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  1. A few used items for sale TUNZE Comline DOC Skimmer 9001 - $120 bought in early March'19 as an experiment, decided that I need the space more than the skimming in my sump AQUA ZONIC 4ft T5 fixture with 2X 54watts - $50 comes with 2x Odyssea 6500k daylight tubes, 1 is about 2 months old, another 4 or 5 months old RESUN auto feeder AF-2009D - $10 GEX digital food clock FC-002D -$20
  2. looking for led light that fits a nano tank. Pm me if you have suitable light thanks!
  3. Hi Everyone! Currenly now I'm setting up 2ft tank, but my pH are not reaching 8.5, even I do put increase pH. Its still maintain the same level at around 7.0 - 7.5. P/s : I do have Live Rock with algae and the algae are dying. B4 i bought the live rock very fresh( Red and Green are very strong color when I do buy on " 4th March 2019 " ) I did setup a tank on 3th March with details description below : Setup with Salt ( No brand ) + Tape water ( Incl anti clorine ) + One and Only ( DrTim Live Nitrifying Bacteria ) 1. Ocean Free Nano 5 Martine Tank ( 60 x 40 x 40 ~ 96Litter ) a. Filter Layer 1 : Coarse Bio Foam / Activated Carbon b. Filter Layer 2 : Coarse Bio Foam / Activated Carbon c. Filter Layer 3 : Coarse Bio Foam / Ceramic Ring d. Filter Layer 4 : Coarse Bio Foam / Ceramic Ring e. Filter Layer 5 : Coarse Bio Foam / Bio Wool f. Ocean Free Nano Skimmer 2. Chiller Haile 28A 3. Eheim 2213 ( Blue Filter Pad - Sera Bio Filter Ring - Bio Home Plus - Sera Filter Wool ) 4. Sand 5. 4pcs Live Rock Can I know how to make the pH increase more, and also how long I can start to put coral and fish ?
  4. My first pico reef in a Fluval spec 3 AIO tank.
  5. Selling a tank set that includes: 1. INNOVATIVE MARINE - NUVO - FUSION NANO 10 - Tank: Length 12” Width: 15” Height: 13” - Made of 6mm High Clarity Low Iron Glass - Mesh Screen Top with Clips - 8W 220- 240v/50Hz 13-92 GPH Return Pump 2. INNOVATIVE MARINE - SKKYE LIGHT - CLAMP 18 WATT - LED Watts: 6 x 3 Watt - Color: 3 x 10K and 3 x 456nm - Current: 600mA - Single Light Cycle - Mounting Bracket 3. INNOVATIVE MARINE - CUSTOMCADDY - MEDIA BASKET Looking to sell @ S$180. PM me if interested.
  6. Qianhu

    Red Sea MAX NANO

    We are pleased to introduce the all new Red Sea MAX NANO! MAX® NANO Fully featured 75 litre/20 gal, Plug & Play® reef system The MAX® NANO combines a contemporary, rimless design with state of the art technology. This fully-featured REEF-SPEC® 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 all new MAX® NANO features the very latest in reef-keeping technology including AI’s Prime HD LED lighting with integrated Wi-Fi control, REEF-SPEC® filtration and circulation systems, an Automatic Top-Off unit and an easy access power center. Watch Red Sea MAX® NANO full video presentation Advanced LED Lighting system with integrated Wi-Fi The MAX® NANO incorporate the all-new AI Prime HD LED lighting, providing the most up to date LED technology to give superb performance and a remarkably user-friendly interface. The Prime HD unit offers a full spectrum, 7 color LED configuration giving great color rendition and a multitude of lighting effects. The revolutionary control system dynamically adjusts the power available to each color by utilizing power not being used by other colors, effectively enabling selected channels to be ‘boosted’ to above 100% output. The lighting is fully controllable via a built-in Wi-Fi which is compatible with iOS and Android devices and with any Wi-Fi-enabled Mac or PC. At only 55w power consumption the Prime HD can be set to provide true REEF-SPEC® lighting for the MAX® NANO. The LED unit is firmly bolted to the aquarium and can be rotated to give easy access to the rear sump for all of the regular maintenance requirements or for reefscaping. MAX® NANO ultra-clear glass The front and two side panels of the MAX® NANO are constructed from 8mm ultra-clear glass with smart beveled edges top and bottom for the ultimate viewing experience. MAX® NANO Circulation A European Eco pump provides 950 l/h (240gph) of water flow, circulating the entire water volume 12 times an hour through the filter system. Flow is returned to the aquarium via the discrete multidirectional “eye ball” nozzles that can be adjusted to ensure there are no dead spots within the aquarium, preventing harmful detritus from building up on the corals. MAX® NANO Rear Sump The complete filtration system is hidden in the rear sump that is topped by a rotatable screen for easy access. Fed by a unique surface skimmer