutionary New Hand-Held Ultrasound Mettler Electronics’ newest therapeutic ultrasound is the Mettler Electronics Sonicator 718. This full-powered (2 Wcm continuous, 3 Wcm pulsed), new ultrasound is so portable that it fits into the palm of your hand. To get your wall-power-free experience started, it will come with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and a charger. When you are in the clinic, you can also treat patients using power from the wall. Optional items include a handy pouch with a shoulder strap for use in the field as well as a stand for use in the clinic.
- Small portable size
- Full clinical power
- Contact indicator
- One-hand operation
- Rechargeable battery (included)
- Organic EL display (electro-luminescence)
- Weight: 7.1 oz. (200 g)
- Dimensions: 5.3 in (H) x 2.3 in (W) x 2.2 in. (D), 134 cm (L) x 59 cm (W) x 55 cm (D)
Commonly asked questions
Q: There is another handheld ultrasound on the market for a lot less money. How does the Mettler Electronics Sonicator 718 compare to that unit?
A: Don’t be fooled by other portable ultrasounds. They are very low-powered and only operate in a pulsed mode. This makes them not practical for clinical use. The 718 is a full-powered ultrasound unit in the palm of your hand. It is the only unit on the market with these powerful capabilities.
Q: Is the 718 waterproof?
A: Both units are waterproof so you can perform underwater treatments with ease.
Q: Does the 718 come with everything I will need to get started?
A: Both units come complete with the unit, power supply, battery, battery charger, user manual, and sample size of ultrasound gel.
Q: Why would I purchase a 718 over a 740 clinical ultrasound?
A: If you need to truly be portable with your ultrasound the 718 is a perfect unit for you. Now you can treat your patients on the sidelines, in the dugout, on the airplane, or wherever you may need to be. Traveling between patient rooms is now easier and eliminates the use of a treatment cart. The clinical units like our Sonicator 740 are still a bit more powerful and are considered portable, but the 718 just takes portability one step further.