Summer Substrate Giveaway (August 2017 Promo)
Posted on Tue, Aug 08, 2017
"Do you offer ITO substrate samples?"
That's one of the most frequently-asked questions received by our Customer Service team. Well, your requests have been heard!
For the month of August 2017, you can get your hands on a sample pack containing 20 free ITO substrates of your choice! This offer applies internationally, which means we will ship your substrates to wherever you are in the world.
To be eligible for a free sample pack, just complete this simple 5-minute survey:
The first 100 completed entries received before the 31st of August will receive a free sample pack of ITO substrates.*
You can choose 1 of the 6 ITO substrate types we offer, listed below:
- S111 (Unpatterned)
- S101 (6-pixel, OLED/OPV)
- S171 (6-pixel, OPV)
- S211 (8-pixel, OPV)
- S161 (OFET/Sensor, 50-micron constant length)
- S162 (OFET/Sensor, >50-micron variable length)
*Terms & Conditions:
Only completed survey entries are valid, and only 1 survey submission per person is allowed.
If there are multiple submissions per research group, only the first submission will be eligible to receive the free sample pack. This is to ensure fairness across research groups.
The first 100 valid and eligible submissions received between 7-31 August 2017 will receive a free sample pack containing 20 substrates. Substrate choices are subject to availability - if your first choice is unavailable, Ossila are free to replace them with a different variant.
Once 100 eligible completed surveys have been received, the survey will still be active until the 31st of August 2017. No further free samples will be given away, but please know that your responses are very useful for us to know how to serve you better.
If your submission is eligible, we will contact you by e-mail once we have received 100 responses. We aim to ship your free samples within 10 working days of receiving your submission.
Ossila are not responsible for any customs charges that may be required by your country, or any parcels that have been lost in transit/undelivered.
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