Welcome to the forum.Should I switch over to the TF-100 when I need refills or will this kit be fine and I can just add a few of the reagents the K-2005 doesn't have?
Great suggestion regarding the insert...let me wrap my head around it, and get back. Right now, all inserts are specifically cut. Yes! You can fit the big R-0013 (8oz) In the spot where the three 2 ounce R-1003's are. With the new, smaller view tube, you need less CYA reagent (all instruments use half pool water to half CYA reagent, so 15 ml to 15 ml for the large TF-100 view tube and 7.5 ml to 7.5 ml for the TF-Pro view tube and K-2006 series)). Therefore, the Pro actually has more CYA tests. The big CYA reagent, 8 oz, adds a lot of weight and space. Also, a lot of people ask if they can fly as a carry on with the TF-100, and they can't with the 8 oz bottle...It looks like it would be possible to make a slot and lay the 8oz CYA bottle on its skinny side, instead of the 3 bottles. That is how I have it in my current case, it's cocked at about a 30deg angle so the top is a little higher and easier to grab. I was wondering if, when you sell the case only, do you have uncut foam option, so people can arrange their chems to their liking?
Good to know... So when travelling with your TFPro one should add some lipsticks and mascaras to make it look like a make up bag thingy...Also, a lot of people ask if they can fly as a carry on with the TF-100, and they can't with the 8 oz bottle...
Playing my usual Ying to your Yang, I’ll let mine wind down and use the first empty bottle as an excuse to start over. Anybody using the TF method knows full well how much money the test kit saves so I imagine it will be an easy sale for those of us who don’t just run out and get one because there is a new one.So it sounds like the Old TFTest kit crowd can stuff their existing test stuff into this case.. then as they refill their chems, they can upgrade to the new sizes