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New Eppendorf Advantage™ Offers

Published: Tuesday, September 02, 2014
Last Updated: Tuesday, September 02, 2014
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Users start their research with great sample prep from Eppendorf.

The latest Advantage offer from Eppendorf provides life science researchers with tailored sample prep solutions at unprecedented prices.

Available until 31st December 2014, the new offers combine Eppendorf Tubes® 5.0 mL, Eppendorf Research® plus pipettes and a selection of Eppendorf Centrifuges into several money-saving bundles, ultimately saving up to 28%.

By selecting the best bundle for their specific needs, researchers can ensure that their investigations have the best possible start.

The 5.0 mL Sample Prep Starter Pack, with a saving of 25%, comprises of one Eppendorf Research plus - an ultra light pipette with tailored ergonomics and increased flexibility for exceptional precision and accuracy.

The Starter Pack also contains five bags of 100 epT.I.P.S.® 0.1-5 mL, one autoclavable epT.I.P.S. Box, two bags of 100 Eppendorf Tubes 5.0 mL and two Tube Racks 5.0 mL.

Those working with valuable samples or requiring increased levels of purity can utilize the Eppendorf Tubes 5.0mL Starter Pack, PCR clean.

Offering savings of up to 28%, this second starter pack consists of 400 Eppendorf Tubes 5.0 mL (PCR clean), eight universal adapters for rotors with bores for 15 mL conical tubes, and two racks 5.0 mL with 16 spaces.

Using these packs, researchers can ensure their samples are handled correctly right from the start, with no compromise in safety or efficiency.

With their remarkable versatility, simple programming and low energy consumption, Eppendorf Centrifuges provide new levels of quality within everyday laboratory work. This season’s Advantage offer also includes three New Capacity Packs, allowing laboratories to purchase Eppendorf Centrifuges with two aerosol-tight rotors plus accessories with savings of up to 15%.

The Centrifuge 5430/5430 R New Capacity Packs include a Centrifuge 5430 or a refrigerated 5430 R, along with one 48-place rotor for 1.5/2.0 mL tubes and one 16-place rotor for spinning Eppendorf Tubes 5.0 mL. Also included: 200 Eppendorf Tubes 5.0 mL and two Tube Racks 5.0 mL.

The Centrifuge 5427 R New Capacity Pack combines all the same accessories with a Centrifuge 5427 R. This pack includes one 12-place rotor for Eppendorf Tubes 5.0 mL and one high-capacity 48-place rotor which significantly increases productivity and saves valuable time.


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