Post pictures of your beloved aquaria here. Also good for pictures of your fish rooms or equipment discussions. If you are posting pictures of identified catfish, please do so in the appropriate husbandry and reproduction forum above.
"The tester functions in temperatures of 0.0 to 60.0 degrees C/32.0 to 140.0 degrees F (+ or - 0.5 degrees C/1 degree F), and has a range of pH 0.0 to 14.0 (+ or - 0.05 pH). EC range is 0 to 3999 uS/cm, TDS range is 0 to 2000 ppm (+ or - 2% F.S), with respective resolutions 1 uS/cm and 1 ppm. At 3.5 ounces and 8.3 x 2.7 x 1.3 inches (H x W x D), the HI 98129 is sized for taking measurements in the field. "
"My journey is at an end and the tale is told. The reader who has followed so faithfully and so far, they have the right to ask, what do I bring back? It can be summed up in three words. Concentrate upon Uganda." Winston Churchill, My African Journey
I haven't used this one, but I know Hanna kit is good stuff. Having said that, you may find that it's cheaper [but a tad more work] to get separate bit of kit for TDS/Temp/pH. I have a TDS/Temp one that cost around $25, and my pH meter was around $40. So it depends on whether you want to have "one meter that does it all"... Of course, buying 2-3 Hanna instruments products probably will cost about the same anyways.
It would be a good idea to check out the replacement cost for the ph probe. I use separate standard meters and can usually go a year before needing a new ph probe. A standard probe runs me about $35.
Just remember, every successful spawning in aquaria helps to preserve them in the wild. My goal is to obtain and spawn as many Pseudacanthicus species as possible so more people can enjoy them. Three down, many to go.