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 Post subject: New Product Update
PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2014 1:59 pm 
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Have a few newer items in that I wanted to tell you about. The first item is the Multi-Media Reactors ---come in two sizes and all hoses, valves and pumps are included. I sold quite a few and have had all positive feedback. We finally got around to setting one up here in the store as well. Am very pleased with the unit. Easy assembly, priced much better than others ($46.99 with the pump). So far I prefer these over the TLF and the BRS reactors. You can see it in action next time you stop. Its on one of the tanks in the hall when you first walk in. Second item is the RO 50gpd Unit. Not a bad unit for the money. Tyler took one home and found it easy to hook up, etc. We sold out of what we had in stock (more ordered). All positive feedback and of course its nice not having to lug those buckets around. The RO with the DI is on sale this month for $88, uses the same cartridges/membranes as all the other units on the market. When I researched this item before bringing it in, the only complaint I found was with the plastics. (the mounting bracket not being real sturdy, etc) Hopefully more will arrive early next week. Finally the Repashy foods have been getting good reviews as well. Goes a long way and overall the fish really go crazy for this food.

Anyone that has used any of those items, please share your reviews as well...good and bad. Your feedback is very valuable to me, if I hear too many negative things, I just close out on them.

Here are other new items I now have in stock. Looking forward to hearing your feedback on these as well.

Neptune/Apex's:
- Automatic Auto Feeding System - Finally received a few (3)
- AWM Module for your Hyrdas or Vegas

New Fragging Supplies:

- Had an inquiry about this item (Thanks Juan) so I brought some in to try... Reef Glue Accelerator. As its name implies, just spray on and your glue will set instantly
- Colored Ceramic Plugs will now be offered regularly along with our normal frag plugs from Alternative Reef.
- 2 New Reef Glues in 2oz bottles ... One is Coralline colored and both are a thicker reef gel with squeeze bottle. (Sorry no feedback yet)
- Reef Glue Debonder -- Helps in removing frags from plugs.

Razor Nano Light http://www.aquacave.com/Maxspect-Razor- ... 7Aod7xkAMg

40 gal Power Filter with 7w UV Light included - $59.99 Though maybe more than needed, people have been using these on their quarantine tanks as well.

We also have the latest G3 models of the Radions in stock, G3 and G3 Pro. Plus we have the Hydra and the Hydra 52's. The Reef Link and the Director both in stock as well. There is now an app out for the Reef Link so its now compatible with Android.

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 Post subject: Re: New Product Update
PostPosted: Wed Feb 12, 2014 12:05 am 
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Best Fish wrote:
Have a few newer items in that I wanted to tell you about. The first item is the Multi-Media Reactors ---come in two sizes and all hoses, valves and pumps are included. I sold quite a few and have had all positive feedback. We finally got around to setting one up here in the store as well. Am very pleased with the unit. Easy assembly, priced much better than others ($46.99 with the pump). So far I prefer these over the TLF and the BRS reactors. You can see it in action next time you stop. Its on one of the tanks in the hall when you first walk in.


Hey Brian,

Is that the AquaTop? If so, I bought the MR-20 shortly after x-mas (gotta love BF gift certificates!!!) after Brian showed it to me and LOVE it so far! Have had 0 issues, running BRS GFO, and have definitely noticed less diatoms on my glass. Design is nice and easy to assemble as well (this is my first reactor). If there was one negative, it would be I wish the plastic intake tube was more flexible, but that's me being picky. Otherwise, I would definitely recommend this product! I wish I would of thought about it before putting it together, but I should of posted a product review on here. Didn't think about it until it was already on my fuge...lol.

~ Jason

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DT:
110g acrylic, 40g sump, 3 Chinese LED's, Vertex Omega 150 skimmer & RX-C 6D calcium reactor, 1 WP60, 1 MP40

In my tanks:
140+ lbs of LR
30+ Zoa/paly
30+ SPS
LPS (duncan, frogspawn, hammer)
Tangs: Purple, scopus brown, desjardini, Atlantic blue, tomini Wrasses: melanurus, cleaner The Rest: fuzzy dwarf lionfish, flame hawk, Watermelon rbta, & Rbta

25g cube (plumbed into DT), XAQUA, AI Prime LED, Sicce nano. Garden eel, yellow watchman goby, spotted mandarin in the 25g cube
Other various inverts (in both)


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 Post subject: Re: New Product Update
PostPosted: Wed Feb 12, 2014 7:22 am 
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This past sunday i bought one of the Multi-Media Reactors. First impression was that it is just like a TLF reactor except it is 2 dollars more but it has a pump. better deal IMO. Got home and opened it up. The instructions suck to be kind. They don't really say what gets hooked up or where. Took about 20 min and i had everything hooked up. the instructions said follow the media's guide for how much to use. I used a small bag from best fish (GFO) that didn't come with any instructions. so i just kinda guessed and put a bunch in. Not sure if its working perfectly or not yet, as time will tell.

