- This topic has 5 replies, 4 voices, and was last updated 3 years, 3 months ago by .
- You must be logged in to reply to this topic.
Well, Totoro has my head spinning with chemistry equations and I am basically 100% sold that I need to buy a ph meter sooner rather than later and get rid of the litmus strips and paper.
So dear scientists of Hive Land, help a lassie out. What am I looking for when buying a ph meter? What kind of questions should I be asking the shop keeper? Can you offer suggestions?
Merci buttocks in advanced Hive Landers!
i have no suggestions because every time I go and look at pH meters, my head starts spinning from all the choices. What DO you look for in a pH meter?? Without spending mega $$$
Exactly. Sonia has said she wants to buy me one for an early Christmas present but I just have to tell her the make and model. I’ve been looking, but what to look for?
It’s not buying a computer or a phone where everyone has one so you can literally just walk up to some bloke and say, hey, what phone do you have? Do you like it? Can I have it? kind of deal.
I asked a couple of Chinese friends, and they just told me to stop asking them for shopping help.
I want something that is dummy friendly, quality, will last a good number of years, doesn’t cost an arm and a leg and both eye brows, and lots of I think it is called corrector fluid/agent?
I second Barb’s suggestions but add to it. I want one that is easy to clean too.
Apera is a great ph meter company. I’ve been looking at them for a while.
http://aperainst.com/pocket-testers/premium-series-pocket-testers/ph/ This is only one of many to choose.
There are others, but yeah, I’ve been looking to get one soon.
I bought a small portable pH Meter but after having to recalibrate it nearly all the time, due to the weather here, we went back to pH stripes.
Make it Up: The Essential Guide to DIY Makeup and Skin Care is now available at booksellers all over the world!
Want to help support Humblebee & Me? Click here to learn how!