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I have the Tropic Marin Ca/Mg test kit (Like a 2 in 1 thing). During my move, I seemed to have misplaced the instruction booklet. Does anyone know where I can download it from ?
 
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I have just emailed Tropic Marin. Within 5 minutes I have the PDF File. How's that for service.
 
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Yeah..I remember when I lost my instructions for my Master Test kit...I emailed them and within 5 minutes I got the full instructions....

mmmmmmm Maybe Millepora is working for them..Thats why the good service..hehe
 

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I have the Tropic Marin Ca/Mg test kit (Like a 2 in 1 thing). During my move, I seemed to have misplaced the instruction booklet. Does anyone know where I can download it from ?
Smithers, I am just about to buy one of those. Are you happy with it? It's quite an expensive kit. Would hate to buy another faulty kit costing me over R300.
 
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They are excellent test kits. Easy to use and good instructions. Much better than the Red sea test kit.
I think the R300 for a Mg and Ca test kit is well worth it. I also have the TM PH, No2 and No3 test kits. All excellent and easy to use.
 

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Thanks SMithers,

Yes, I decided to only buy TM test kits from now on as I see a lot of good reviews about it. I have to replace virtually my whole range of test kits now. Gonna be an expensive operation.
 
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All my test kits are TM - I have the PO4, CA, CA&MG and the Expert Test Kit (NO3, NO2, Amonia, KH, PH)

All seem good to me.
 
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i have the nitrate/trite, the KH, and calcium. All spot on.

Well worth the cash, remember, a faulty test kit can cause you huge and costly mistakes.
 

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