Watermark Professional Secchi Disc Kit

This professional 20cm diameter secchi disc is made of polycarbonate with black and white quadrants.

Features

  • Includes detachable 24 oz. zinc sounding weight.
  • Silk screened black and white quadrants
  • 20cm diameter polycarbonate disc
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Watermark Professional Secchi Disc Kit77914 Professional secchi disc kit, heavy-duty
$162.09
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The WaterMark professional 20cm diameter secchi disc is made of polycarbonate with silk screened black and white quadrants.
  • Total Weight: 5.49 lbs.
  • (1) Secchi disc
  • (1) 24 oz. zinc sounding weight
  • (1) Hand reel
  • (1) 20m length of calibrated polypropylene line at 0.5m graduations
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