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I just ran out of the Nitrates....
I know I've seen a place somewhere on line but can't remember :?

Any info. would be appreciated!!
 

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You can also go directly to LaMotte. The advantage is reagents will be fresh, reagents for all tests are available, and you can order larger size bottles that will save $. The downside is if you don't place a minimum order of of ($50? I think) you pay a heavy handling charge. http://www.lamotte.com/pages/aqua/index.html Somewhere on the site is access to xls price list. If you don't find it let me know and I will email one to you. Or you could email LaMotte for a price list. Now that I think about it the price list might not be on the site. I ordered small bottles once before an operator told me I could get mega ounces for the same price as the two puny ounces bottles I was ordering.

I didn't see the shipping charges on the siite Jay L. mentioned, but chances are good that would be a better deal for smaller quantities. I was a avid tester for a while. About a year ago bought a big time supply of reagents and have tested maybe a half dozen times since - figures.

Jay Reeves
 

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I am a bit confused on this.........
The "Aquatico" site has the Reagents in Liquid Form...

I have the LaMotte Nitrate kit with the Octa- Slide....
One of things I have found out about it that I don't particulary like is
the fact that I am sometimes reading between #'s and really don't
seem to know exactly where I'm at... ( readings) ppm.. Colors etc..
THis has the 2 tablets that you administer.....

Is the Other versions more accurate in general or?????
 
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