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Online shopping for popular preconfigured spectrometers and accessories

10 April 2017

Ocean Optics has introduced a new webstore, allowing customers to shop more conveniently for a select range of its preconfigured spectrometers and accessories. 

The webstore lets customers shop from anywhere in the world, at any time. Users can buy from the dedicated Shop Products page or from the product pages of the main site. The products available from the webstore – select preconfigured spectrometers and accessories – display pricing, model options, recommended or required accessories, product availability and estimated shipping time on their product pages.

While the webstore was designed to let users shop independently, live chat and order review are available for assistance. Convenient shipping features are built into the site, such as allowing the use of customers’ own shipping / courier accounts and the ability to add multiple shipping addresses under one account. Tax-exempt customers can upload their documentation to be saved for future purchases. Purchase transactions are protected through the Authorize.Net Payment Gateway.

To shop at the webstore, visit http://oceanoptics.com/shop-products/.


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