Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 11
Rated 4 out of 5 by pauly It's ALL in the chart
For those who are far-sighted and didn't/can't read the print at the back and below the bottle just pull it back or cut it with a blade and it folds out or you can find this chart also on pdf file to download at:
Now in my area I have a problem with hard water and too high ph (alkalinity) which this combo makes it perfect for me to check/monitor, in addition to when I add water I need to know the chlorine in that too. Glad there is a combo product like this and the price is not bad too. With knowledge comes responsibility: Only thing now I need to buy other chemicals to keep adjusting the water to a safe level.
January 27, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Russ1 Color Chart on label
To counter the six reviewers that found it easier go the manufacturer's website to write a 1 star review and drive to the store to return the product than to read the instructions - the label is clearly protruding, indicating it is a pull back label (like many over the counter medicine instructions), and clearly states "Pull here to open label for more information and Color Charts". I am genuinely concerned for the future of humanity. The tests and charts have worked great with no issue.
November 2, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Retiredprofessor Amazing!
This is a great product! Have been using it for 3 years. Whats amazing is that one-half (!!!) of the people who left reviews were unable to read the directions and/or discover the the charts under the pull-up label. Makes you wonder! Buy this, use it regularly, keep a record and your fish will thank you!
January 26, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bettafishal Great product, read the label
This is an excellent product. As one user commented, there should be less negative reviews from people, mainly from complaining about no color chart included. It's wrapped on the side of the container with an arrow marked to peel back the sticky part and WHALAH, theres a chart for both fresh and salt water. It's faster results for a quick read when you don't want to mess with the tubes for testing.
October 7, 2014