History Of EAR-CLEAR Syringes.

Here's our first one. This is the original Ear-Clear made from 1994-1997. It was an 80cc syringe with the hand-crafted safety nozzle. It worked great but needed a larger water capacity. The syringe emptied in 4-5 seconds using steady firm pressure. Our large syringe is empty in 10-11 seconds using steady firm pressure. Each safety nozzle was hand-crafted. There was no other choice for assembly. We made two nozzles to get one nozzle to pass inspection. This safety nozzle was difficult to make. It was also made for the larger syringe until 2008.

1st version of safety ear nozzle on syringe. 1994-1996



Shown below is the "Master Blaster" (customer named). It was made for ten years (from 1998-2008). It's a 155cc catheter tipped syringe and hand-crafted safety nozzle. The nozzle was fragile if dropped when filled with water, but this large syringe needed less refills, and it wasn't meant to be dropped.

The "Master Blaster" is syringe earwax remover



Shown below is the "Gentle Giant" model. This was made from 2009 to present day. It's a large syringe with a Luer-Lock tip. It has a new and very durable ear nozzle. It still shouldn't be dropped. The ear nozzle is the strongest part of the device. This is the largest safety syringe available.

The "Gentle Giant II" is an ear wax remover.




This device was invented in 1994 by R. Brock and V. Thomas, M.D. The related background interests and experience of R. Brock was mechanical design, the need of earwax removal, and meeting Dr. Thomas. R. Brock made the device after consulting with Dr. Thomas. Several ear nozzle shapes and sizes were tested. They didn't work because they blocked the water drainage. After several months, this high volume safety nozzle worked without blocking the water drainage. This safety nozzle provided maximum water circulation without ear pressure build-up.

Dr. Thomas had his medical practice. His knowledge and experience of earwax removal made it possible to develop this device. Dr. Thomas was a hand surgeon when he was younger. When he was a senior citizen, he had a walk-in clinic in S. Florida. Among all the care and services he provided, he developed treatments for chronic pain relief using tissue proliferation. He was the kind of doctor who would prescribe natural medicines for treatment, instead of drugs whenever possible.