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Bibby Scientific’s Web Sale Offers up to 20% off Lab Equipment

Published: Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, April 30, 2013
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Bibby Scientific offers chance to win an iPad.

Until 30th June 2013, Bibby Scientific is offering savings of up to 20% on selected items purchased directly through the company’s online shop (www.bibby-shop.com).

Purchasers can take advantage of discounts on products from Bibby Scientific’s Techne, Electrothermal, Stuart and Jenway brands, including heating mantles, pH meters, vortex mixers, melting point analyzers, thermal cyclers and block heaters.

Orders placed during the sale will be entered into a limited period prize draw for the chance to win an iPad, with winners drawn at the end of May, June and July 2013.

As well as money-saving offers and fast delivery, everyone purchasing from the online Bibby Scientific shop can benefit from expert advice on applications, product selection and full service backup, all delivered by Bibby Scientific’s experienced support team.


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