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Red Sea is delighted to offer a new 22kg refill bag for its popular 22kg/660 litre bucket of Coral Pro Salt, providing you with a significant saving while also continuing our efforts to reduce packaging waste.
Coral Pro Salt is widely recognised as the optimal salt for SPS and LPS coral growth. This is due to both its natural properties, which provide “the living reef in every harvested grain” and to the unique formulation which is based upon years of scientific research into the requirements of corals in aquaria.
Red Sea’s research clearly shows that the formulation of Coral Pro Salt, with its elevated yet balanced levels of the foundation elements (Calcium, Carbonates and Magnesium), enables corals to maximise their growth of strong, aragonite skeletons in an energy-efficient manner and with a reduced requirement for initial supplementation of the foundation elements. This provides a cost-saving for hobbyists while delivering great results.
The new 22kg Coral Pro bag is available from all good Red Sea dealers, with a Mrp of £53.99.
The Red Sea MAX® E-series combines a contemporary, rimless design with state of the art technology.
The fully-featured REEF-SPEC Red Sea MAX E Aquarium system provides everything necessary in order to enable you to enjoy the beauty and diversity of your own piece of thriving coral reef, rather than worrying about component selection, suitability and compatibility.
The MAX® E-Series features the very latest in reef-keeping technology including the Hydra 26 HD LED lighting with WiFi control, Reef Spec filtration and circulation systems, a revolutionary modular sump system and a one-plug control panel.
As specialists in the design and production of aquarium equipment since 1984, Hydor have already brought us some really useful reef aquarium kit. Their Koralia range of stream pumps is perhaps the first to spring to mind, and we were therefore most interested when they announced the launch of a ‘third generation’ range earlier this year. In this ‘hands on’ review we take a closer look at this updated model. Continue reading Review: Koralia 3G→
It’s been a little while since we featured a skimmer review on the site but when we spied details of this new offering from Chinese supplier Fish-Street, advertised on their website for a Summer 2015 release, we were immediately curious to see if such a competitively-priced skimmer could deliver performance to match some of the more expensive options out there. We were also curious to experience the ‘direct sale’ acquisition of a skimmer via the ‘factory to end user’ pathway used by this supplier. Continue reading Review: Coral Box Cloud 9 DC Skimmer→
If you’ve been following the blog you may have noticed our recent unboxing review of Sicce’s new X Stream wave pump. In that piece, we examined the theoretical performance of the unit, it’s key features, and even went as far as to make some initial assessments. Having now had the unit running in a test system for several weeks we’ve been closely monitoring it, getting to know the units unique operational characteristics. In this piece we bring you the results of that study in the form of our operational assessment. Continue reading Review: Sicce X Stream E Compact Wave Pump→
If you’ve been following the blog you may know that in January we were lucky enough to obtain the very first of Red Sea’s REEFER range in the form of a white 170 model. Now we have had the tank running as our second test system for several weeks, we are pleased to bring you our detailed operational assessment of the system. Continue reading Review: Red Sea REEFER 170 rimless braceless aquarium system→
With a global reputation for quality, Sicce products represent the culmination of over 40 years’ experience in the industry. Based on innovative research and advanced technology, their pumps are highly regarded, being incorporated into many systems, either in stand-alone application, or as parts of other devices. In this unboxing review, we take a look at the latest offering from their aquarium division, the X Stream E compact wave pump. Continue reading Unboxed: Sicce X Stream E Compact Wave Pump→
Heads-up, there’s a new player in ‘stream pump town’ and this time it’s Hydor launching an update to their respected Korallia line. No details other than that in the Youtube video description but they certainly look interesting and you can be sure we’ll be trying to get hold of some for testing.
Whether or not your fish are common or rare, affordable or expensive, we are sure you’ll agree that they all deserve the best care to ensure their health, growth and longevity in captivity, and a key ingredient in providing for this is of course, effective nutrition. Beyond filling your fishes bellies, the kind of food you choose can also have important ramifications on the wider health of your reef system. We were therefore interested to try samples of Nyos‘ organic soft ‘superfoods‘ which, beyond the intriguing main ingredient selection, seem to be really interesting products. So let’s take a closer look. Continue reading Review: NYOS® Organic Fish Food→
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