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- ASIN: B00LMGLDMK
- Batteries 1 9V batteries required. (included)
- Average Customer Review: 17 customer reviews
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Nuvair O2 Quickstick Oxygen Analyzer
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- Easy to Calibrate
- Fast Response Time
- Replaceable Battery and Sensor
- Water Resistant Housing
- Anodized Marine Grade Aluminum Body
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The O2 Quickstick is designed for Nitrox Divers. A simple twist of the side knob will turn on and calibrated the analyzer to ambient air. Place the O2 Quickstick to a slightly opened tank valve for an accurate and reliable reading. The intuitive process requires only one hand to operate. The replaceable thermally compensated sensor maintains accuracy levels exceeding dive industry standards. After use, the analyzer can conveniently be turned off to preserve battery life and stored away in your dive bag. The Anodized Marine Grade Aluminum body can withstand the accidental slams of dive tanks and weight belts in the rugged environment on a dive vessel. The O2 Quickstick comes with a 1 year limited manufacturer warranty and the provided sensor has a 2 year Pro-Rated warranty.
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After calibrating to 20.9% with a regular air tank at the valve aperture, I tested a 30% tank. Quickstick registered 36%. We tested with with 2 other testers, which registered 30%.
Puzzled, we put a 1st stage and regulator on the EANx tank. Then tested at the regulator with Quickstick. Registered 30%.
Just my experience, but I found I had to do this over and over. Quickstick is not good for testing at the actual valve. Otherwise, easy to use.
Update:: October 2017 change in review. After three dive trips, the whole stick went wonky. Would not hold calibration, results way different then other meters. Could not trust results. Would not recommend.
This fit the bill. Like others have noted it is larger than expected. I do see that there is a replacement sensor already on the market for this product. Not sure when or if I will need it but good to know I suppose.
I am keeping it I the plastic tube it came in with a couple of dessicant pouches. Will update in 6 months on performance.