655102

YSI 5061 Large Soft-Sided Carrying Case

YSI 5061 Large Soft-Sided Carrying Case

Description

YSI 5061 large, soft-sided carrying case with pre-cut foam insert for the YSI 556. Comes standard with the purchase of a 556 instrument.

Features

  • Pre-cut foam insert for the YSI 556 and accessories
  • YSI 5061 comes standard with the purchase of a 556 instrument
  • Large enough for the instrument, cable, DO membrane kit, instruction manual, and more!
List Price
$170.00
Your Price
$161.50
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Details

YSI 5062 compartments will hold the instrument, cables, flow cells, cable weights, probe guards, extra probes and membranes. Soft-sided case is included with the purchase of the YSI 556.
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YSI 5061 Large Soft-Sided Carrying Case 655102 5061 soft-sided carrying case for 556 meters
$161.50
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