- Three-point, push-button calibration with auto-buffer recognition for a wide range of results
- Automatic Temperature Compensation (ATC) for accurate readings in fluctuating temperatures
- Unique, double-junction electrode design and increased reference gel volume for long electrode life in harsh environments
- Large, upright, dual-line LCD display screen for ease of viewing, and to display indicators
- Waterproof, dustproof housing that sits on a flat surface and the meter floats, if dropped in liquids
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Oakton pHTestr pH Tester
|Price:||$93.80 - $182.68|
|Measurement Type||pH , Temperature|
The Oakton 35634 pH Testr 10 is a handheld, waterproof and dustproof meter that floats, if droppe... See more product details
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I just had to add this one last comment...I opened my mouth about not having to change the batteries yet and wouldn't you know it that I was using it just after I wrote this review and there were the letters "bat" as I was pushing buttons to display a temperature reading on mine! They've lasted years so I still can't complain.
-Replaceable probe, so that when your probe goes out (which it will) you don't have to buy an entirley new tester.
-Once calibrated it gives pretty reliable values.
-Easy to read.
-Easy to use.
-When you calibrate this before each use it either accepts the values or gives you an error message. That usually means the probe is bad. I've had to replace the probe on both of mine several times.
-If the probe is giving you trouble it can take a couple of minutes to calibrate.
Let me know if you have any questions. Hope you have found this helpful.
Given the lack of other options for pocket pH meters, this is the only viable option we have at this time which is why we continue to drop $90 every other month.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this tester works as i expected it to. the only reason i didn't give it 5 stars is because i think that it drifts too quickly and needs to be calibrated more than once a week. Read morePublished on December 30, 2013 by Sean Neilson
I use a ph perfect formula and it always mixes out at 5.7 appx. With this meter it reads it at 6.2. I don't think its the bulb but the rather the electronics. Read morePublished on May 25, 2013 by bish