Choose your Wobble-not Serological Pipets
Low Insertion Force Serological Pipet
There Is No Comparison. Wobble-not serological pipets are superior in ergonomics and performance compared to every other serological pipet.
Traditional serological pipets have a straight cylindrical shape vs. the Wobble-not, which have a two-tiered step design which helps to decrease insertion force, while increasing pipet stability in your controller.
You will feel better, and work smarter. No more jamming your serological pipet into your pipet controller. Achieve maximum stability (no wobble) and LESS DRIPPING with our newest revolutionary design to benefit your health and wellness, as well as your research applications.
With standard serological pipets, there has never been a difference in the plug end design. All require high insertion force (jamming) in an attempt to get the top as high up in the pipet controller nozzle as possible. You do this to try to get as much stability as possible otherwise, you risk dripping of the liquid you pipette. No matter how hard you jam, there is wobble.
Wobble-not serological pipets are a revolutionary, new design and the only serological pipets that will give you two zones of contact with relatively low insertion force. No jamming! And furthermore, this results in maximum stability for your pipetting and LESS DRIP! No other serological pipet comes close to achieving the same amount of Wobble-not!
The accuracy is ± 2% at full volume.
All Wobble-not serological pipets are individually paper/plastic wrapped.
Yes. All Wobble-not serological pipets are sterilized to SAL 10-6.
All VistaLab Technologies sterile disposables (Tips, Reagent Reservoirs, Wobble-not serological pipets) are good for 3 years from the Date of Manufacture found on the Certificate of Analysis included in each case, or on each individual wrapper; as long as the packaging is unopened and uncompromised.
Wobble-not serological pipets have a porous polypropylene filter at the top plug end of the pipet. It is intended to prevent liquid or droplets from splashing up into the nozzle of the pipet controller.