ClearSpec Vaginal Speculum

Better performance at a better price

ClearSpec is an advanced disposable vaginal speculum that is clinically proven to improve visualization of the cervix and minimize patient discomfort. 

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Buy 4 Boxes. Get 1 Free.  

Receive 1 free box of 25 Disposable Vaginal Speculums with Integrated Sheath when you purchase 4 boxes between 10/4/21 – 12/31/21.

Learn more and complete the online redeption form by 2/28/22. 

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Free Box of ClearSpec Disposable Specula

The ClearSpec Advantage

ClearSpec features a polyurethane sheath for multi-planar tissue retraction and a reusable LED speculum illuminator that fits into the handle of the ClearSpec.

The ClearSpec Single-Use Vaginal Speculum with LED Illumination:

  • Improves visualization of the cervix
  • Provides light for 100+ exams
  • Minimizes patient discomfort
  • Reduces the risk of cross-contamination
  • Eliminates the expense of reprocessing metal speculums
  • Improves physician workflow
Cervix using ClearSpec
View of cervix using ClearSpec
Cervix normal
View of cervix using a standard speculum
ClearSpec in Hand

How To Buy

ClearSpec Single-Use Speculums are available in three sizes: small, medium and large. Each box of 25 ClearSpec speculums includes one FREE LED Illuminator. The reposable high-powered LED Speculum Illuminator provides light for over 2 hours.

ClearSpec is sold in the U.S. and Internationally both online and through authorized distributors.

“My practice has traditionally used metal speculums for many years but I have found that incorporating ClearSpec Speculums into my practice has been extremely useful. It has really helped me tremendously in visualizing the cervix especially in patients with pelvic floor support defects. I have also found it extremely useful for my procedures in that it facilitates a clearer view of the cervical os, which is essential. I use it now for all my Colposcopies, Hysteroscopies, IUD placements and Endometrial Biopsies. In my opinion, this is clearly a device that should be standard of care for every OB/GYN office.”

Dr. Steven Fern

Obstetrics and Gynecology Physician