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32oz API Tap Water Conditioner for Aquariums EXPIRED

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Amazon has 32oz API Tap Water Conditioner for Aquariums for $5.92 when you check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

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About this item:
  • Contains one (1) API TAP WATER CONDITIONER Aquarium Water Conditioner 32-Ounce Bottle
  • Neutralizes chlorine, chloramines and other chemicals to make tap water safe for fish
  • Prevents tap water chemicals from causing gill destruction, tissue irritation and fish death
  • Super strength, high concentration formula
  • Use when adding or changing water and when adding new fish to freshwater and saltwater aquariums

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 32oz API Stress Coat Aquarium Water Conditioner for $5.92 when you check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. >Note: Shipping is free w/Prime

$6.23 - $0.31 (5% Subscribe & Save Savings) = $5.92

$6.23 - $0.93 (15% Subscribe & Save Savings) = $5.30

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Mind that Prime dosage is only 1ml per 10 gal (not 5ml per 10 gal, like api stress coat).
A 32oz bottle (~950ml) of API Stress coat would treat 1900 gal of water. So the "cost to treat" with API Stress Coat is $3.27 per 1000 gal (not accounting for S&S savings)
A 250ml of prime will treat 2500 gal of water, so the cost to treat is $3.67 per 1000 gal, so they are almost the same in terms of long-term treatment costs.

What is probably more important for me is that, from what I read on various forums, API Stress Coat don't go well with some Seachem filtration/purification products, notably Purigen. I don't know if that is true, but I wouldn't risk switching for this reason alone, given the price is almost the same.

Anyway, always rep+ for aquarium deals!

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Normally use Prime, but at this price I'll def go for it.
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Quote from lordkev :
Normally use Prime, but at this price I'll def go for it.
Mind that Prime dosage is only 1ml per 10 gal (not 5ml per 10 gal, like api stress coat).
A 32oz bottle (~950ml) of API Stress coat would treat 1900 gal of water. So the "cost to treat" with API Stress Coat is $3.27 per 1000 gal (not accounting for S&S savings)
A 250ml of prime will treat 2500 gal of water, so the cost to treat is $3.67 per 1000 gal, so they are almost the same in terms of long-term treatment costs.

What is probably more important for me is that, from what I read on various forums, API Stress Coat don't go well with some Seachem filtration/purification products, notably Purigen. I don't know if that is true, but I wouldn't risk switching for this reason alone, given the price is almost the same.

Anyway, always rep+ for aquarium deals!
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Trying to place the order to the same address that I always use, but it's giving me the following error:

"Sorry, this item can't be shipped to your selected address. Learn more. You may either change the shipping address or delete the item from your order."

I re-entered the address into my account but it didn't make a difference. I've shipped this same product to the same address in the past without issues.

Is anyone else having this problem or know why it could be happening? The standard reasons at the link they provided aren't it (the package is not too big, etc...).
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Quote from ilya0002 :
Mind that Prime dosage is only 1ml per 10 gal (not 5ml per 10 gal, like api stress coat).
A 32oz bottle (~950ml) of API Stress coat would treat 1900 gal of water. So the "cost to treat" with API Stress Coat is $3.27 per 1000 gal (not accounting for S&S savings)
A 250ml of prime will treat 2500 gal of water, so the cost to treat is $3.67 per 1000 gal, so they are almost the same in terms of long-term treatment costs.

What is probably more important for me is that, from what I read on various forums, API Stress Coat don't go well with some Seachem filtration/purification products, notably Purigen. I don't know if that is true, but I wouldn't risk switching for this reason alone, given the price is almost the same.

Anyway, always rep+ for aquarium deals!
If strictly removing chlorine and aiming for the lowest cost, Sodium Thiosulfate is considerably less per 1,000 gallons.
https://kensfish.com/products/sod...2998106169
The $3.25 package there will treat 37,850 gallons. That said, safe/prime can also treat for chloramines, heavy metals etc.
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Quote from blobber :
Trying to place the order to the same address that I always use, but it's giving me the following error:

"Sorry, this item can't be shipped to your selected address. Learn more. You may either change the shipping address or delete the item from your order."

I re-entered the address into my account but it didn't make a difference. I've shipped this same product to the same address in the past without issues.

Is anyone else having this problem or know why it could be happening? The standard reasons at the link they provided aren't it (the package is not too big, etc...).
Probably not in stock at nearby Amazon warehouse
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Quote from Dave6476467only :
Probably not in stock at nearby Amazon warehouse
Thanks. You're probably right.

Good deal for anyone with an aquarium or pond if they can get it anyway.
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Quote from ilya0002 :
Mind that Prime dosage is only 1ml per 10 gal (not 5ml per 10 gal, like api stress coat).
A 32oz bottle (~950ml) of API Stress coat would treat 1900 gal of water. So the "cost to treat" with API Stress Coat is $3.27 per 1000 gal (not accounting for S&S savings)
A 250ml of prime will treat 2500 gal of water, so the cost to treat is $3.67 per 1000 gal, so they are almost the same in terms of long-term treatment costs.

What is probably more important for me is that, from what I read on various forums, API Stress Coat don't go well with some Seachem filtration/purification products, notably Purigen. I don't know if that is true, but I wouldn't risk switching for this reason alone, given the price is almost the same.

Anyway, always rep+ for aquarium deals!
I'm loving the aquarium deals as well. Just started my first tank this week.
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Need this if using the well water?
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Need this if using the well water?
Yes. Well water can contain chlorine and other contaminates, just like tap.
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Yes. Well water can contain chlorine and other contaminates, just like tap.

Thank you
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Yes. Well water can contain chlorine and other contaminates, just like tap.
Chlorine in well water? That's something new. I quit using water primes long time ago. My fish doing well after changing one quart of my tank with tap water without any chemicals. Although I don't have any fancy fish.
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Just FYI, do NOT use more than the recommended amount, especially if you have invertebrates that need calcium. Using too much will bind to all the calcium in the water and your snails will start getting holes in their shells.
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Just grabbed the 5 gallon for 96, never seen it for that cheap. Thanks!
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