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MM850 Big Clint Fat Neck Model

This model is no longer available. It will be replaced soon with a slightly larger model (Big Conan MM860) with more options and easier neck skins.

Big Clint is a truck driver from Hokatika. The other day he collapsed on his way home. Bystanders found out Clint has trouble breathing, suspected there was a blockage of the airway and called 911. Big Clint was raced to the hospital for emergency surgery to his neck.

This product includes:

  • Big Clint Base
  • 5 Extra neck skins
  • 10 Membranes
  • 3 Trachea
  • 500g fatty tissue
  • Repair kit
  • Instructions
  • Plastic storage box

Optional is a large neck tumour with Luer connector.

Check out the instruction video for this product hereSend additional specifications per email:

How to use this model:

    • The skins can be cut through, afterward either repaired or replaced.
  • The white trachea can be repaired with a separate repair kit or be replaced with a new Trachea MM843 or with a blue plastic trachea tube.

  • After the training, all the neck skins and membranes can be repaired with the repair kit. See instructions on the repair kit. 



 kg. Total weight with the plastic storage case  kg.


Platinum Silicone, Plastic tubing 



I also wanted to give some feedback regarding this model. We use this to teach CICO rescue to the registrars for impalpable neck anatomy and it is great! I squirt liquid paraffin in the neck space as the registrars make the initial incision to simulate blood and the slipperiness that follows. Myself and a few other consultants who have done CICO rescue on sheep have found that this is a great model to teach and learn. We have had great feedback from the registrars who have used this model.

Kind regards,

Dr Faith Crichton, Consultant Anaesthetist, Supervisor of Training

My department purchase your difficult airway model “Big Clint” many years ago now and he has served us very well. He is used at least 4 times a year and the skins have also been reglued and reused several times over. I can attest to his durability as he has endured having his larynx pulled out, his trachea repaired and having his fat (from the fat jar) replaced. The only downside is we only have one. I notice he is being discontinued. Just wondering if the upgraded version Conan is available and if so how much? How much different is he from Clint?

Care instructions:

  • Do NOT pull on any hair [if applicable], and be gentle cleaning the model. As Silicone is an oil-based product, it may become a little shiny over time. Wipe off any oily residue with Isopropyl Alcohol. Dry with a hairdryer.
  • You can use talc powder to mattify shiny areas.
  • The silicone can be washed with warm soapy water and disinfected with Iso Alcohol.
  • Make sure all blood is removed from the blood tubes and avoid the use of sweet syrup-based blood. Store this product clean and dry in a dark and cool environment.
  • Models can be repaired with our FX Silicone Repair Kit. For more information on how to repair your silicone appliance, check our instructional video here.



MEDICFX warrants that the products supplied will be of good quality and reasonably fit for the purpose(s) mentioned in the descriptions. All products that are faulty or damaged need to be notified, with a photo of the damage, within a week after receiving the products. If the damage or fault is due to fabrication, the faulty product can be returned and repaired, replaced, or refunded.

MEDICFX offers a 6-month warranty on the silicone parts of your model. With normal, gentle use no rips or tears should occur. There is no warranty on hair-work.

All our trauma models are handmade and may have small imperfections and slight variations from our webshop image.