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Milwaukee pH600-AQ LED Economical Pocket pH Tester with 1 Point Manual Calibration, 0.0 to 14.0 pH, +/-0.1 pH Accuracy, 0.1 pH Resolution
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|Number of Items||1|
|Overall Height||24 mm|
|Overall Length||150 mm|
|Overall Width||30 mm|
|Range||0 to 14 pH|
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I was initially drawn to this version of the tester because it has a hard plastic case. In retrospect, it's a silly feature. As with most (maybe all?) pH testers, you have to keep the sensor wet. So there's no way to store the tester in the hard case and keep it wet.
Overall, this was a good purchase and it seems to work well. It's only annoying to have to store it in a cup of water or calibration solution.
Never DROP the entire device in water. Once that happens your pen will never work the same!
The sensor/tip is not replaceable. Once you've used it, you're not supposed to let it dry out. You're supposed to store it in a neutral solution. But the body isn't waterproof. How are you supposed to do that? It comes in a little plastic case that is completely useless once you've used it.
It should come in an upright case that would let you store it in the solution. It doesn't. I put mine into a water bottle to try to store it. That worked okay until it got knocked over on the shelf a couple of times, and the body got wet. Predictably, the innards got corroded and it stopped working quickly. That was my fault for tipping over the bottle.
I'm not sure how accurate or consistent it is. I didn't really get to use it enough to be sure. It seemed to work okay. Maybe as accurate as pH test strips are. But not scientific grade accurate.
Do it, get a bottle of calib/storage solution to have around.. expect consistency.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
do not expect a 100$ meter.
but if you are looking for a work horse that will get the job done and not break the bank. look no further. Read more
Very sorry piece of equipment. The lil adjustment must so very easily move cuz if I measure a liquids ph then put it on counter and use it seconds later it will give a different ph... Read morePublished 5 months ago by It's me
there is no consistency in the product……it is all over the place with readings even though the solution is not changed…….Published 6 months ago by david Ure
Just bought this from a local store. Followed the calibration directions, but when I put it in the 7.01 solution the lowest I can get it to read is 9.6. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Barrett
This Ph pen took a crap after about a month. The digital display just went goofy. Its no good. Buy an Oakton!Published 9 months ago by John Sescourka
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