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  • posted bylajoswinkler on 06/26/2013

    The fork is very well made. It is not made of aluminium as advertised, but from stainless steel, but that's good, as aluminium would be easy to distort and lose its acoustic properties. There are no scratches on the surface. There are really no cons with this instrument. Tuning forks are and at 1... Read more

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  • posted byAndosten on 10/18/2012

    Solid steel, no welding joints Comes in a protective leather pouch Well pitched to 440Hz - A Good grip with the ball at the end There is no documentation of any test to garantee a perfect pitched A Price maybe a bit high, it's basically just some steel Buy 2 and test them againt each other to it... Read more

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  • posted byaspadua on 07/21/2012

    Kids who are learning to play musical instruments loves to use it. It's simplicity is quite beautiful, although is not that easy to make it useful. The leather pouch is cheap, but the tuning fork itself is very well constructed and seems to be durable. Also, it is accurate as others have said in... Read more

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  • posted byRGBrazil on 06/30/2012

    Good price for a tunning fork, frequency very closed to 440 Hz when analyzed in different tools: Adobe Audition: 443 - 444 Hz TuneIt!: 440.76 - 441.27 Hz Guitar Tuner (for Symbian): 441.17 Hz There is a little diference among the tools, but in practice, this difference is almost zero and it's to... Read more

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  • posted bydougperes11 on 06/21/2011

    The tuner works fine, has a clear and loud tone (exactly 440Hz) and is made from a good quality metal (but it's some metalic blend, not alluminum!!!) The small bag that carries the tuner is not made of genuine leather as said at the add. It's made of a cheap material. I like things that don't or... Read more

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  • posted byfrollard on 04/08/2011

    Quite accurate - Measurement using CoolEditPro Frequency analysis shows 440.06hz *see screenshot attached. Frequency measurement taken at ~20 degrees C at 1010 hPa barometric pressure. My phone was also used to test, detects a true 440hz digital signal as 440.8, detects this fork as 441.1hz, can... Read more

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