06-03-2008, 07:31 PM
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Sorry, my technology has not caught up with the rest of the world. I don't have a digital camera to post pictures.
However, the Red Sea kit is common in almost every pet shop. It is a liquid kit with test tubes. The best feature is the cap for the test tube, which is very well made and inserts internally. The API kits have an external cap, which tends to leak on occasion, especially when testing for Nitrate and having to "shake vigorously". The Red Sea kit is also designs to hold the test tubes and bottles nicely, which helps with storage. The Red Sea box is blue, and says "Marine Lab" across the front and on top
Although the API kit is less expensive, i have found it much easier to read. On a final note, I believe the best test kits is your EYES. If your corals and fish are healthy and thriving, then you can have much more trust in the results of your test kit.