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    pH meters

    Anyone ever use something like this:

    http://secure.sciencecompany.com/HM-...16347C679.aspx

    for testing their water? Appears simple, fast and accurate, but wondering if the scientist/geek side of me is coming out too much when considering something like that

    Would still need to check FC so it isn't like I can avoid the test kit entirely for daily stuff anyway but for some reason I'm still drawn to it, mostly accuracy I guess.
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    Re: pH meters

    We use the COM-100 and are very happy with it. If you decided you really did "need" this meter, I would think you would be pleased with it also!

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    Re: pH meters

    PH meters can work well. They will drift over time, so make sure you get one that can be calibrated (like the one linked to above) and that you actually do the calibration now and then.
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