YSI 6262 Pro Series Small Soft-Sided Carrying Case

The YSI 6262 small soft-sided carrying case is designed for Pro Series meters with up to 10m cable (4m for the Quatro cable)

Features

  • Includes a hand strap and an over-the-shoulder carrying strap
  • Internal pocket for instrument, along with four separate zippered pockets
  • Three attached elastic straps to hold 100mL buffer/sample bottles
List Price $92.25
Your Price $87.64
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YSI 6262 Pro Series Small Soft-Sided Carrying Case603162 6262 small soft-sided carrying case for Pro Series meters with up to 10m cable
$87.64
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Case dimensions measure 12x12x3 (inches). The case includes a hand strap and an over-the-shoulder carrying strap. Internal pockets include one for the Pro Series instrument and four separate zippered, mesh pockets. There are also three attached elastic straps that will easily hold 100 mL sample/calibration/buffer bottles or Confidence Solution. Includes 3 each 100 mL buffer bottles. Will accommodate up to 10-meter DO/temp (Pro20, Pro Plus with DO, or ProODO cables) or up to 4-meters for multiparameter probes/cables.
  • Dimensions: 12" x 12" x 3"
  • (1) YSI 6262 small soft-sided carrying case
  • (3) 100mL buffer bottles
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