Hana Phosphate Meter- opinions?

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  1. Mr. Ugly

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    Tons of Ford and Toyota OEM replacement parts that cost far less than $50 are subcontracted and go through proper quality control.
     
  2. Mr. Ugly

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    Yep, I get annoyed at poor quality management.

    Same like with the Reef Crystals salt, the SeaChem salt, the Hawk brake pads, the Stanley GFCI's.

    If you don't know about the problem, that's one thing.

    But if you know about the problem and you don't put the necessary effort to prevent/correct it, that's pretty lame.
     
  3. Mr. Ugly

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    We'll see what happens with my BM doser...

    I might have to post about that too.
     
  4. sfboarders

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    What's wrong with your BM Norm?
     
  5. Mr. Ugly

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    I asked the Hanna rep if they would just send me a couple good cuvettes, and they said yes :D
     
  6. Mr. Ugly

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    Resolved :D

    http://www.bareefers.org/home/node/12396
     
  7. Mr. Ugly

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    Grrr... replacement cuvettes also scratched. One of them really badly.

    I had guessed that Hanna subs out their cuvettes from some cheap supplier, but I just read on their website that they do all their own manufacturing.

    :(
     
  8. JAR

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    It sounds like they are just messing with you. :D
     
  9. Mr. Ugly

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    I'm sure :D

     
  10. Mr. Ugly

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    So now they actually have seen the issue for themselves.

    I posted:

     
  11. JAR

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    It's picky pain in the a$$ customers that make the world a better place.
    Did I just say that?
     
  12. Mr. Ugly

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    It's a habit I have from making sure that none of the work coming out of my groups have quality issues.

    Our customers are weasley unappreciative scapegoating backstabbing prima donnas.

    And yes, I did just say that :D

    I have to make sure that we're "perfect", because that's all we have in self defense. Techies don't play politics.
     
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  14. Mr. Ugly

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    Another recent fun quote from work.

    "We don't always have to be right, but we usually are."

    :D
     

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