RE: Nominations for the best disposable microtome blade

From:Andrew Partain

Ginzu blades...these blades are by far the best; I bought a set of Ginzu
blades for only three easy payments of $29.95 and they came with a lifetime

They slice, dice and julienne.

If need be, they also create surprisingly beautiful radish-flowers.

I can also vouch for the pocket-fisherman, it's also by far the best.

-----Original Message-----
From: Willis, Donna []
Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2003 1:21 PM
To: 'Chris James';
Subject: RE: Nominations for the best disposable microtome blade

We have tried them all and always have gone back to the Accu-Edge.  BUT.
There is a new blade from Microm that my techs say is as good as the
Accue-Edge.  We are evaluating it in more detail before we switch to it

Donna Willis
Histology Lab Manager
Harris Methodist Fort Worth, Tx

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris James []
Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2003 2:34 PM
Subject: Re: Nominations for the best disposable microtome blade

since you're tallying them up, I too will put in a vote for Accuedge.


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