that directs the water to a bespoke micron filter bag, the rear sump houses a silenced REEF-SPEC® protein skimmer, a 950lph/240gph European ECO circulation pump and 100g of REEF-SPEC® Carbon to keep the water crystal clear. The MAX® NANO is supplied with a 225 micron bag. 100 micron, fine polishing filter bags are also available. MAX® NANO Protein Skimmer The heart of the filtration system is the protein skimmer. The NANO skimmer implements Red Sea’s REEF-SPEC® criteria for SPS corals, passing the entire volume of the aquarium water through the skimmer approximately 3 times per hour and with a 3 to 1 water to air ratio. The NANO skimmer is not affected by the regular fluctuation in the water level of the rear sump due to evaporation and has an adjustable outlet gate to maintain the optimal skimmate consistency which will vary according to actual water conditions. The NANO skimmer runs quietly with a built-in silencer on the air intake and a sponge on the outlet to eliminate the sound of cascading water. MAX® NANO Media Shelf The rear sump includes a fixed shelf for media, positioned to guarantee 100% positive water flow. The MAX®NANO is supplied with 100g of Red Sea’s REEF-SPEC® carbon that will keep the aquarium water crystal clear for the first 2 months of operation. Automatic Top-Off The MAX® NANO includes an Automatic Top-Off unit with a 1.5 litre/ 3.1 gal freshwater reservoir that is hidden behind the screen above the sump. The design of the rear sump together with the automatic top-off reservoir makes the MAX® NANO self-sufficient for about 3 days. Control Unit for skimmer and circulation pumps The MAX® NANO features a power center with individual on/off switches for the skimmer and circulation pumps enabling easy access for feeding and maintenance. Rotatable Rear Sump Screen. A screen above the rear sump keeps all of the equipment out of sight but conveniently rotates out of the way for all regular maintenance and if necessary can be completely removed. MARINE-SPEC Cabinet The MAX® NANO is available with an optional marine-spec laminate cabinet fronted with weatherproof epoxy painted doors with convenient push openers as well as soft close stainless steel hinges. The MAX® NANO cabinets are offered with Black or White exteriors. Red Sea MAX® NANO Features Specification Description MAX® NANO System water volume Combined aquarium and sump 75 L (20 gal) Aquarium volume Display tank 62 L (16.5gal) Rear Sump volume Rear sump 13 L ( 3.5 gal) Aquarium glass thickness Ultra-clear front and side panels 8 mm (5/16”) Surface skimmer Removable Surface Skimmer √ LED Lighting system AI’s Prime HD 55W 1 unit Lighting control Wi-Fi based system compatible with all iOS, Android, and Wi-Fi enabled Mac or PC. √ Total circulation lph (gph) Hidden circulation pump 1 x 950 (240gph) Protein skimmer Water flow 180 Lph (46gph) Air flow 60 Lph (15gph) Integrated power center Individual on/off switches for circulation and skimmer pumps √ Mechanical filtration Standard 225 Micron filter bags (optional 100 micron bags) 1 Filtration media Red Sea REEF-SPEC® Carbon 100g (3.5 oz) Automatic Top-Off ATO with 1.5L freshwater reservoir √ Cabinet (Optional) Marine Spec cabinet with weatherproof doors √ Length Display tank 45 cm (18″) Width Display tank 45 cm (18″) Height Display tank 45 cm (18″) Total system height (excluding LED light unit) 132 cm (52″) MAX® NANO Purchase options Aquarium only, or COMPLETE SET with cabinet
  7. Hi anyone selling their AL 30 or nano chiller, need it for my nano tank. let me know thanks
  8. Decomming my 35cm cube nano tank. Upgrading to bigger tank, hence will try to just keep 1 tank. All items used less than 6 months 1) 35cm cube glass tank with IOS, return pump, LED light (normal LED light - white and blue) with custom cover - $80 2) Bubble magnus qq 2 protein skimmer - $50 3) Zetlight ZA1201-L LED marine lighting with controller (auto on/off with different modes (auto sunrise, sunset, etc) - $80 4) Jecod (same as Jebao) Dosing Pump 5 channel - $80 5) Jebao SW-4 wavemaker - $40 (very very very new) Take all : $300 This is the tank with the stock LED light (nemolight) Tank with zetlight Bubble magnus qq2 sits perfectly in 2nd compartment. (when using Zetlight, you can still clip at the back. if using stock light, have to clip at the side) Zetlight with light charts. This light is really amazing and my corals all loved it! with the auto functions, it can fully control from daylight to sunset! Almost new wavemaker 5 channel auto dosing pump with box, pipes and extra motor. Very new!
