wireless pool monitoring system...has anyone ever used this?

JasonLion

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It does look very cool. Keep in mind that ORP sensors are somewhat finicky and don't read the chlorine level directly. They also tend to fail after a year or two (or sometimes sooner if you don't handle then carefully), so you may need a new one every other year (or more). Over time the PH sensor will drift, I wonder if they make provisions for recalibration or if you just replace that as well.