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50 mL & 15 mL Sterile centrufuge tubes for yeast

Discussion in 'Buy and Sell' started by Roosterboy, 28/2/18.

 

  1. Roosterboy

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    Posted 28/2/18
    I have excess polypropylene gamma irradiated centrifuge tubes. They are autoclavable , graduated with an area for labels.
    15 mL x 50 in a foam rack (great for storing salvaged yeast) - $18.00
    50 mL x 25 in a bag ( great for slants or long term storage of yeast ) - $ 11.50
    Postage to most places would be $8.50 but I have to confirm they fit in a sachel.
    If interested message me.
     
  2. Rick88

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    Posted 4/5/18
    Have you still got the 50ml tubes?
     
  3. Roosterboy

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    Posted 15/5/18
    Still have the tubes
     
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    Posted 17/5/18
    Ok , checking shipping cost at the moment
     
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    Posted 17/5/18
    Send them up to RAF or I can collect from your place.
     
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    Posted 22/5/18
    On their way to you.
     

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