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End Times Assistance - Geiger Counter GQ GMC-320-Plus £94.00 Sold by GQ Electronics UK Europe and Fulfilled by Amazon £75.20

£75.20 @ Amazon
You can truly buy anything on the internet, or even in a lightning deal. edit: price update, ends at 19:35 Coming up in a lightning deal later today is your very own Geiger Counter with inbuil… Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
You can truly buy anything on the internet, or even in a lightning deal.

edit: price update, ends at 19:35

Coming up in a lightning deal later today is your very own Geiger Counter with inbuilt Data Logging and a USB charge and Data Interface to your PC.

Visiting Chernobyl (they did), in fear of Putin/Trump/Fukashima, etc, etc now you can watch out for radiation in real time.

Standard price is £94.00 it will drop for a while today!

I truly thought these were only industrial and laboratory tools - who remembers them in school in the '70s when you could handle mild radiation sources or poke mercury around the desk.
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Is it hardened against EMP??
#2
Suppose it's useful if you holiday in Chernobyl?
1 Like #3
Essential equipment for all you F04 Wasteland explorers! HEAT! <3
#4
Gentle_Giant
Is it hardened against EMP??


dont store it with the batteries in. should be sufficient?
#5
Every home should have one.
I couldn't keep count of the amount of geigers running around the house. This would be ideal.
#6
Probably got a back door chip in it...
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kevintoffer

I truly thought these were only industrial and laboratory tools - who remembers them in school in the '70s when you could handle mild radiation sources or poke mercury around the desk.


The mild radioactive sources were so decayed at my school that the physics teacher ended up using the luminous paint on his watch dial as a radioactive source in one of his demonstrations.

Also had asbestos mats for chemistry, some of which were disintegrating in the cupboards they kept them in.

Edited By: melted on Dec 04, 2016 17:57
#8
Regprentice
Gentle_Giant
Is it hardened against EMP??
dont store it with the batteries in. should be sufficient?

Not really. The electro-magnetic pulse from a nuke will (in simple terms) generate a current in all conductors (wires) in its path, it is this current that will fry your chips whether or not the batteries are in.
#9
I read it wrong and nearly bought one. Ginger Counter, Facepalm.
http://24.media.tumblr.com/4f07ad1111b95d323e09d3c6cda62509/tumblr_mfptkrOmJ01s1ctneo1_500.jpg
#10
Ideal if you got some of that glow in the dark, £5 a bottle vodka from dodgy Dave down the pub.

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