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Product Code C2001V4
Price £95 ex. VAT

1–10 ml Adjustable Pipette for Accuracy

Improve reproducibility in your experiments

Specifications | Gallery | In the Box | Accessories | Resources and Support

An adjustable micropipette with variable volume range of 1–10 ml. Our micropipettes are simple to use and include compatible tips so you can use them right away. Each micropipette is pre-calibrated and also comes with a calibration key to ensure accuracy and reproducibility.

To take advantage of a wider volume range, upgrade to our micropipette set which includes four micropipettes with volumes from 1 μl to 10 ml.

Volume Range 1 – 10 ml
Accuracy ±2.5 – 0.6%
Repeatability ≤0.3 – 0.15%
Compatible Tips C2002V4
Sterilization Autoclave at 121°C for 20 Minutes
Package Type Cardboard Box

1–10 ml micropipette Top of 1–10 ml micropipette 1–10 ml in use 1–10 ml micropipette plunger 1–10 ml micropipette tip

In the Box

  • 1–10 ml micropipette
  • Calibration key
  • Instruction manual
  • Quality assurance form
  • Bag of pipette tips

Accessories and Related Products

Resources and Support

Micropipette volume display Getting Started with a Micropipette

Using your micropipette correctly ensures the most accurate and reproducible measuring and dispensing of solutions.

Micropipettes Micropipette Techniques for Accurate Measurements

Correct technique is important to getting accurate measurements when using a micropipette. Follow the instructional videos below for guidance on measuring volumes accurately with a micropipette.

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