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    Like Christmas in May!

    ok I got the 1250 today.... haven't mounted it yet but I have read the manual and scrolled through the menu's. This thing is sweet! I can't believe how solid it feels. I haven't been excited about putting gauges on a unit in a long time I can't wait to put this thing into action tomorrow.

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    Like's hold the keys to the kingdom
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    This damn thread made me order a set of digi-cools finally.

    So I so excited to check them out tonight. But wait, signature required. Damn now I have to wait till tomorrow.

    And damn this forum, the money I have spent listening to you guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ascj View Post
    And damn this forum, the money I have spent listening to you guys.

    THIS is money well spent. Soon you will be like the rest of us and those "other" gauges will just be sitting in the truck!
    Life is too short, Behappy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pneuma View Post
    ok I got the 1250 today.... haven't mounted it yet but I have read the manual and scrolled through the menu's. This thing is sweet! I can't believe how solid it feels.
    Wait until you open it up.

    Those big stainless steel screws and covers are meant to last.

    Digi-Cools are like parrots and may outlast their owners.

    Will you write me in your Will
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsiceman View Post
    Wait until you open it up.

    Those big stainless steel screws and covers are meant to last.

    Digi-Cools are like parrots and may outlast their owners.

    Will you write me in your Will
    lol! Sorry but my 8 year old already looked at it and said, thats cool Dad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by behappy View Post
    The Testo 435 IMHO is one of the best tools you could have for airflow measurement. There has been a number of times I have gone behind "Mr. I know everything about airflow" and proved to the HO that they had a problem.

    The testo 435-4 is a great tool and worth every penny!

    I can not tell you how many times that it has helped determine and document problems.

    The best thing in this world is showing the results of before and after, its called measured performance.
    "Correct Installation is the Key"

    .1 has killed more HX then Rush Limbaugh

    What is your TESP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ascj View Post
    This damn thread made me order a set of digi-cools finally.

    So I so excited to check them out tonight. But wait, signature required. Damn now I have to wait till tomorrow.

    And damn this forum, the money I have spent listening to you guys.
    It will save you money in the long run. and Its the best money you'll ever spend with the Best Customer Service you'll get anywhere on anything ever.

    You'll love them
    If you help others then you are a Success

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    Well I picked them up from UPS last night. I had the day off so I mounted them up on to my favorite Imperial manifold. Set them up on my house system. Wow they are slick and easy to use.

    I have two gripe. Why couldn't they have the liquid line temp show after the suction temp? I know you can just look at the suction temp and td and do the math. The other gripe is it would be nice if you could have the option to have the sat temp, sh and sc, or line temps listed under the pressures. So you could watch them without scrolling through mode.

    Over all they seem very rugged and easy to use. I hope they work out for me.

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    Enjoy
    I you have no idea what a different it makes
    And to have a set of gages that if they take a wack you don't worry if the out of calibration
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    Quote Originally Posted by ascj View Post
    Well I picked them up from UPS last night. I had the day off so I mounted them up on to my favorite Imperial manifold. Set them up on my house system. Wow they are slick and easy to use.

    I have two gripe. Why couldn't they have the liquid line temp show after the suction temp? I know you can just look at the suction temp and td and do the math. The other gripe is it would be nice if you could have the option to have the sat temp, sh and sc, or line temps listed under the pressures. So you could watch them without scrolling through mode.

    Over all they seem very rugged and easy to use. I hope they work out for me.
    I have the 4 valve imperial. I mounted it and they look great. But I never got a chance to hook them up and try them out... I'll probably use my unit as the test this weekend.

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