  9. Hi guys, Here are some pics of my new 60ltr Eco Marine System (well..... the beginning of what will be a marine system, hopefully). Purchased this IOS system from Jireh on the weekend, it now 6 days old. 5kg Live sand, 5kg live rock (pre-cured), Protein Skimmer, build in return pipe with adjustable/directional output, LED lighting. I'm un-certain of what makes/models the Skimmer and pump are as it was a pre-installed IOS system (will look into it and report once i know). Purchased a chiller yesterday (AL60 - East Coast Marine). Green Algae has just started growing on some of the LR, not sure if its the good kind or bad, will do some testing tonight of water parameters and see whats happening. Was told in the LFS that this particular type of set up you can add l livestock immediately (no thanks), my last Marine Setup back in Australia took me 8 weeks before anything went in the tank. Also have some small white looking ants?!? crawling around the live rock.. hmmm As you can see, i have no idea how the Protein skimmer is supposed to work (advise needed), no foam building up in the catchment area, only water?? And the digital temp reader inside the tank (cheap stick on one) is read 91f (32 celsius) yet my chiller is reading 28 celsius.... STRANGE things happening. Hoping to eventually keep soft corals and just a few marine fish.
  10. Hello! Willing to trade a turban snail about the size of 2 fifty-cent coins due to him constantly bulldosing everything in my tank. As for your info, I keep a nano. Although I would prefer to trade for something, anything under the sun. I am also willing to give him to a better home if need be, anything just contact me at 92957-420 whatsapp preferred Thanks!
  11. Hello, Have a Dymax IQ5 tank system for sale. Selling as a whole package. Dymax Acrylic TankAir pumpZon LightsPowerheadSkimmerCooling FanAlgae ScraberSandSalt (Red Sea)Test kitHydrometerThermometerPrice: S$150.00 Firm Self collect required. 1st come 1st serve. Reservation not entertained. Cash only. Text @ 9880 six 1 six six to deal. Thanks for viewing
  12. Selling my collection of SKIMZ IBOX NANO TANKS with Build-in Skimmer as following per what you see in the attached pictures: 1. Skimz iBox 20 Nano Tank with build-in Skimmer in White Color at $90 2. Skimz iBox 20 Nano Tank with build-in Skimmer in Black Color at $70 (Skimmer in working condition but has some noise) You can refer to the following links for more info on the Nano Tank and the Skimmer: http://www.aquamarin.com.sg/productsDetail.asp?productid=1551 http://aquamarin.com.sg/productsDetail.asp?productid=1647 Interested party please PM me with your contact to arrange for viewing and collection in Sengkang on a first come first serve basis. Thanks
  13. mtann

    WTB Nano Tank

    Anyone have ios tank to sell? Please pm size and price. Thanks.
  14. Due to miscalculation, I ended up with a spare Skimz iBox Nano IOS Tank (only). So I thought to myself… What the heck… If they can make these things so small, there must be some kind of reef that could to kept. So start my Nano/Pico tank adventures... Dimensions: W180mm x D225mm x H245mm Pump: Dymax PH200 (5W, 200 liters/hr, 5-10 liters) Light: Hopar LED-200 (Blue+White, 3W, 21 LED) Before Setup After Setup Found a small skimmer but not small enough to fit into the IOS compartment… Will continue searching probably will go for those limewood type. Considering using LIVE rocks to cycle. Please hit me with all the necessary wisdom to make this work. Thank you.
