A Must By Lukas on 1/18/2016
Lukas would recommend this product to a friend
I first ran across grounding probes back when I was keeping sharks and feeling a shock placing my hand in their tank.I wanted to reduce any stray currents messing with their ampullae of lorenzini. They have been a part of every setup I have done ever since. As Michael stated if this thing is tripping your GFCI you have problems you need to address.
Dangerous By Mike on 10/10/2015
Mike wouldn't recommend this product to a friend
You do not want to create a path to ground. You want to minimize this when ever possible. Ground probes will constantly trip gfci's leaving your tank with no power and without gfci protection it is just dangerous.
As advertised By Mack on 9/6/2015
Mack would recommend this product to a friend
I had my toe zap when I worked in my sump! No more current ! Great product!
great By mrdobie on 2/8/2015
mrdobie would recommend this product to a friend
Had loose current and after a year finally gave in and purchased this product. No more shock when I work on my tank. Thanks to the inventor.
Does its job By Chris on 4/28/2014
Chris would recommend this product to a friend
My pH meter used to constantly fluctuate, never settling on a specific value. I thought it was just the nature of pH meters, but with this ground probe, the bouncing values are gone. I get one specific reading at all times.
Works as advertised By Michael on 11/25/2013
Michael would recommend this product to a friend
What can you say about something so simple? It just works. Multimeter was reading 3.4 VAC stray voltage in the tank before adding the product, 0 VAC after.
I would definitely recommend this above some other titanium grounding probes that just have a place to screw the lead into something grounded because that will not save your life in the event of equipment malfunction. The only way to ensure that your tank will not shock you is to have a grounding pole that plugs back into the power strip or wall, like this one, and that uses the outlet's ground. If you combine this grounding pole with a GFCI outlet the outlet will trip if any equipment has a ground fault through the tank water. When you notice the power to all your equipment is off you know you have a problem and can fix it before you stick your hands in the tank.