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    Refractometer - RHS-10ATC

    how good is it,anyone using this type,is it that accurate,is it easy to use,is it worth spending$ 50.

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    oh yeah just to tell how nice it is to have...i had one and then i bought a salinity monitor and i had 2 hydrometers.......i traded the refract for a bucket of salt cause here in NB the salt is rare like the popes poo......yesterday i bought another refractometer form ivan......You wont regret it
    Derik...

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    X-link,

    Refractometers are very easy to use, incredibly accurate, and worth every penny.

    I bought the RHS-10ATC from Ivan and don't regret it. It's well built with a metal shaft, and glass eyepiece.

    Calibration is so quick and easy, that you can easily check calibration before every time you use it, test your salinity, and still be as quick as when using a hydrometer.
    I am Homer of BORG... Prepare to be..OOOO!! DONUT!!!!!!

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    just make sure you wash it with freswater after you use it..
    Derik...

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    I bought mine over a year ago. It's one of the best things that I have ever bought for my tank.

    Colby
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    Senior Member volitan's Avatar
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    Also ivan has the best price...i am not sure if i told you that or not.... cant beat 50$..he is even like 15$ plus..cheaper then jl
    Derik...

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    Thanks guys im buying one some time this week

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    YOu wont regret it....its one piece of equuipement thats quality and wont empty your pockets
    Derik...

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    Yes I picked one up from Ivan last week got to say dont know why I never got one before its so much more easier and precise.
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    At the price that Ivan is letting them go for there is no excuse for most to not have one. They are easy to use and very accurate
    Rob

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