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Would these work for salt water?


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    Default Would these work for salt water?

    They look like pretty standard PH Meters, it'd be cool to test my PH consistantly.


    http://www.extech.com/instrument/pro...500_pHORP.html


    or


    http://www.extech.com/instrument/pro...ph50water.html
    55 Gallon. One year old, and looking SUPER.

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    jojo22 - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    first one says it measure up to a Ph of 14 or 15 so you should be fine with it.
    Does water always taste like salt and poo????


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    Dependent on the price you might just go with the milwaukee pH meter. easy to calibrate and you can get a 12v adapter so you can keep it plugged in all the time.


    http://www.milwaukeetesters.com/

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    I'll probably go for the 2nd one, its relatively cheap and looks pretty good so yea. Let me know if anyone is interested I get them for 32$ each.
    55 Gallon. One year old, and looking SUPER.

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    hummer - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    very nice go for it
    :: hummer :nemo

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