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- Length 6.1 inches (155mm)
- Width 6.5 inches (167mm)
- Height 8.9 inches (227mm)
I used Many implants motors in the past and even today like NSK, WH etc.I'm using the woodpecker Implanter about 4/5 years, for me with better quality than others that cost the triple of the price. Easy display and very easy to use. Today I try the Implant Air what I can say is awesome half of the size of the original and the same or better quality and once more very easy to use and with Led with no extra cost. Thanks Daniel
Being early in my implant career, I have only the previous generation woodpecker motor to compare to which I have used both on my course (models and pigs heads) and to place my first implants. I was looking to purchase a motor for myself and this one fit the bill in both cost and features.
The motor arrived well packaged in double cardboard boxes and inside those was a nice aluminium travel case. This is a nice touch especially if you intend on using the motor in multiple practices.
Setup was super simple and the instruction manual stayed firmly in its plastic packaging for the initial assembly.
The most impressive thing I first noticed about the motor is its diminutive size and footprint. The old motor unit takes up approximately 3 times the worktop space and I dare say if you have a sturdy bracket table, the new one would fit on it with room for the handpiece holder!
Everything feels well made as per the other products I’ve had from woodpecker. If anyone has the O-star, it’s that level of quality if not even higher!
All the menus are really easy to use and setup and I particularly like the fact that is shows the peak torque reached when placing the implant itself. Super handy for writing up the notes.
The handpiece holder does a great job and should stop any trips to the floor for the handpiece and the led is a must for me and this one is certainly bright enough.
I’m looking forward to using it in earnest in the next few weeks and will add updates as I have more to report back on.