- Product Dimensions: 9.4 x 7.9 x 2.8 cm ; 363 g
- Shipping Weight: 363 g
- Manufacturer reference: B145-2
- ASIN: B001A38WJ2
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: June 27 2014
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #40,718 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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SEOH MICROSCOPE SLIDES 72/pk 1x3 1mm
- Length (mm) 75
- Width (mm) 25
- Scientific Equipment of Houston
- Thickness (mm) 0.8-1.0
- Sold As Pk/72
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MICROSCOPE SLIDES PLAIN 72 PACK 1 Pack (72 per Pack). Brand new, clean, clear glass slides with ground edges. Packaged in original vacuum sealed box. 25 mm x 75 mm (Length x Width), 0.8 mm to 1 mm thick. Ships direct from Scientific Equipment of Houston.
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I was using the microscope extensively for several days. i have it set up in my guest area. Slides and slips can be reused again and again--just wash and sterilize them. Anyway, when my project was completed I retrieved a big bowl from the kitchen and filled it with soapy water. I put all the slides and coverslips I'd used in the bowl, and they slipped under the soap bubbles. By the time I entered the guest area again, I'd forgotten why I'd left a bowl of water (no suds by then) in the guest bathroom, so I emptied it in the toilet. When I heard the clank-clank-clank, I remembered that the bowl was not empty, and I knew what I'd done. I retrieved the slides and cover slips (I will not take questions on this detail.) Not one of the slides or cover slips was damaged. Though they look delicate, these slides and slips are built to last, and I'll always buy from this company.
UPDATE: I bought two more boxes of the SEOH slides in October of 2016. Compared to the original cardboard box (bought in March of 2016), the new boxes were identical except for being slightly whiter in color. (All of the writing on these boxes was identical.) Inside, the glass slides were again nicely interleaved with tissue paper, but this time many (not all) of the slides had visible minor scratches. The quality of the glass surface was thus inferior to that in the original box. The new slides all had beveled corners: Instead of a 90 degree angle at each of the four corners, there were two 45 degree angles a millimeter or two apart, which made the slides somewhat more comfortable to hold. Thus, the manufacturing process was evidently different for the original and newer purchases, with a minor improvement in the corners of the newer batch, but a decline in glass surface quality, although the scratches were generally not deep or abundant enough to make much difference in the usage of the slides for routine microscopy. Still a good value, but disappointing inconsistency in this product.