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New AuRACLE AGT-2 Gold Tester Comes to Esslinger.com

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[June 01, 2012]

New AuRACLE AGT-2 Gold Tester Comes to Esslinger.com

Jun 01, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- In a year, the AuRACLE Electronic Gold Tester has evolved with the times: the new AuRACLE AGT-2 model takes all the advantages of its predecessor and combines them with the technology revolution.

The new AuRACLE Electronic Gold Tester AGT-2 was introduced at the JCK show in Las Vegas the last day of May 2012. This gold tester from GemOro, will be arriving at Esslinger and Company, St. Paul, MN in August.

If the AGT-1 impressed business owners and jewelers like Bill Esslinger, the owner of Esslinger & Company, last year, the AGT-2 completely amazed them.

"It's just amazing how they've adapted [the AGT-2] to new technology like the iPad," Esslinger said, "It looks very nice and is incredibly user-friendly." While the AGT-2 retains the high standard of accuracy set by the AGT-1, it improves it in other ways. The gold tester has been integrated with touch screen and mobile technology making it possible to test metals in seconds anywhere, at anytime.

Hook the tester up to a iPad, iPhone, Android phone or tablet technology, and get easy to read results displayed on the device via a bar graph readout or analog meter readout. The new technology also allows the tester software to save the testing results for history or logging purposes.

"It's $100 more expensive than the AGT-1, but its well worth the cost," Esslinger said.

Compared to the original AuRACLE tester, the AGT-2 is even more user friendly. Integrated with personal mobile technology, the tester removes any need for prior prior training or experience in gold testing: anyone can determine the karat weight of their gold, if the metal is gold at all with the LED display.

It features the patented AuRACLE testing technology that tests gold of all color variations from six karat gold to 24 karat gold, platinum, and even distinguishes between gold filled, gold plated, and solid gold pieces. Still a non-destructive test: it does not require the use of any gels, staining chemicals or acids to test metals which makes it is safe to use when testing unknown metals.

With easy to understand results, this gold tester is a $529 investment that will last for as long as a business needs to continue testing gold: the included saline-filled pen probe testing tip will provide approximately 5,000 gold tests and when the pen probe needs to be replaced, a new probe is available for only $19.95.

Visit Esslinger Gold Testing Supplies at esslinger.com for more information on the GemOro AuRACLE AGT-2 gold tester.

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