API 5 in 1 Aquarium Test Strips

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Just dip & read! Aquariam water testing has never been easier.

  • Measures pH, Nitrite, Nitrate, Carbonate & General Hardness
  • Highly accurate color charts for precise test results
  • Chart colors are distinctive, making the test results easy to read
  • Superior moisture protection packaging to ensure testing accuracy


In order for fish to thrive, water conditions in the aquarium need to be the same or very similar to those found in nature. This kit measures 5 of the most important aquarium conditions. Improper levels can cause fish stress, which can lead to illness and death.

Water Problem Solving and Regular Care

API Makes It Simpler

Follow the API EASY CARE GUIDE steps to simplify aquarium care.

Regular testing of key water parameters is an essential part of routine aquarium maintenance. Levels should be tested weekly to make sure they do not reach undesirable levels.


API 5-in-5 Aquariam Test Strips Sizes

  • 25 test strips – packaged in a stay-dry tube with snap-tight cap
  • Contains easy to read instructions on how to correct unsafe water conditions
  • 4 test strips – individually foiled strips

Other Items to Consider

API AMMONIA Tests Strips

  • Measures Ammonia in an aquariam
  • Just dip and read

pH UP or pH DOWN

  • Raises or lowers aquariam pH
  • For freshwater aquariams
  • Safe for fish and plants


  • Sets and stabilizes pH from 6.5 to 8.2
  • Removes chlorine

NITRA-ZORB filtration media

  • Reduces risk of fish loss
  • Removes toxic ammonia, nitrite & nitrate
  • For freshwater aquariams
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  • Desiccant lined tube provides maximum moisture protection
  • Includes instruction booklet on how to correct unsafe water conditions
  • Just dip & read

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