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    Hi folks, my local grow shop has completely ditched Hanna after they were informed Hanna's warranty has been even further reduced to mere months for their pH pen products, and have brought in a new line that is rather expensive; a European brand called AquaMaster

    It looks to be a high priced item which I would probably splurge for if the feedback on it was good. I am absolutely sick and tired of having to fall back to my pH drops because my existing Hanna pen has become so awful and unreliable.

    Any first hand feedback on this brand would be great.. I don't want to go BlueLab which is the other brand they carry as I hear their support is absolutely atrocious and their warranty is horrible as well

    Thank you kindly!

    Here is a link to the lineup of products available to me: edit - nevermind, says I can't post links I'm too new

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    Quote Originally Posted by frozen View Post
    Hi folks, my local grow shop has completely ditched Hanna after they were informed Hanna's warranty has been even further reduced to mere months for their pH pen products, and have brought in a new line that is rather expensive; a European brand called AquaMaster

    It looks to be a high priced item which I would probably splurge for if the feedback on it was good. I am absolutely sick and tired of having to fall back to my pH drops because my existing Hanna pen has become so awful and unreliable.

    Any first hand feedback on this brand would be great.. I don't want to go BlueLab which is the other brand they carry as I hear their support is absolutely atrocious and their warranty is horrible as well

    Thank you kindly!

    Here is a link to the lineup of products available to me: edit - nevermind, says I can't post links I'm too new
    You can post screenshots of it.

    BTW pretty sure Bluelabs has an excellent warranty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue61 View Post
    You can post screenshots of it.

    BTW pretty sure Bluelabs has an excellent warranty.
    Not that you need it. Kit is solid.

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    You could go for a Milwaukee pH51 that i have. Its been amazingly reliable. There are 2 tiny screws ( both are +/- ) for each fluid standard, so you can calibrate accurately. Screws are under the battery cap. You also get the tiny screwdriver for adjustment, and 2 caps for the probe. One is the plastic standard cap, but they include a tight fit rubber cap that you fill with a little bit of pH4 or pH7 fluid, so keeping the probe from drying. And its way cheaper than Bluelab.


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