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    De-Ox vs. Narkedat Cell Checker

    Good morning guys;

    I'm interested to buy a new cell checker.

    What do you prefer between the following? and why?
    I'm really frustrated at the decision....

    DE-OX ® CHECK: test oxygen sensors under pressure - Temc

    Cell Checker©

    Thanks for any advise!!!

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    Re: De-Ox vs. Narkedat Cell Checker

    It's an easy question! The De-OX can check the cells with air or oxygen and you get the response time in milliseconds..

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    Re: De-Ox vs. Narkedat Cell Checker

    Quote Originally Posted by offpro  View Original Post
    It's an easy question! The De-OX can check the cells with air or oxygen and you get the response time in milliseconds..
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    Re: De-Ox vs. Narkedat Cell Checker

    Both will allow you to check in oxygen or air, but oxygen is your ideal test gas of course.

    I went with the Narked@90 large cell checker and couldn't be happier. Apart from the hardware, the software is important too, so you can see where you cells are sitting at. The Narked@90 software provides 12 plot points in the graph, so you get a very accurate visual representation of cell voltage linearity, from what I've seen, the Ox one only seems to offer 3 plot points. Narked@90 are second to none on after sales questions/support. The build quality of the unit is superb, such so that it has won awards and is used by the military. They have an optional cable that allows you to check your controller too and it all comes in a nice Storm hard case.

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    Re: De-Ox vs. Narkedat Cell Checker

    Quote Originally Posted by jasace  View Original Post
    Both will allow you to check in oxygen or air, but oxygen is your ideal test gas of course.
    How high presure can you have in the narked pot?

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    Re: De-Ox vs. Narkedat Cell Checker

    I do not own either of these cell checkers, but have used both of them a few times. Although the Narked@90 one does not give response times, I find it to be overall easier and faster to use. If I was to actually spend my money to buy one, I would lean towards this one for those two reasons.
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    Re: De-Ox vs. Narkedat Cell Checker

    Thanks guys for your advice.
    I think to spend my money versus narkedat90...more plot points, better quality, better price...better support...better software on pc!
    unfortunately de-ox in my opinion have a bad marketing policy: even a cent of discount...de-ox check looks like a prototype...customer care does not always available...
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    I have just bought the narked at 90 large cell checker and I have to say it is very simply an easy to use I could not be happier !!

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    Re: De-Ox vs. Narkedat Cell Checker

    Quote Originally Posted by offpro  View Original Post
    how high presure can you have in the narked pot?
    2ata.

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    Re: De-Ox vs. Narkedat Cell Checker

    Quote Originally Posted by SilentDive  View Original Post
    Thanks guys for your advice.
    I think to spend my money versus narkedat90...more plot points, better quality, better price...better support...better software on pc!
    unfortunately de-ox in my opinion have a bad marketing policy: even a cent of discount...de-ox check looks like a prototype...customer care does not always available...
    I haven't seen the De-Ox one myself, but have seen some plots from it. You won't be disappointed with your choice of the Narked@90 one.

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