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YSI 3074 Pro Series Hard-Sided Carrying Case

YSI 3074 Pro Series Hard-Sided Carrying Case

Description

YSI's 3074 hard-sided carrying case is designed for use with the YSI Pro Series instrument and accessories.

Features

  • Designed for use with the YSI Pro Series handheld water quality meters
  • Rugged, waterproof construction to protect instrument and accessories
  • Inside of the lid houses see-through zippered compartments
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Compartments will hold the instrument, cables, flow cells, cable weights, probe guards, extra probes, membranes, and much more. Hard-sided case is rugged and waterproof to protect your investment.
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YSI 3074 Pro Series Hard-Sided Carrying Case 603074 3074 hard-sided carrying case for Pro Series meters
$270.75
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