|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||13.5 x 3.8 x 1.5 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Jellas Moisture Meter / Soil Sensor Meter / Water Monitor / Plant Care Hygrometer for Indoor, Outdoor, Gardening, Farming Use.
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- Testing Range: 1-10, Dry(1-3 red zone), Moist(4-8 green zone),Wet(8-10 blue zone ).
- Easy to read moisture levels; Promote plants' healthy growth.
- No batteries or electricity needed, just plug it in and read the scale.
- Compact and portable design for indoor / outdoor use.
- Use the Moisture Meter to easily check on the condition of your plants.
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The garden soil moisture humidity and helps to provide a healthy growing environment for all plants.The moisture analyzer meter works out of your daily garden watering light and moisture to save water, energy and keep your plants, lawn, flower in top condition.
● 1-10 (Dry, Moist, Wet)
● Red：1-3 DRY (Red zone: Dry to slighty humid, for plants such as Cactaceae, thickleaved plant, Sansevieria, etc.)
● Green: 4-7 NOR (Green zone: Slightly humid to humid, right for most plants, such as Begonia, Cyclamen, Euphorbia, Ficus, Fuchsia, Philodendron, Geranium, Azalea, Adiantum etc.)
● Blue: 8-10 WET (Blue zone: Very humid, do not water, don't drown your plants.)
2.No batteries required
4.Measures at root level
5.Promotes healthy plants
How To Use:
Step 1: Inset the probe of the meter to the plants' roots about 2-4 inches.
Step 2: Adjust the position of the probe until the pointer on the dial swings slightly.
Step 3: After several minutes, Note moisture level in the dial.
Step 4: Remove probe from soil and wipe clean after each use.
1. Use fine sandpaper lightly sand the probes so that keep clean and dry and then use.
2. Don't touch the stone or hard objects since it will be easy to damage the probe.
3. Can't test the water for a long time, in case it may damage probe.
4. Don't use it to test rigid ground or floor.
5. Don't touch fire and stay away from children.
6. Remove probe from soil and wipe clean after each use.
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Top Customer Reviews
My husband, the gardner needed a way to check the moisture and ph levels in his “orchard” and garden, so I ordered this Moisture meter. I also needed something inside to check moisture as I am having a hard time keeping a few of my new plants alive. I’m sure it’s due to over/under watering.
1.Moisture Range: 1-10 (Dry, Moist, Wet) Red'0-3 DRY (Red zone: Dry to slightly humid, for plants such as Cactaceae, thickleaved plant, Sansevieria, etc.) Green: 4-10 NOR (Green zone: Slightly humid to humid, right for most plants, such as Begonia, Cyclamen, Euphorbia, Ficus, Fuchsia, Philodendron, Geranium, Saintpaulia, Azalea, Adiantum etc. 7-10 WET (Blue zone: Very humid, do not water, don't drown your plants.)
3.No batteries required
5.Measures at root level
6.Promotes healthy plants
7.Prevents over and under watering
8.Indoor or outdoor garden lawn land use.
How To Use:
Step 1: Insert the probe of the meter to the plants' roots about 2-4 inches
Step 2: Adjust the position of the probe until the pointer on the dial swings slightly
Step 3: After several minutes, Note moisture level in the dial
Step 4: Remove probe from soil and wipe clean after each use
Tips and Advice:
1. Avoid stones when inserting the probe into soil.
2. Not suitable for testing water, as conductivity of pure water is very low.
3. Don't use it to test rigid ground or floor
4. Remove probe from soil and wipe clean after each use
After having varying results, we are going to take a soil sample to our extension office and compare to the reading of this device.
Overall, I am pleased with the product and think it is a fair value for under $10. I received this product at a discount in exchange for my honest and unbiased review, however, the discounted price did not influence my product review. My reviews are based on my own personal opinion of the product and the experience I had in using the product. This review is my own opinion and I am in no way influenced by the seller or the fact that I received the product at a discount. I have had ample time to evaluate and test the product. Based on my evaluation of the product and the price, I would and have recommend this product to family and friends. As always, if anything changes my opinion of the product, I will update my review to reflect those updates. Please let me know if you have any questions. Hopefully my review has helped you, as I know I always read reviews before purchasing anything anymore. In my opinion, customer reviews are the most honest and helpful.
This past month he has been out of town caring for a family member so I have been on plant duty. It's a full time job and a lot of pressure. I've learned a bit over the years but I don't have as much time to slow water and cycle the plants like he normally would. So I invested in this moisture meter to help him and I make more informed watering decisions over the phone. I especially liked that the back of the packaging had suggested moisture range for plants by species.
The moisture meter is large. Larger than I was expecting in height and post width. This is great for some of the bigger plants but makes it more awkward when trying to measure the smaller starter plants or budding pots. The meter is lightweight but still tends to want to lean or topple the smaller pots.
Also, due to the thickness of the meter post I try to measure the water as close to the outer edge of the pots as possible to minimize root damage. I'd suggest buying one per pot and keeping them in full time but again, they are a bit large (not very decor friendly) and awkward. So- my honest opinion is that this can be helpful but (as my father has said he has owned an identical meter before and noted his insights as well) we both feel that this can be a little temperamental based on soil density, pot bound root systems (density of root structure) and exact depth/placement within the soil/pot.
You will need to kind of get a feel for this tool in order to use it accurately. DO put the meter in and let it sit several minutes before considering your final reading- it will fluctuate, almost always downward as it adjusts to the soil and surroundings at it's final measure site. In my opinion this meter doesn't tell you much more than you can tell by looking at the plant and soil, if you are an avid grower or plant enthusiast. You will likely know your plants and know right away based on pot weight and top soil coloring what the internal soil composition is. However, for larger plans and pots,or for those just learning their plants' moisture tolerance this can be a very useful tool indeed. I received a product discount in hopes I'd share my honest thoughts, which I have done.
Note: as you can see in the photos, one thing that did bother me a bit was that I could insert a dry probe into a plant that had not been watered in a week and get a reading that went off the chart. While this is possible, I'm not sure I understand why the product allows the gauge to go so far off from the highest reading....it does not go below the lowest reading. This leads me to believe the readings are incrementally off.
UPDATE: 8/25/2016- We own several almost identical moisture meters- one is over 8 years old. Well,this one had corroded in a matter of months and no longer works at all. I wish I could say it was perhaps how we used it, but we used it the same as our other older ones, and those show no signs of corrosion. Unfortunately we have thrown this out.