Pipetters

vboveia at inetnebr.com vboveia at inetnebr.com
Fri May 5 19:28:38 EST 1995


In <3nri3v$1k0 at m1.pcix.com>, gryhnd at pcix.com writes:
>>   Darci Kane <dkane at amgen.com> writes:
>>  Matthew Frosch <frosch at dsg.harvard.edu> wrote:
>>  >
>>  > I am planning on buy a series of pipetters covering the range from a few 
>>  > microliters to 1 mL.  While everyone I know seem to have the standard 
>>  > Gilson pipetters (from Rainin), do people have experience with other 
>>  > brands (i.e., cheaper but equivalent brands)?  Also, has anyone used the 
>>  > motorized pipetters from Rainin (the edp-2 line)?  They seem to be only 
>>  > slightly more expensive than the standard mechanical sort but could be 
>>  > more pleasant to use.
>>  > 
>>  > Thanks for any advice.
>>  > 
>>  > 
>
>If you like the Rainin's, Oxford's pipettes are reliable and designed to have 
>the feel/look of the Rainin pipets BUT w/o the metal tip ejector...it is 
>integrated.  They cover the usual range.  Contact your distributor (BTW I 
>have no connection to Oxford).
>
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I believe Fisher Scientific also distributes the Oxford brand pipetters. 
I use both the Oxford and the Pipetman (from Rainin), and I happen to like the 
Oxford better; even though it doesn't seem to have the same level of quality.




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