01-09-2010, 04:01 PM
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Thanks Jaysee, glad to be able to talk with some one that actually has one (or more). I bought the seachem too. Does it really last a yr? I'm glad it measures "free ammonia' so if you treat the tank with ammo lock or something like that it will not read the ammonium but only the ammonia, from what I understand. Have you seen this to be that case? I think it a pretty cool idea.
Originally Posted by jaysee
I use seachem ammonia alerts in most of my tanks. I find them very accurate and very sensitive. I used to double check when I first started using them, but not anymore. They've never let me down.