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Old 03-04-2013, 12:05 AM   #1
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Default 4x Nalgene 5.5g Carboys & Stoppers - $30ea

I have four new pharmaceutical grade 5.5g carboys with built in handles and rubber stoppers. These are about 1/4" thick opaque nalgene fluorinated polyethylene (FLPE). They sell for about $130 each on amazon. I feel that they are safer than glass (ever slash yourself when one breaks?) and a better quality plastic that 'better bottles' which can permeate oxygen and are prone to buckle when cleaning. They come with screw-on caps which are good for storage and I've drilled out #13.5 stoppers for you airlocks (not included). I am using 8 myself and am very happy with them.



$30ea $100 for all four.

I'm not sure how much shipping would cost, but I could look into it.

Thanks for looking!

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Old 03-04-2013, 03:52 PM   #2
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At least the beer wouldn't loose it's head. (someone had to say it)

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Could I buy 1-2 and pay for shipping to 11221?

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2 sent to 07008?

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Johnson - it looks like $21.08 if I buy postage online for a 10# 24x24x12 package. I'd try to find a free box, but I could grab one at staples otherwise for about $5.

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pm sent. I'll take 2 if still available

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two committed to vivasbeer and a couple of threads moving on the other two.

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