I do like the overall size and how it come with everything to mount it to the side of a sump tank and how it comes with a built in flow adjuster. No need to buy another valve or a pump. just buy this reactor and your media and put it to work. The discharge pipe has a fine mesh screen on it so if you did have the media get out of the reactor it will not make it into your tank. For the price i'd recommend it right now.


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 Post subject: Re: New Product Update
PostPosted: Wed Feb 12, 2014 9:17 am 
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lost_punk wrote:
This past sunday i bought one of the Multi-Media Reactors. First impression was that it is just like a TLF reactor except it is 2 dollars more but it has a pump. better deal IMO. Got home and opened it up. The instructions suck to be kind. They don't really say what gets hooked up or where. Took about 20 min and i had everything hooked up. the instructions said follow the media's guide for how much to use. I used a small bag from best fish (GFO) that didn't come with any instructions. so i just kinda guessed and put a bunch in. Not sure if its working perfectly or not yet, as time will tell.

I do like the overall size and how it come with everything to mount it to the side of a sump tank and how it comes with a built in flow adjuster. No need to buy another valve or a pump. just buy this reactor and your media and put it to work. The discharge pipe has a fine mesh screen on it so if you did have the media get out of the reactor it will not make it into your tank. For the price i'd recommend it right now.


Yea, there really were no instructions, other than a diagram that just showed all the parts it came with. Wasn't too hard to figure out though, but probably took me 20-30 min to get it put together correctly. The mesh screen is nice too. I went with the BRS GFO and it has instructions as to how much should be used, but can't recall off-hand how much it was. I think I used 1/2 lb.

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DT:
110g acrylic, 40g sump, 3 Chinese LED's, Vertex Omega 150 skimmer & RX-C 6D calcium reactor, 1 WP60, 1 MP40

In my tanks:
140+ lbs of LR
30+ Zoa/paly
30+ SPS
LPS (duncan, frogspawn, hammer)
Tangs: Purple, scopus brown, desjardini, Atlantic blue, tomini Wrasses: melanurus, cleaner The Rest: fuzzy dwarf lionfish, flame hawk, Watermelon rbta, & Rbta

25g cube (plumbed into DT), XAQUA, AI Prime LED, Sicce nano. Garden eel, yellow watchman goby, spotted mandarin in the 25g cube
Other various inverts (in both)


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 Post subject: Re: New Product Update
PostPosted: Wed Feb 12, 2014 9:29 am 
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I looked up on some site that said somethig about a tablespoon per 10-20gallons. According to that I put in like 4 times what I needed. But I still have red slime algae so its not too mich yet

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 Post subject: Re: New Product Update
PostPosted: Wed Feb 12, 2014 9:34 am 
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lost_punk wrote:
I looked up on some site that said somethig about a tablespoon per 10-20gallons. According to that I put in like 4 times what I needed. But I still have red slime algae so its not too mich yet

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That sounds close. I think it said something like 1 tablespoon per 4 gallons, which came out to be 2 cups for me. It was about 1/2 of a 1 lb container.

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DT:
110g acrylic, 40g sump, 3 Chinese LED's, Vertex Omega 150 skimmer & RX-C 6D calcium reactor, 1 WP60, 1 MP40

In my tanks:
140+ lbs of LR
30+ Zoa/paly
30+ SPS
LPS (duncan, frogspawn, hammer)
Tangs: Purple, scopus brown, desjardini, Atlantic blue, tomini Wrasses: melanurus, cleaner The Rest: fuzzy dwarf lionfish, flame hawk, Watermelon rbta, & Rbta

25g cube (plumbed into DT), XAQUA, AI Prime LED, Sicce nano. Garden eel, yellow watchman goby, spotted mandarin in the 25g cube
Other various inverts (in both)


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