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API 5 in 1 Aquarium Test Strips


Item #: AP07033

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The API® Pond 5 in 1 Test Strips provide accurate results for your pond’s water conditions using a highly precise color chart for easy-to-read results.

Snap-cap container keeps unused strips protected and dry, maintaining product stability and extending the shelf life of the product. No separate test vial is required – simply dip a test strip directly into your pond for easy reading of your pond’s levels.

Testing your water has never been so simple!

Measures pH, Nitrite, Nitrate, Carbonate & General Hardness.  Just dip & read!

  • 25 ct

Manufacturer information

Aquarium Pharmaceuticals Aquarium Supplies
Aquarium Pharmaceuticals (API) has been helping people take good care of ornamental fish for over 40 years. Their research and development scientists have advanced the care of fish with all-natural medications, stable bacteria for biological filtration, one-bottle test kits, consumer-friendly dosing caps and much more. They’ve received over 25 global patents for their breakthrough innovations in the aquatics industry. And they continue to look for ways to improve the fishkeeping experience for hobbyists. Research. Experience. Dedication to scientific, quality treatment for healthy fish. It’s what makes API the first choice of aquarium owners. API manufactures and sells hundreds of products across many different product categories, including aquarium and pond treatments, aquarium equipment, aquariums and fish nutrition.

2 Stars


Reviewed on
July 20, 2019

No, I would not recommend this.

Minimally helpful

Pros: Works

Cons: Minimal usefulness

Though it seems convenient to have multiple tests on one strip, it is minimally helpful to most users. The pH test is probably the most useful test. Most tanks that have already established a healthy biofilter don't need to do nitrite testing ever again. Nitrates should be monitored but the strips don't have the accuracy that I'd need to make decisions on whether I'd need to act or not same thing for carbonate hardness (saltwater) and 95% of tanks don't need general hardness monitored. Ammonia testing would be much more useful to include.

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kenneth marks

Reviewed on
July 17, 2009

No, I would not recommend this.

The convenience of test strips

Test strips are convenient for a quicky ba;;p[ark check but they don't provide the accuracy I need to assure my tank's healthfulness.

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