5% off Sale

5% off SGE Syringes at esyringe.com

esyringe® has a bit of a confusing product line. Many think that syringe automatically means hypodermic – the type you see when you get a booster shot. And that’s what I thought too, until I started to pay attention to my parent’s business.

These syringes are all about analyzing and studying different compounds – which sometimes includes blood.

The typical analyzer syringe doesn’t look too much like a hypodermic needle, but they’re similar enough. Their use is very different though. Analyzer syringes are used in an analyzer (just thought I’d make that nice and repetitive) by companies that work in the medical, food, drug, plastics, etc. fields. These syringes spend their lives inside of a large analyzer studying chemical compounds.

So this is for those of you who work in laboratories or hospitals.

We’re having a 5% Off Sale for all SGE syringes! You can shop the sale here. It’s pretty fantastic. Not much in medical equipment goes on sale until it’s obsolete or just plain old, so take advantage*.

Be awesome at work by sharing this sale with your boss. esyringe® carries replacement parts for a wide array of medical and industrial analyzers (including CTC Analytics, Abbott, Hamilton, Agilent, and many more).

The discount is already applied on the site, so there’s no hassle with promo codes or wondering if your code applies to the product you chose. Have fun making your coworkers jealous of your new cost-saving fame!

*Prices subject to change without notice. Sorry, I have to put this notice in here or I’ll be in trouble with my boss.

 

Advertisements

About life at esyringe

Life at esyringe is about the inner workings of a small business based in Washington State. Get a good laugh or some introspection at lifeatesyringe.wordpress.com The company sells syringes online, hence 'esyringe'. No, not syringes you would put in a vein, but syringes that go into larger machines for analyzing blood and chemical compounds.
This entry was posted in esyringe post and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

I want to hear from you, seriously. So what are your thoughts?

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

w

Connecting to %s