At TTE Laboratories, we think about that all the time. In our view, a good solid liquid measurement tool has these specific characteristics:

1. A Fair Purchase Price. Expect to pay between $250 and $350 for a high quality pipette. Anything less may cost you more in the long run.

2.Low Cost of Ownership: Choose a pipette with a proven repair history, excellent construction, but ergonomic features.

3. Certified to use with a few tip options: Locking your lab into a specific pipette tip usage can help solidify results, but put the manufacturer in control of the price. Why not choose an instrument that can be certified with a variety of high quality pipette tips?

4. Accuracy and Precision: Take it from us, not all pipettes are consistently accurate…even some of the most popular models! Ask those who see the measurement quality every 3 to 6 months—people like the techs at TTE Laboratories

5. Ease of Use: Look for easy smooth operation, and digital micrometer, and even better, a pipette you can use and adjust with one hand.

Check out this video of one of our favorites!

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