Chrono

Discussion in 'General Airgun Chat' started by suds, Mar 15, 2012.

  1. suds

    suds Senior member

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    Has anyone tried out the CED Millennium mk2 chronograph, I would like to know how accurate and reliable they are. Thanks for your help. Dave
     
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    villiers Self appointed antipimp

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    Robf on here has one have seen it in use and it's a good bit of kit.:)
    Am sure he will pop along shortly and give us the full run down.:D
     
  3. suds

    suds Senior member

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    Thanks Don
     
  4. PeteM

    PeteM New Member

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    I have had one for about 6 months, I find it super reliable & accurate. I do strongly suggest you get the infrared screens for it, as without the screens, the same problems the Chrony & the Skan have with sunlight arise. I have cross checked CED M2 with a Skan, a Chrony (in good lighting conditions) & a Combro (that was working properly) and they are very similar.

    CED has lots of good features like it will speak the velocities & the console/readout can be positioned near you, it also has very large numbers. The console is excellent all functions immediately available at the push of a button

    It is a bit fiddly to set up & you need power for the infrared screens or the optional battery pack.

    The next best chrono is the Oehler Model 35P System which is about $575 US so £575 (at least) + VAT + Import Duty + shipping

    Hope that helps.
     
  5. suds

    suds Senior member

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    Thanks for your advice Pete, i will get the infared screen, this the type of feedback i was after.
     

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