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mrdave

Review: Red Sea Algae Control Pro Test Kit

I thought I would write a review on these test kits as they have been dubbed as hard to use by a few people I know and admittedly myself included

 

As you know I have opted to go with RSC program (self funded) and as part of the program testing is very important (as it is in the hobby in general) but once again admittedly my testing regime was down to when @@WOODY5371 came round and did it. That being said I have started testing hence my review.

 

Presentation

 

As always with Red Sea great packaging and well put together.Very colourfull and basic outline of product on the cardboard box. Inside there is a tidy black plastic box with the test kit name clearly on the out side.

 

Contents

 

P04- Bottle A (states on bottle how many drops) Bottle B (states on bottle how many drops)

Syringe, 2 glass bottles and the unique holder and indicator disc that is flipped over for the N03

 

N03- Bottle A (states on bottle how many drops) Bottle B (stsates on bottle how many drops) Tub 3 (says on tub how many spoons)

 

Very clear instruction guide in diagram form.

 

It may be a little harder to use than say salifert but after a few uses it is pretty easy to use and comparing  results more accurate.

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