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Seachem test kits vs. API test kit
I'm thinking about switching over to the Seachem test kits (ammonia, nitrites/nitrates, and ph) because not only do they seem more accurate than the API test kit, but they seem much simpler to use; as in there are no test tubes to fill up and rinse out and you don't run the risk of dropping and breaking them. Also, every test tube I have leaks when I shake them and I'm really tired of getting the liquid reagents all over my hands and pants. So I feel switching to the Seachem test kits will be the right move for me. What do you all think?
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