We have the Leica RM2155 and RM2255. They both work very well and you can either hand crank, use a foot pedal like a sewing machine or a countertop touch pad. We have gotten very used to the foot pedal and we love them! You can cut 3 microns with no problems. Most all tissue (except really hard bone) cuts like butter with beautiful, even ribbons. I havent tried any others though. They hooked me in right from the demo and we have had them about 7-8 years. Good luck!
Christine Tambasco HT (ASCP)
St. Mary's Hospital
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