Leisure Time 45005 Test Strips Bromine Spa and Hot Tub
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- Keep your spa water balanced by making sure it is within the following recommended ranges: pH 7.2-7.8, total alkalinity 80-120 ppm and calcium hardness 150-400 ppm
- Available for chlorine and bromine sanitizing systems
- For more than 25 years, Leisure Time has been the premier name in spa water care
- Bromine test strip
- Quick and easy to read
- Easy to use
- Accurate spa water testing
- Compatible with bromine and ozone systems
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|Item Dimensions||7.25 x 1.25 x 3.75 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||45005|
|Shipping Weight||0.04 pounds|
Fast, easy and accurate spa water testing with the dip of a strip. Simply dip a strip in the spa or hot tub water, and compare to the color chart on the back of the bottle. Easy-to-read spa test strips and hot tub test strips are compatible with bromine and ozone sanitizers. Tests spa water for: pH, total alkalinity, calcium hardness and bromine.
Top customer reviews
I just got done sending those Leisure time strips back to Amazon, and just received a replacement for the 'defective' ones. Unfortunately, the replacements performed the same! Upon careful analysis under direct sunlight, it appears that the bromine tab is showing a little color to indicate that the level is proper. However, this is a far cry from the performance that I previously enjoyed. Leisure Time, what happened? I will attempt to finish out the remainder of these strips (will need to read in direct sunlight to even come close to discerning a change), then I will check updated reviews here on Amazon. Unless something changes back, I will look elsewhere.
The pH inaccuracies have me questioning how accurate bromine, alkalinity and calcium hardness readings are now.