This 30ml urine sample bottle is the same as those used by your GP. The sample pot comes with a lid and label and a reusable female urine funnel which is perfect for collecting urine into this type of sample cup.
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This offer is for 10 x 30ml Sample Cup with a screw on lid for easy sample transportation for the testing of urine samples for drug, pregnancy and ovulation tests. This offer also includes a free female urinal – use when you do not want to sit in an unsanitary public toilet or when there isn’t one around. As shown the One Step female urinal has been designed to fit perfectly the standard 30 ml sample bottle Completely hygienic and easy to use and allows women of all ages to urinate standing up, sitting down or in lying position without undressing. Discreet, portable and reusable. Designed not to flow back, splash or spill and is easily washable with warm soapy water and flick dried. Ideal for travel, camping hiking and at festivals as well as a more hygienic way to collect those urine samples.
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