Lamotte ColorQ TesTabs Pro 9 Plus Test Kit 2069

Item #: 2069
$198.49

This item is IN STOCK

This item is TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK

Usually Ships Within 1 Business Day

Expedited Shipping Available
Notify me when restocked

Item Details

Lamotte ColorQ Pro 9 Plus Test Kit 2069

The photometer directly measures nine tests that include Free Chlorine (DPD), Total Chlorine (DPD), Bromine (DPD), pH, Alkalinity, Calcium Hardness, Cyanuric Acid, Copper and Iron directly on a digital display. The handheld meter is easy to use and features economical, pre-measured test tablets. Just one TesTabs tablet per test is required with 100 tablets for each test included with the kit

The ColorQ eliminates the need to visually determine slight color variations or use look-up tables, thus taking the guesswork out of poolside water analysis. The ColorQ PRO 11-PLUS photometer, Pool Manager Handbook, Saturation Index Calculator, trilingual instructions (English, Spanish, French) and reagents are packaged in a rugged carrying case for on-site testing.

Accurately Tests:

  • Free Chlorine (DPD) 0-10 ppm (100 Tests)
  • Total Chlorine (DPD) 0-10 ppm (100 Tests)
  • Bromine (DPD)
  • pH 6.5-8.5 (100 Tests)
  • Total Alkalinity 0-250 ppm (100 Tests)
  • Calcium Hardness 0-700 ppm (100 Tests)
  • Cyanuric Acid 0-125 ppm (100 Tests)
  • Copper 0-4.0 ppm (100 Tests)
  • Iron 0-3.0 ppm (100 Tests)

Lamotte 2069

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
100%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
J
J.G.
Even easier to use than the 2067 Pro 9 plus kit!

When testing the chlorine it is so much easier and less stressful because you don't have to worry about mixing 2 reagents together just to get the Free chlorine or worry about the amount of each reagent for every test! Having the perfect amount of every reagent for every test in a little tablet is great! If that wasn't enough reason to get the 2069 over the 2067, the tablets last longer. The tabs all last 3 years (2069) and the liquids only last between 18 months to 2 years (2067). I had the 2067 kit or the liquid reagent one first and every time I would do a test I wondered if it was accurate because the dropper tubes for each of the reagents required different amounts of pressure to squeeze them to get drops out thus making a bigger drop or smaller one, either more reagent or less reagent. When you have to have equal parts of 2 reagents for one test (Free Chlorine) and then add a third reagent for the next test (Total chlorine) if you don't have 3 equal parts it is not accurate. Also don't be alarmed when you notice there is enough room for another box of reagents and a circle cut out for a liquid reagent. That is for the Biguanide (liquid one) and the Bigaunide shock (Box of tablets). These reagents only come with the Pro 11 kit or if you but them separately.

Recently Viewed

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
100%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
J
J.G.
Even easier to use than the 2067 Pro 9 plus kit!

When testing the chlorine it is so much easier and less stressful because you don't have to worry about mixing 2 reagents together just to get the Free chlorine or worry about the amount of each reagent for every test! Having the perfect amount of every reagent for every test in a little tablet is great! If that wasn't enough reason to get the 2069 over the 2067, the tablets last longer. The tabs all last 3 years (2069) and the liquids only last between 18 months to 2 years (2067). I had the 2067 kit or the liquid reagent one first and every time I would do a test I wondered if it was accurate because the dropper tubes for each of the reagents required different amounts of pressure to squeeze them to get drops out thus making a bigger drop or smaller one, either more reagent or less reagent. When you have to have equal parts of 2 reagents for one test (Free Chlorine) and then add a third reagent for the next test (Total chlorine) if you don't have 3 equal parts it is not accurate. Also don't be alarmed when you notice there is enough room for another box of reagents and a circle cut out for a liquid reagent. That is for the Biguanide (liquid one) and the Bigaunide shock (Box of tablets). These reagents only come with the Pro 11 kit or if you but them separately.