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Drinking Water Test| First Alert WT1 Drinking Water Test Kit
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First Alert Water Test Kit (WT1)
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The First Alert WT1 Drinking Water Test Kit contains everything you need to check for eight common contaminants or issues with drinking water that can cause health problems, including bacteria, lead, pesticides, nitrates, chlorine, pH, and hard water. The simple and accurate do-it-yourself kit is the easy way to check if your drinking water is safe. No need to send samples to a laboratory and wait; results are provided in 10 minutes. The water-testing kit tests to the level of EPA standards for drinking water.
Results seem legit
198 people found this helpful.
I had a new whole house water filtration system installed and wanted to see if there was any difference between my straight well water and the new faucet water that has been filtered, so I bought two of these tests.
Good kit, very easy to use.
113 people found this helpful.
Quick, most of the strips are nearly instant, the lead and pesticides strip takes 10 mins. The bacteria test takes 48 hours. This one is better than some of the kits that just give you an overall quality rating, this gives you the individual results for each test.
An Easy, Quick "First Alert"
10 people found this helpful.
I have well water, and I like to test it once a year or so to make sure that nothing has changed. This First Alert test is simple to use and works well as an early warning system. The bacteria test takes 48 hours, but the other tests give you results either immediately or in ten minutes. The kits tests for bacteria, pesticides, nitrate/nitrite, pH levels, lead, chlorine, and water hardness. Because I’m in a newer house, I worry most about bacteria and pesticides since my whole house filter cannot take care of them. As expected, because I have well water, the strips indicated no chlorine, and because my house is newer construction, no lead. My water hardness level indicated that my water softener is doing its job. The only things this kit does not test for are a larger range of bacteria and mold (contamination that can come from an ill-fitting well cap as well as iron.)
Fifty shades of Yellow
7 people found this helpful.
For the price it’s a good little product although it would be nice to have a water test kit that gave you a digital number read out as opposed to trying to determine the five shades of yellow.
Used kits to easily test water for a science project
5 people found this helpful.
This worked great for us. We bought 3 of these kits since we tested 3 different types of water samples for the science fair project (we compared what was in our tap water, bottled water and water from the beach by our home). We were curious to see if there was really a big difference between our tap water and bottled water and also what we were swimming in. If you need a science fair project, these kits make for a great project (and easy project since all the tests are in these kits but you need 1 kit per type of water you are sampling so if you are testing water from more than 1 place, you’ll need more than 1 kit) that earned an A here as well as providing some helpful information about your water from pH to hardness to bacteria among other things.
This kit is extremely simple to use and pretty accurate. After using this kit I found out …
3 people found this helpful.
This kit is extremely simple to use and pretty accurate. After using this kit I found out that the Ph of my water was 8.5 and extremely hard. I started using Ph down in my water to lower the Ph and my Bonsai seems to be reacting very positively to this change.