The Classic® needle range is manufactured in a modern factory inside a class 10,000 clean room, complying with standards which exceed European Medical Directive requirements, aided by advanced analytic and testing facilities for quality controls which comply to ISO 13485 standards.

All Classic needles are sterilised with Ethylene Oxide providing 3 years storage stability.


Classic Original Acupuncture Needles

A silver plated traditional coil handle with no guide tube. This traditional needle is smooth, clean and easy to use.

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£3.96 £3.30 ex VAT As low as: £3.37
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Classic Plus Acupuncture Needles

A copper handle needle with guide tube, the Classic Plus is commonly used and recognised as the basic standard acupuncture needle, used extensively within the NHS and private clinics.

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£4.32 £3.60 ex VAT As low as: £3.24
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Classic Qi Acupuncture Needles

The Classic Qi needles have a high tensile body with excellent spring action designed for multi-purpose general acupuncture, moxibustion and electro-acupuncture.

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£5.52 £4.60 ex VAT As low as: £4.69
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Classic Qi Master Acupuncture Needles

Classic Qi Master needles have a Japanese style ultra-light alloy handle which provides great control of needle handling. This needle is ideal for very subtle stimulation.

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£5.94 £4.95 ex VAT As low as: £5.05
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Classic Jade Plastic Handle Acupuncture Needles

The Classic Jade needle has a fine and smooth silicon coating making the insertion even more gentle for sensitive patients. The ergonomically designed and lightweight plastic handle makes the needles convenient to use.

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£7.14 £5.95 ex VAT As low as: £6.07
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How to use Classic Jade Plastic Handle Needles

To achieve light and IMPACT-LESS needle insertion:

  1. Remove needle from blister
  2. Holding the tube push the handle into the guide tube very slightly (approx 1mm)
  3. Using the index finger to hold the handle against the guide tube.
  4. Place needle on site
  5. Put finger on handle
  6. Press handle down to inject needle
  7. Take away guide tube and manipulate the needle