Hanna HI97105 Marine Master Multiparameter Checker

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The Hanna HI97105 Marine Master Multiparameter Checker is new water testing device which combines all of the major parameters of reef aquarium chemistry into one photometric machine. The Marine Master Checker from Hanna can measure pH, alkalinity, calcium, nitrate, nitrite, phosphate which is more than enough for virtually all aquarium needs, especially live corals and…
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Yes I’ve had mine for a few months now and have to say I really like it. Mine came with a few reagents missing but the machine itself is excellent.
Is it basically like the "eggs" but just a single machine? Or will it test multiple parameters from one sample?
 

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Is it basically like the "eggs" but just a single machine? Or will it test multiple parameters from one sample?
Each test is done separately with its own sample/regents. It is basically just 1 "egg" but it does have separate lights I assume since not every test uses the same light. Do to the cost, I would prefer to have separate eggs so in case something breaks you are only losing 1 test instead of several.

The couple of "all in one from one sample" testers I've seen have ended up never materializing and taking a lot of peoples money or they went bankrupt.
 

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Each test is done separately with its own sample/regents. It is basically just 1 "egg" but it does have separate lights I assume since not every test uses the same light. Do to the cost, I would prefer to have separate eggs so in case something breaks you are only losing 1 test instead of several.

The couple of "all in one from one sample" testers I've seen have ended up never materializing and taking a lot of peoples money or they went bankrupt.
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