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Aug. 9, 2017 12:10 pm

Tern Water’s test kit is on Product Hunt right now

The Philly IoT company is trying to get to the front page.

Test your water, know your water.

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Philly startup Tern Water is flowin’ these days.

Drexel grad Mohamed Zerban’s startup rolled out a new service last week. It’s a water-quality testing kit called Know Your Water, aimed at raising awareness of water quality while building a client pipeline for the upcoming release of its main product, a smart faucet scheduled to launch at the end of the year.

Today, Tern Water landed the test kit a spot on Product Hunt.

“Sales are picking up well, retailers are loving it, and we added total hardness as another test for users,” Zerban told Technical.ly of how things are going with the new service lately.

All tests are done at Benjamin’s Desk 601 Walnut St. spot, where Tern Water has its lab space set up.

Companies: Tern Water
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