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REEFMASTER PIPER: Simplifying Seawater Technology

A project in Graz, Austria by Stefan Kofler

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A fully automated and autonomous device to measure sea water parameters (Kh, Ca, Mg, NO3, PO4). See your water parameters on the app.
Backers: 29
Average Pledge Per Backer: €438

Funded: €12,697 of €9,800
Dates: Jun 1st -> Jul 4th (34 days)
Project By: Stefan Kofler
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On the way to mass production

June 29th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi Backers, thanks a lot for supporting us. The Kickstarter campaign is a great success and reached the funding goal after less than a day! We already built the first Pipers and perform the final testing. The test results look promising - there are... (Read More)

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