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New Eppendorf Advantage™ Promotion Delivers up to 20% Savings

Published: Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, April 03, 2013
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Delivers savings on a variety of product bundles.

Valid until 30 June 2013, Eppendorf’s latest Advantage promotion delivers considerable savings on a variety of product bundles, offering researchers the chance to try products from this leading brand for the first time at a lower than usual investment, or to stock up on valued consumables and equipment.

Purchasers can make savings of up to 20% on Eppendorf Combitips® advanced/Multipette® bundles, as well as taking advantage of offers on the Eppendorf µCuvette™ G1.0 and BioSpectrometers.

Supporting serial pipetting together with the Eppendorf Multipette®, Eppendorf Combitips advanced are available in a range of purity grades to support work across all life science laboratories, whatever the application.

The new generation of Combitips is individually color coded for quick size identification, and have elongated tips that allow complete emptying of laboratory tubes, ensuring ease of use for rapid, efficient working.

As part of the latest Advantage promotion, three discounted Combitips advanced bundles are available.

• ‘PCR Combitip Bundle’ (3 sets of Combitips advanced 0.5 mL)
• ‘Multipette stream® Starting Kit’ (Multipette stream, Combitip Rack & assortment of all Combitip sizes)
• ‘Multipette Xstream® Ready-to-go-kit’(Multipette Xstream & 3 sets of Combitips advanced (2.5 mL, 5 mL, 10 mL)

Additionally, researchers can save 15 % when buying the Eppendorf µCuvette™ G1.0, a microvolume measuring cell designed for the accurate measurement of highly concentrated biomolecules, such as proteins and nucleic acids, in volumes ≥ 1.5 µL.

This offer enables owners of an Eppendorf BioPhotometer® or BioSpectrometer to upgrade the performance of their equipment at very attractive conditions. There is also opportunity to save 10 % with the purchase of an Eppendorf BioSpectrometer® with the µCuvette G1.0.

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