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Wake up to a Free Electronic Pipette!

Published: Thursday, October 18, 2012
Last Updated: Thursday, October 18, 2012
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Biowake BV (Arnhem, The Netherlands), the High 5! company, have today announced that they are giving away free ergonomically designed electronic pipettes to all customers ordering filter tips or pipette tips.

The low retention tips are made from high quality virgin polypropylene fit most popular brands of pipettors. They are also available in low binding versions and are DNase and RNase free.

‘Biowake represents a new dawn in affordable automation’ commented CEO of Biowake, Erdal Demir. ‘Until now, the prices of everyday consumables such as filter tips, pipette tips and molecular biology products have been artificially high due to the many players in the supply chain. By supplying direct from our manufacturing facility, we aim to offer significant savings in consumables budgets. We are so confident we won’t be beaten on price that we will are giving away state of the art electronic pipettes to all customers that purchase filter tips or pipette tips from us.

‘A single channel electronic pipette will be shipped when a customer orders over 500 Euros worth of filter tips or pipette tips, whereas a multi-channel electronic pipette will be shipped with over 1000 Euros worth of filter tips or pipette tips, explained Erdal Demir, ‘To take up this great offer, visit our website,’

‘At Biowake, we have developed our unique ‘High 5!’ philosophy where customers can expect High Quality, High Performance, High Purity, High Service at Highly Competitive prices! This promotion is the first of many we have planned which we believe will change the way people buy their automation consumables in the future’.

Biowake was formed as a result of the increasing pressure on our pharmaceutical, academic and industrial customers to deliver the same high quality results, but with a constantly shrinking budget.

Biowake supply an extensive range of high quality, high purity consumables including manual pipette tips as well as robotic tips compatible with all popular brands of automation equipment.

To complement their consumables range, Biowake also offers manual and automated pipettes and liquid handlers, sample storage tools and traceability products. To find out more, visit

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