"RE: my new toy came today salinity test" 3:46pm Friday 24th Nov
joined: 22nd Jan 10
last here: 9:02pm Sunday 18th Feb
If you are looking at accurately checking salt levels in your pond but don't want to pay for an electronic tester a simple refractometer will do the same job at a quarter of the price.
No batteries, no electronics, easy to calibrate. Here is the one I bought currently available for £12.79!
"RE: my new toy came today salinity test" 10:01am Saturday 25th Nov
joined: 28th Aug 09
last here: 8:46pm Yesterday
from: shelf, halifax
Cheers Dave - appreciate the advice !
Your link is not actually taking me to the product ?
Which one do you recommend as there are several refractometers on Amazon
I had come across these before but discounted as they are for the kitchen or aquarium but clearly water is water wherever
"RE: my new toy came today salinity test" 8:25am Wednesday 29th Nov
joined: 27th Apr 12
last here: 9:24pm Thursday 25th Jan
from: Castleford west Yorkshir
i got it from amazon for about 70.00 for it and easy to use mate. to put some salt in bucket mix with pond water then put it in the pond so on then test with the salt meter till you get 0.03%then in two day add some more till you get up till 0.06% then so till you get the save weighing salt out and work how much you need
Hi my is lee I'm from Castleford west Yorkshire my pond is 3100 gallon I'm new to this game but I love koi and my job is working with homeless people