Sensorcon CO testers for $99

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DandyDon

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Wow, such a nice deal. Any diver can afford $99 to avoid a hit. You have to wonder how many Travelers Flu cases were really hits, not to mention diver drownings. Go to Sensorcon

The last time mine came up for biennial battery and sensor replacement, I caught a special like this and just bought a new one, leaving the old one laying on the counter here. It's over three years old now and still working, still responds to CO tests. I leave mine on 24/7 as a room monitor, traveling protection, etc. Hardly any hotels have CO alarms in their rooms but they all have water heaters and other sources. They claim that the chip program automatically adjusts to sensor drift. True or not, at least it'll keep you alive.
 

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I don't find that special. Do you suppose it is just for you?
 
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I don't find that special. Do you suppose it is just for you?
No, it's open to everyone. When you click the link, you will see this...

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This is not for tank testing, right?
 

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This is not for tank testing, right?
Yes, I drop the unit in a gallon ziplock, mash the air out, fill from a tank, and give it a minute.
 

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It is also good to have something for calibration


sensors are very sensitive to humidity, temperature and it is good to calibrate them regularly to

 
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It is also good to have something for calibration


sensors are very sensitive to humidity, temperature and it is good to calibrate them regularly to

$115 plus valve. I just don't think it's necessary. It'll get close enough to keep you safe.
 
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