5953100

Hach Pocket Colorimeter II Custom Holster

Hach Pocket Colorimeter II Custom Holster

Description

Hach pocket colorimeter II custom holster with embroidered logo

Features

  • Belt loop
  • 2 side pockets for sample cells and reagents
  • Made of rugged fabric
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Protect your instrument in the field, keep it safe and clean in the lab with our Pocket Colorimeter II custom carrying case. Belt loop, two side pockets for sample cells and reagents, made of rugged fabric.
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Hach Pocket Colorimeter II Custom Holster 5953100 Custom holster with embroidered logo
$27.15
Usually ships in 3-5 days

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