|“I sell a lot of Azoo tanks and other Nano aquariums. This is a product my customers understand and prefer. It removes the chloramines in our area better than any product we have used. If you have a small aquarium you should be using AquaLife Nano-Complete. Your tanks will do better.”
Chris Deer, Tideline Aquatics
“I totally agree that any pet store dealing with fish should certainly carry your products!!! I’ve tried and researched numerous water treatments, but I have total 100% confidence and trust in the AquaLife Complete and Nano Complete.”
Tony, Tops Aquarium
“With over 450 gallons of different strains of Bettas, we HAVE to keep our water right, keep the fish as healthy as possible, and we can only do that with a product that has proven itself. An all in one absolutely wonderful product! As long as we continue to religiously use the ‘Complete’, we experience minimal, if any, illnesses in our Bettas. Thanks for making Aqualife Complete available!!!”
Robert Smith, My Bettafish
|• Disease prevention & stress relief -
Nine-part system replaces slime coat &
promotes healing without clogging gills
• R/O water is not perfect without Complete
• Removes Chlorine, Ammonia, and Chloramines
• Detoxifies Nitrite and Heavy Metals
• Nitrate & Phosphate free
• For saltwater, freshwater, ponds & reefs
• Time-released & keeps working
• Safest product on the market
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Finally . . . a breakthrough water conditioner!
|Disease prevention & stress relief -
Nine-part system: replaces slime coat &
promotes healing without clogging gills
R/O water is not perfect without Complete
Removes Chlorine, Ammonia, and Chloramines
Detoxifies Nitrite and Heavy Metals
Nitrate & Phosphate free
For saltwater, freshwater, ponds & reefs
Time-released & keeps working
Safest product on the market
The best all-in-one water conditioner out there!
Ask your dealer today!
AquaLife Complete is the most advanced all-in-one water conditioner and stress reliever on the market. Specifically formulated for the hobbyist with a serious commitment to keeping livestock thriving and healthy. AquaLife Complete is concentrated to deliver twice the results of other conditioners while reducing the chance of illnesses associated with stress.
More Economical Than Other Leading Brands!
Most other water conditioners remove only .06-.07ppm chlorine per dose.
AquaLife Complete removes 3.2ppm per dose making it much more economical for
aquariums and ponds than most other leading brands.
Try AquaLife Complete TODAY! You'll be glad you did!
|Is AquaLife Complete a dechlorinator?
AquaLife Complete is not a dechlorinator. It is a water conditioner and stress reliever.
It will remove chlorine, but it was designed to reduce fish loss and do much more than products in the dechlor class.
Will corals absorb the product and is it harmful?
In reference to corals absorbing water conditioners: There has been some issue hypothesized with this regarding sodium thiosulfate. There is no scientific evidence of corals absorbing sodium thiosulfate from water conditioners. Regardless, AquaLife Complete does not contain it or anything else that is harmful in any way.
Is it toxic upon over dose or to any aquatic life?
AquaLife Complete does not contain anything toxic or harmful that will be absorbed by organisms. That is why it is one of the few products that the FDA has approved for use with the shrimp and food fish industry.
Do I need AquaLife Complete if I use reverse osmosis water?
Yes. We highly recommend R/O water for saltwater. A reverse osmosis unit is great for preventing many contaminants from entering your aquarium. It does not do anything for ammonia or chloramine. Just ask our list of South Carolina stores. They all use water conditioners for this because it is more economical and works better than the R/O add-on cartridges manufacturers try to sell you. AquaLife Complete makes R/O water even better and removes what it leaves behind.
Can I keep a saltwater tank without R/O water?
R/O units are more expensive, but hauling water or making water is not conducive to every tank, especially for the customer focusing on saltwater fish. Advising that using R/O water is the only way to do a fish tank is not accurate or helpful.
What other reason would I use it with R/O water?
Aquarists should not be without the most important aspect of AquaLife Complete. It was developed to reduce stress and livestock loss along with the ability to remove 1ppm ammonia and nitrite in emergency situations. Many conditioners make claims but AquaLife Complete can actually reduce the chance of saltwater fish from getting diseases and infections from stress and slime coat damage. Fish react with stress whenever this coating is broken, and their bodies rapidly work by increasing their metabolism to repair any damage to this coating. AquaLife Complete protects any damaged area with multiple layers of coating and relieves this stress. It will not harm corals or clog fish gills.
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|"I totally agree that any pet store dealing with fish should certainly carry your products!!! I've tried and researched numerous water treatments, but I have total 100% confidence and trust in the AquaLife Complete.
With over 450 gallons of different strains of Bettas, we HAVE to keep our water right, keep the fish as healthy as possible, and we can only do that with a product that has proven itself and that we know we can depend on to be consistent, and provide virtually everything that our fish need, all in one absolutely wonderful product! As long as we continue to religiously use the 'Complete', we experience minimal, if any, illnesses in our Bettas.
Thanks for making Aqualife Complete available!!!"
"I love this product! Been using it now for the past month on new fish shipments for 3 consecutive days and my losses of instead of around to 20% is now down to almost nothing!! Still get one with a little Ich every now and then, but none that just die on me!!"
Yes, please add me as a Dealer for the product!
I used other products for years to condition the R/O water I use in my store. There is chloramine in our water. I would not intrust my livestock to anything else. My fish do better and so do my customers.
Tideline Aquatics, S.C.
We refill it for our customers and it is the only product I will use in my store.
|Product Review: AquaLife Complete
Manufacturer: Aquarium Life Support Systems
|Treating water to condition it for fish is extremely important, and AquaLife Complete, produced by Aquarium Life Support Systems, is an excellent way to make your tap water immediately suitable for fish. Over the past few years, public water suppliers - the folks who make the water that comes out of your tap, unless you have your own well - have taken to adding all sorts of chemicals to our every-day water supply.
The goal of these chemical additives is to make the water safe for people to drink. Water that is safe for us can be harmful to our fish, because it usually contains chlorine and chloramines and often heavy metals. AquaLife Complete neutralizes these chemicals, as well as conditions the water for fish in other ways.
To test AquaLife Complete, I filled one of the 40-gallon breeder tanks in my fish room with straight tap water. I measured for chlorine (total and free, which measures chloramines), and I found significant amounts of both in my water - actually, a sniff told me this. I added the specified amount of AquaLife Complete to the tank and let the sponge filter move the water around for a few minutes.
I tested it again, and there was no reading for either total or free chlorine, which meant that there were no chloramines either. I immediately put eight good-sized gold-fan goldfish into the tank. The goldfish were fine and took food. Three days later, they were still fine.
I use AquaLife Complete in my small wholesale fish business, and every time I set up new aquariums for fish, which I do at least once a week, I add AquaLife Complete. Also, since the chemicals in my local water supply vary (I live in a little town at the end of a mile-long causeway), I like to use it regularly when I perform weekly water changes.
|Review taken from:
Lass, David. “In the Fish Room.” Freshwater and Marine Aquarium. May 2008: 128.
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