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Cant see colors What HANNAS to buy?

I have been using Redsea tests for a couple years now and i am to the point now where im done with trying to tell if the shade of this is red or rose or bla bla bla bla. I want a way to test that will tell me accurately what the levels are. I dont necessarily mind the work but i cant tell the different shades of reds, blues and purples. I know there are many hannas and i think the phosphate one has 2 or 3 different ones. They are pricey so i am hoping you guys can tell me what ones i need. Please dont use acronyms because i dont know all of the acronyms people use.
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Also does anyone have them for sale?
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I have been using Redsea tests for a couple years now and i am to the point now where im done with trying to tell if the shade of this is red or rose or bla bla bla bla. I want a way to test that will tell me accurately what the levels are. I dont necessarily mind the work but i cant tell the different shades of reds, blues and purples. I know there are many hannas and i think the phosphate one has 2 or 3 different ones. They are pricey so i am hoping you guys can tell me what ones i need. Please dont use acronyms because i dont know all of the acronyms people use.
Thanks
Also does anyone have them for sale?
I like my Hanna Phosphate checker. I use the Low Range one because it reads more accurately at between .01 to .1. Here's a good video that explains it.

I got mine used on the reef2reef for sale forum for like 25 bucks shipped.

I also use the Hanna Alkalinity Checker, got it used on reef2reef as well. For Calcium and Magnesium I use the Redsea kits. It can be difficult to read the color change, but I like it better than matching the color to a chart.
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