Meet the TestDrop Pro, the future of water testing. Worried about the water in your home? Don’t trust your filter? Planning a vacation or camping trip? Now you can test before you drink.
With the TestDrop Pro you can test any kind of water in real time and get instant results; a red light for contaminated water and a blue light for water with no detectable contaminants. The test takes two seconds from start to finish and detects over 20 of the most common water contaminants including lead and E. coli. You can also connect to the companion App to check your water score and review your testing history.
Weighing less than an ounce, the TestDrop Pro is small enough to fit right on your keychain so you’ll always have it with you. The battery is reusable for about two thousand tests and the sensor never touches the water so you can drink the exact water you tested.
WHAT DOES THE TESTDROP DO?
TestDrop allows you to test any type of water. By simply pouring a water sample into a plastic cup, and taking a reading with the TestDrop next to the cup, you can know by the blue or red lights if certain contaminants have been identified in the water. You can also send the recent tests you've done to the app, take a video, add your tests to the Lishtot Global Water Map, and/or learn more details about the level and type of contaminants in your drinking water. There is no contact between the TestDrop and the water, and there is no requirement for adding chemicals or waiting for some reaction. The whole process is complete in 5 seconds.
HOW DOES THE TESTDROP WORK?
Based on well-known chemistry principals, the patented technology behind the TestDrop detect electric fields associated with the presence of water. If contaminants are present, those electric fields are distorted in various ways, depending on the type of contaminant present in the water. The sensor records a result on the device, and then via Bluetooth can send the information to the companion mobile app.
WHEN SHOULD I USE THE TESTDROP?
The TestDrop should be used anywhere and everywhere possible for testing your drinking water. Part of our goal is to help the world know more about its water. You can test tap water, bottled water, and natural water like streams and rivers. You can test filtered water and distilled water. At home, at work, and in the wilderness. In public water fountains and restaurants. Any type of water that you want to drink, you can test.
WHY DO I NEED A TESTDROP?
TestDrop is the most convenient and inexpensive way to regularly test your water for contaminants. Most people have no idea about the quality of the water they drink, and for such an important and life-sustaining resource, people should know more. Whether you're hiking outdoors, traveling to another country, interested to know what's coming out of your home tap or just looking to know how your bottled water compares to your tap water, TestDrop is here to provide answers.
DOES THE RED LIGHT MEAN THAT MY WATER IS DANGEROUS?
No. The red light means that the detector has identified something in the water that should not be there. For example, if you have clean water, it should give a blue light. If you drink a bit from the plastic cup and measure again, the red light may come on. The protein from your saliva has changed the water behaviour and the resulting measurement. But your saliva is not dangerous, though others might not want to drink water with someone else's saliva! A red light suggests that the water in the plastic cup is somehow adulterated; a blue light means that the materials listed on our website as contaminants were not detected at their test concentrations.
CHECK OUT THE FOLLOWING USER GUIDE VIDEOS:
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