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Eppendorf Launches its New Spring 2014 Advantage Offer

Published: Saturday, April 05, 2014
Last Updated: Saturday, April 05, 2014
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New offer enables customers to purchase products at favourable prices.

Eppendorf has launched its latest Advantage Offer, enabling customers to purchase premium quality products at very favourable prices.

The new limited time offers, ‘More Than Just a Tube’, provide up to a 27% cost saving on specific bundles, all carefully designed to help users get the most from the new Eppendorf Tubes® 5.0 mL system.

These great value bundles include the refrigerated multipurpose Centrifuge 5810 R, the new Eppendorf ThermoMixer® C, and the new Multipette® M4.

With its conical design and optimized adapters, the Eppendorf Tube 5.0 mL is designed for efficient and easy use in common lab procedures, including pipetting, mixing, centrifugation and storage.

First-time users can benefit from the Eppendorf Tubes 5.0 mL Starter Pack, which provides savings of up to 27%. This comprehensive Starter Pack comprises 400 Eppendorf Tubes 5.0 mL in PCR clean purity, eight universal adapters for rotors with bores for 15 mL conical tubes and two 5.0 mL racks.

For those looking to undertake more advanced liquid handling tasks, such as pipetting a long series of samples, the Eppendorf Multipette/Repeater® M4 Advantage Bundle includes a new Multipette M4 with matching accessories, along with an additional pack of Combitips advanced® in PCR clean purity at a noticeably lower price than standard Combitips advanced. This exclusive bundle gives a combined saving of 23%.

For mixing tasks, Eppendorf is offering a bundle including one ThermoMixer C and two exchangeable SmartBlocks (for 1.5 mL and 5.0 mL tubes) - delivering an overall saving of up to 25%.

Finally, the Centrifuge 5810 R, ideally suited to workflows in medium to high-throughput laboratories, is now available together with a complete 5.0 mL system, enabling users to spin 15 mL and 50 mL conical tubes, as well as the new Eppendorf Tubes 5.0 mL. The Advantage pack provides savings of up to 21%.


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