Nasco Swing Sampler Bottles

Case of twelve plastic 960mL bottles for Nasco Swing Samplers

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  • 960mL polyethylene bottles
  • Cover has a vinyl liner for leak-proof protection
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Nasco Swing Sampler BottlesW1244 Case of (12) 960mL bottles, plastic
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Nasco Swing Sampler Plastic Clamp W1220 Plastic clamp for 960mL bottle, spare
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