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Where do you guys order your regents for hanna photometers?


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    Sir Patrick - Reefkeeper A2 Club Coordinator
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    Default Where do you guys order your regents for hanna photometers?

    I am out, and need to order more.

    Where do you guys get your from?

    I checked BRS, but found it to be almost $7 to ship my $9 item. Anywhere local? Anywhere with free shipping?

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    Chris,

    $12 with free shipping if Prime on Amazon.

    [ame="http://www.amazon.com/Hanna-Instruments-Reagents-Phosphate-Checker/dp/B003IKNJRU/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1335843050&sr=8-5"]Amazon.com: Hanna Instruments HI 713-25 Reagents Phosphate for HI 713 Checker HC (Pack of 25): Industrial & Scientific@@AMEPARAM@@http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51UQrFZhoKL.@@AMEPARAM@@51UQrFZhoKL[/ame]

    I think I have a bunch left over from when I switched form the 713 to the 736 ULR. I wish I had known you were low, I would have brought them when I came down to pick up the frags.
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    Tom- If you have extras, set them aside. I will buy them off you.

    Thanks for the link. Going to order them right now. Your Hanna threads got me curious now....I didnt think it was possible for my 20 gallon to have such low PO4, all things considered. I figured it was at least 2ppm, if not more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Patrick View Post
    Tom- If you have extras, set them aside. I will buy them off you.

    Thanks for the link. Going to order them right now. Your Hanna threads got me curious now....I didnt think it was possible for my 20 gallon to have such low PO4, all things considered. I figured it was at least 2ppm, if not more!
    Chris - Your welcome to the reagents, I might even have a box or two unopened. I'll look tomorrow.

    I don't know if the problems that I have encountered with the 736 apply to any other of Hanna's meters, but I am totally disappointed in how they have handled it (or more appropriately not handled it.) They have basically ignored the entire subject, refusing to even respond.

    Very disappointing...
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    Quote Originally Posted by CalmSeasQuest View Post
    Chris - Your welcome to the reagents, I might even have a box or two unopened. I'll look tomorrow.

    I don't know if the problems that I have encountered with the 736 apply to any other of Hanna's meters, but I am totally disappointed in how they have handled it (or more appropriately not handled it.) They have basically ignored the entire subject, refusing to even respond.

    Very disappointing...
    I dont blame you....so far, it sounds like they are handling it very poorly.

    Let me know what you find, as far as regents go. It just occured to me that we forgot about your tripod. I will make the trip up to you this time around, and bring it with me.

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