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    Anyone got a bluelyzer FGA?
    I know ariston and vokera use them but it's difficult got get any real opinions on them.


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    Never heard of them. My opinion is somewhat limited! I still have my Testo and I like it but it does cost a bit to keep going every year.

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    Default Re: Bluelyzer FGA

    Kane or testo for me
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    Yeah testo is my other option the bluelyzer has some pretty nice features. Theyve been around for quite a while but only 4 years in the uk

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    Are they expensive? That is the bottom line. At the end of the day most of them do the same job. I can do without colour screens and manometer functions. Just easy to use and cheap to maintain would be my ideal analyser. Testo at least has one of the two points I like!

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    Not too expensive compared to Testo and it doesn't suck in water from the trap. Some guy did a demo with the probe in a glass of water. It filled the trap but didnt pull into the fga.
    You can view the results on your phone in real time and save the data to a QR code for future reference.
    As you said, they pretty much do the same job so it would be worth it if this is a decent unit and half the price with a few more bells attached.

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    Funny you mentioned pulling in water. I killed a two month old unit and Testo would not honor the warranty as they said I was using it incorrectly. I don't get my analyser serviced by Testo anymore after that.

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    I don't think any of them honour the warranty for water ingress. My Anton pulled in water. Sent it the GES and got charged.

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    I think the Anton sprint evo 2 is very intuitive

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