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Freedom Clear LS Long Seal External Catheter

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The Coloplast Freedom Clear LS Long Seal external male catheter is designed with a longer-length adhesive seal on a thin sheath, providing added comfort.
  • Designed with a longer-length adhesive seal
  • Provides added security and comfort
  • Kink-resistant nozzel prevents urine backflow
  • Latex-free

Freedom Clear LS Long Seal Male External Catheter

The Freedom Clear LS has a Long Seal to ensure the catheter stays in place. It features a longer-length adhesive seal on a thin silicone sheath plus a kink-resistant nozzle that eliminates urine backflow.

The Freedom Clear® LS catheter is self adhering, it applies easily by rolling on, there is no need for adhesive tapes. The thin sheath increases comfort and breathability. 100% Latex-free to eliminate skin irritation and provides constant skin visibility.


  • Not made with natural rubber latex
  • Self-adhering one-piece male external catheter
  • Kink resistant nozzle designed for maximum security
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Brand Name Freedom Clear
Manufacturer Number 5590, 5390, 5490, 5290, 5190
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