This tool can check moisture levels in wood, cotton, furniture, and more: $18 (Save 30%)

30% off $18

Thousandshores Inc (99% lifetime positive feedback) via Amazon is offering the Dr.meter Pinless Wood Moisture Meter for $18.19 Prime shipped once the on-page 30% off coupon has been clipped. If you are not a Prime member, orders that exceed $25 will qualify for free shipping. With a typical price of $26, today’s offer shaves roughly $8 off and newly marks the lowest price we have tracked. Once armed with this moisture meter, you’ll be able to quickly gather the water saturation level in wood. Thanks to a pin-less design, it will not cause any damage and still has a mere 2% margin of error. Readings will range from 4% to 80%, making it easy to identify the condition of building materials. It can be used on indoor or outdoor materials and also works on cotton, furniture, and more.

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Dr.meter Pinless Wood Moisture Meter features:

  • When measuring the moisture content of expensive and/or beautiful wood items, you want to preserve their beauty. This pinless moisture content detector was designed with that in mind. You can now get precise moisture content reading with the purely inductive scanning method and keep the wooden surfaces intact.
  • To cater for the measurement of moisture in wooden materials of various densities, we have included 10 special grades. This makes this humidity detector suitable for use for indoor and outdoor wooden materials. You can use it to determine the moisture content in cotton, furniture, and medical supplies.

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