stratacoolers

David L. Haviland, Ph.D. dhavilan at IMM2.IMM.UTH.TMC.EDU
Fri Jul 17 11:18:23 EST 1998


At 08:40 7/17/98 -0700, Holly Mason wrote:
>Hello all,
>
>I am looking for an alternative to Stratagen's Stratacoolers for storing
>enzymes. Yes, I've used foam boxes in the past, but my boss likes the
>Stratacoolers for maintaining the enzymes at -10C in a frost free
>freezer. However, these Stratacoolers are not cheap. I'm hoping that
>there is a competing product out there somewhere. Please reply only to
>the news group.

Holly:

Look no further than Nalgene.  That's all we have.  They are very sturdy,
have large handles, and are (IMNSHO) more resistant to cracking and
breaking from being dropped.  ;-)

David
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