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Product Review: Seachem Ammonia Alert

Discussion in 'Product Reviews' started by Jannika, Apr 6, 2010.

  1. Jannika

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    Name: Seachem Ammonia Alert

    Category: Test kits
    Company: Seachem
    Price: $7.50

    Star rating: 5 stars
    Value: 5 stars

    A must-have for newbies who kill more fish from ammonia poisoning each year than Starkist nets, this ammonia alert works 24/7 in freshwater or saltwater tanks. I personally tested it by putting a tiny amount of ammonia into a bucket of water. The card changed color right away, and changed back with a rinse (though it takes a bit longer to come back down). I find the color chart easier to read than the liquid test, and knowing within minutes if my fish are stressed is reassuring, since I can forget to test my water religiously.

    It's about 1.5" x 2" with a suction cup, so those with nice show tanks might not like or need something in there all the time, but it can still take a reading and eliminate the test tube routine for a year or more. Get one. Save a fish.

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