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Tetra EasyStrips 6-In-1 aquarium Test Strips, Water Testing (19542)

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  • COMPLETE TESTING Regularly testing your water levels is critical to the success of your aquarium
  • 6 DIFFERENT TESTS WITH 1 STRIP Just one test monitors nitrates nitrites water hardness chlorine alkalinity and pH levels
  • VERSATILE Can be used in both freshwater and saltwater aquariums
  • CONVENIENT Just dip into water wait 60 seconds and read results
  • USAGE Use weekly to monitor aquarium water after water changes or when adding new fish

Specification: Tetra EasyStrips 6-In-1 aquarium Test Strips, Water Testing (19542)

Item Weight

22.68 g

Department

Unisex-Adult

Manufacturer

Tetra

Item model number

19542

Date First Available

June 1, 2011

Item Package Dimensions L x W x H

5.91 x 3.94 x 1.54 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

4 x 1.5 x 6 inches

Brand Name

Tetra

Target Audience Keyword

fish

Directions

See label for directions

Warranty Description

See label for details

Model Name

Tetra

color

6-in-1 Test

size

25-Strip

material

Plastic

Age Range Description

All Life Stages

Number of Items

1

5 reviews for Tetra EasyStrips 6-In-1 aquarium Test Strips, Water Testing (19542)

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  1. Jim S

    Was pleasantly surprised by how easy this product is to use!!

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  2. Jim S

    These arrived the same morning a fish died so I was eager to use it.. unfortunately I was late for work so quickly dipped the strip and took it with me.. Found out Its hard to do the color compare and drive at the same time 🙂

    The colors do seem a little bit darker now that it’s dried and I later read that I only get 30 seconds to assess and record any problems.. That 30 seconds seems really short. I wish they had a second chart that would work but only for use after the strip is dry. The other hassle I had was in getting the cover pulled back from the bottle without ripping it.. it’s stuck on really tight and hard to peel back the chart with your thumbnail alone.. By the way the SmartPhone App makes you wait 60 seconds before you can take a photo of the strip and then doesn’t let you save it or any notes on the image, it should let you take the strip photo and save it and the results diagnosis at the same time.. More later once I learn to use it properly…

    Ok so I’ve used 4 strips and have tried to do an accurate compare between manually reading the chart alongside the strip and using the app on an iPhone 7 and I’m not sure yet which is more accurate since a different anomalies were flagged with both techniques. Not sure yet which is more accurate and since I’ve changed 1/3 the water with pre-treated fresh Water I need more samples.. I am sure that SanDiegoCA Tap Water has high PH above 8.2 in my case yet one day it read high and today (the next day) the same Water read Ok. I wish I was more confident I’m reading it correctly but 30 seconds after a 30 second wait makes it hard to use the App on the same sample which won’t allow you to start it till the strip has been wet for 60 seconds … with the rapid drift in color it’s a moving target and not as repeatable or consistent as I’d hoped this would be but certainly worth doing since these fish are so expensive it’s worth the investment.

    I’m using Seachem Prime and a bacteria Stability products and just ordered something to lower the PH.. here are some photos I wish this were a 50gal tank since I think a 20 gal like mine is much harder to manage. I’ve lost two GolFish Tetras in three weeks and believe the strips will really help now that I have them but may need to invest in a liquid chemical mix kit too since these results are a little iffy and harder to decode under various lighting conditions and time delays after dipping them.

    This chlorine danger flagged seems bogus (for example ) cause the strip looks fine and the same pre-treated new water was fine in less than a day

    Btw the strip on the front right was unused and right out of the bottle with a 2019 Exp date.the 2nd 3rd strips are based on the same sample with a 60 sec offset delay. I’m not a fish breed but can’t stand to see my fish die..

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  3. Shari

    This works great. It shows where the problem is using this product.

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  4. Anthony

    They are very accurate and value is great, incredibly easy to read

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  5. Mary

    I haven’t tested my aquarium water for decades. Now that I have Discus I was curious as to what my water parameters were because the experts talk about how important that is. I bought some fancy meter ‘water readers’ and a complete pain to calibrate and clean the meters after use and they don’t even tell you what these strips do. THESE are the way to go! Great reviews by those who have compared them to more “precise” ways to test water. So simple to use: just dip the test strip in the water, pull it out and compare to the little chart included. I’ll never use those meters again! BTW: the Discus are spawning (before testing the water) and aquatic plants are blooming, so I figured my water was “good” anyway. Nice to have it verified though just to compare to what the books say.

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