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Bluetooth Ph meter

Post by Devo » Thu Jan 15, 2015 18:56

If I didn't already have a Hanna Ph probe meter I think I would get one of these. I love technology :wink:

http://shop.hannainst.com/hi11312-halo- ... probe.html

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Post by redzed » Fri Jan 16, 2015 08:05

Well, if you get tired of the Hanna, you can send it to me and get yourself that new toy. :lol: The probe on my Lutron gave up the ghost a couple of months ago and today I ordered two new ones from a dealer in England. The cost was £20 for one and £33 for 2, and shipping was £25 for one or two. So I should be set for a while. Should be waiting for me when I get home in a couple of weeks.
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Post by ped » Fri Jan 16, 2015 09:00

Can you remember the codes of the probes you got Red? Thinking of getting one but not sure whether the probe that comes with it is most suitable?
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Post by markjass » Fri Jan 16, 2015 15:20

Hey Devo you can now play the mad scientist. That looks like a fun bit of kit. Thanks for the link redzed (how did you come up with that name?) I broke my probe recently. I refused to pay the price of replacement probes in NZ. What I am now going to do is buy the probes (from your link) and get them sent to a friend in England who is coming out to NZ in late February. It will save the postage.
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Post by ped » Fri Jan 16, 2015 18:04

Thanks Red
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Post by redzed » Sat Jan 17, 2015 06:09

markjass wrote:Thanks for the link redzed (how did you come up with that name?)
When I turned 50 I was overtaken completely with the need to have a sports car. One day I went out and bought a two year old Mazda MX5, brought it home and somehow my wife allowed me to keep it. Four years later I thought I needed something faster so I custom ordered a new BMW Z4. It was bright red and my license plate number was redzed. More of my time was spent in polishing it than driving it. Somehow I survived my midlife crisis and traded the Z4 for a truck a couple of years ago. I am slowly recovering and feel much better now. :grin:
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Post by Devo » Sat Jan 17, 2015 06:44

Yup I know the feeling, I owned a 1985 XJ6 Jaguar for about 4 years till I said WHY?? Seems it was one of those things I just had to do at the time.
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Post by ped » Sun Jan 18, 2015 11:38

I bought a BMW R850 bike, never ridden before, enjoyed it for several years, it now languishes in my garage collecting dust as I haven't got the nerve to get back on it!!, should sell it and perhaps invest in a proper hot smoker :)
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