Amazon! I bought a combo buffer w/ organizer pack. For the deal I had to get the bigger 16 oz bottles (473 mL). More than I needed.I have a Milwaukee 102 meter and am looking for test & storage solutions.Any place recommended to buy?I only make 10-20 small batches of wine a year.
If you are going to use your buffers for checking then you might as well use them to calibrate it.OK then....before I decide,how often should you calibrate?My guess would be to check using one of the buffers add calibrate if needed?
I’ll send you one. This was the amazon ad. Apera Instruments https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074SQ9V8X/?tag=skimlinks_replacement-20Holey moley-so many good people here!
Ajmassa5983-I can't open your attachment-assuming you have Apera AI1114?
jgmiller1-thanks so much for cleaning & storage info-this should come with unit!
And I'm sorry,cant figure out how to send PM's-not the sharpest knife in the drawer!(red face smiley)
I’ll send you one. This was the amazon ad. Apera Instruments https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074SQ9V8X/?tag=skimlinks_replacement-20
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Just about a year now. So far so good. It was just sitting unused for about 2 months in storage solution. Turned it on. Quick calibration. Tested 5 different samples and all right on the money.How long have you had that pH meter. I ask because when I looked up the solutions on Amazon I also looked up their pH meter. I was a bit surprised that while it has excellent marks, there seems to be almost 10% Who claim bad batteries, corroded probe when received etc. It's almost like the reviewers Love or Hate it. ( Of course there could be some sort of vendetta going on too.)