Lxuemlu TDS Meter
Lxuemlu TDS Meter is a digital water tester that tests the water purity level in ppm.
Lxuemlu TDS Meter shuts off automatically after 2 minutes, and it has a Hold function that records the measurements. Most of the customers say they are satisfied with this TDS meter and say that it shows accurate results.
Lxuemlu TDS Meter Digital Water Tester, Lxuemlu Professional 3-in-1 TDS features and important details.
- Lxuemlu TDS Meter shuts off after 2 minutes of non-use.
- Lxuemlu TDS Meter has a Hold feature that records the readings.
- Lxuemlu TDS Meter tests the water purity level in ppm.
We've curated some of the most helpful comments and reviews from people all over the world. Read what they had to say:
“Don't let the low price fool you. This TDS meter is multi function and nicely backlit. It comes with a terrific case crafted by magical creatures. I tested it against another proven meter and it is accurate. I couldn't expect more and can't recommend this meter more highly. Great deal, great item and great service.” — Greg
“Got the meter and tested my water out of the tap and it was 48, which the chart shows as fairly soft water and equivalent to a carbon filtered system. Ran the water through an inexpensive filter pitcher and got a reading of 37. Clearly we were good enough to avoid the cost of the "zero" filter system. I can only guess how many dollars I saved by spending a few bucks on this meter. It is very easy to use and the results were repeatable, so I trust it is accurate.” — Henry
“This tool measures the TDS, EC, and temperature (both C and F). It appears to be accurate as far as I can tell. I tested our tap water and the screen turned red and showed the PPM over 600 (?!?). Then I tested our filtered water from the fridge which has a cheap filter and it was still red and over 600 ppm. Next it tested bottled water from the dispenser and it was around 300. Finally, I tested some distilled water and it read 0. The controls are easy: on/off/hold (which only holds the PPM/EC, not the temp), clear, and mode (to switch between PPM, EC, Temo C, and Temp F). The meter appears to be fairly consistent. I don’t have a good way to test the accuracy other than filtered water, but it’s certainly trustworthy enough for my purposes. The instructions claim that the TDS calculation compensates for temperature, and I believe that since it reads temperature.” — Marina