Wood Moisture Meter Reviews

General MM70D Wood Moisture Meter Review

CRITICAL FLAW ALERT!
This meter exhibits a critical flaw—namely its inability to provide results below 8% moisture content, even though the manual states it gives readings to 5.5% moisture content. This flaw renders the meter essentially unusable for a number of common applications, including for flooring installations and furniture making. We deducted one star from our overall rating to reflect this critical flaw.

General MM70D Moisture Meter Push Probe Review

CRITICAL FLAW ALERT!
This meter and its push probe accessory exhibit a critical flaw—namely the inability to obtain results below 8% moisture content. This flaw renders the meter and its push probe accessory essentially unusable for a number of common applications, including for flooring installations and furniture making. We deducted two stars from our overall rating to reflect these critical flaws.

Delmhorst BD-2100 Slide Hammer Review

The Delmhorst BD-2100 comes with a slide hammer that uses resistance technology for measuring moisture content (MC) at various depths in wood and other building materials.

CEM DT-125 Moisture Meter Review

CRITICAL FLAW ALERT!
This meter exhibits a critical flaw—namely its inability to get consistent readings below 8% moisture content. This flaw renders the meter essentially unusable for a number of common applications, including for flooring installations and furniture making. We deducted one star from our overall rating to reflect this critical flaw.

CEM DT-125G Moisture Meter Review

CRITICAL FLAW ALERT!
This meter exhibits two critical flaws—namely significant under-reporting of moisture content (MC) in wood, plus the results below about 8% MC are problematic. These flaws render the meter essentially unusable for a number of common applications, including for flooring installations and furniture making. We deducted two stars from our overall rating to reflect these critical flaws

CEM DT-125G with Hammer Probe Review

CRITICAL FLAW ALERT!
This meter and its hammer probe accessory exhibit two critical flaws—namely significant under-reporting of moisture content (MC) in wood, plus the results below about 8% MC are problematic. These flaws render the meter and its hammer probe accessory essentially unusable for a number of common applications, including for flooring installations and furniture making. We deducted two stars from our overall rating to reflect these critical flaws.

Moisture Register DC-2000 Moisture Meter Review

CRITICAL FLAW ALERT!
This meter exhibits a critical flaw—namely its inability to get consistent readings below 8% moisture content. This flaw renders the meter essentially unusable for a number of common applications, including for flooring installations and furniture making. We deducted one star from our overall rating to reflect this critical flaw.

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