  15. Hi wanna swap my nano tank for a rw8 wavemaker or something similar nano tank comes with pump only no lights. Pm me for more info thank u all.
  16. Hi guys, I recently decommed my Fluval Edge from here: Picked up an ADA 60-P and Pharos LED from Fresh'nMarine and basically ported everything over Shift house loh! Got myself an MP10 early this year I also put in a sump this time After one entire day of shifting to the new tank
  17. Hi all, Just decided to start my 1.5ft tank. Manage to get my 45cm IOS tank from East Ocean Aquatic Centre.. Live Rocks and Sand from Ng Couple Did a fresh water bath for the Live Rock to get rid of any bristle worms etc.. And also added some dead rocks from my previous setup pico tank (Fish only tank) which is still running. Straight after adding the salt water After running the pump for 3 hours Let to finalise the Light for my tank...intending to get some corals and LPS So thinking what to get; maybe a Current - USA Marine Light Set Will move over my protein skimmer (Boyu WG-308) and cooling fan later from the Pico Tank Date: 150312 PH: 8.2 Sal: 1.020 (Slowly topup to 1.024) KH: 5.6dKh No2: Tentative Nil - API Test Strip No3: Tentative Nil - API Test Strip This morning the water still seems bit cloudy and some of the coralline algae seems to dull off and turn brown or maybe the fine sand cover it..
  18. Hi guys, So i decided to start this thread to share a bad news as well as some good news. So first, the bad news. As some of you may know, i was keeping seahorses but the challenge was too great for me and my little ponies soon succumbed to a bacterial infection and withered away. How devastating. I am still pretty sad but i knowni did everything i could to keep them happy and healthy. And it wasn't. Anyway, long story short, they died and i decided to quit. But my friends encouraged me to start over to i decided to convert my tank into a reef tank. So, this thread will now document thr progress of my little micro-reef and i have many interesting and unique things to share. I have already found many unique attributes about my reef. My approach- i am trying to go with the natural approach here. No skimmer, no fancy equipment, just frequent water changes. I dont dose anything but may do so in the future. Equipment- 1. Ios 1.5 feet cube 2.overhead filter 3. An old maxspect g2 that is half spoilt. I cant adjust anything. Just on, off. Ahahahah. 4....nothing. thats it!. I will be posting many many pictures because im obsessed. So pls stay tuned. Lastly, i do welcome all constructive criticism and comments and of course, compliments so please feel free to add as you wish. Cheers folks!
  19. 1.) clear glass tank,w/o ios (no green tint) (30cm x 18cb x 24cm), comes with top lid cover. used 2 months at $50 2.)Selling this chiller AL-30 that supports from 10litre-30litre. Used for 2 months. Still under local shop warranty. Price : $115, inclusive of a jebo nano pump. Pm me if interested or pictures, will be whatsapp. Thank You
  20. I bought the following items (most are with photos) at various times of my freshwater and marine aquarium hobby and feel that I should try to get rid of them now to make space at home and to get back some money to buy new stuff. If any of the buyers want some Chaetomorpha algae, I can give them out in palm size bunches while stocks last. The collection point is most weekdays (Mon-Fri) at Hougang MRT/Hougang Mall after 8 pm. Please pm me if you are keen and we can work out the collection arrangment. Let's start with the second hand items. The original prices are in brackets and the prices I am letting them go are after that. I cannot guarantee that all these items are in 100% perfect condition though and they probably need some soaking to get rid of the coralline algae encrusted on them. (1) Bubble Magus Q3 protein skimmer used for 10 months ($160) - $100 (2) TUNZE DOC skimmer 9004 used for 3 months ($179) - $140 The rest are all new items that I have not used before and are still in their boxes and/or wrappers (some are with their original price tags too). If you take more than 4 items, I am willing to give a 10% discount on the items purchased. (3) Ocean Free Z-1000 Air Pump - $7.80 (4) Ada Submersible Pump WA-700 - $14 (5) Boyu FS-602 Cooling Fan - $24 (6) Sunsun Vibration Pump JVP-101 - $37.80 (7) SEIO M820 (3,200 ltr/hr) Super Flow Pump - $47.60 (8) JBJ Ocean Pulse Duo Wavemaker WM-01 - $48 (9) Hailea HX-6830 Immersible Pump - $48.50 (10) Eden 128 Centrifugal Pump - $59 (11) Cherry Aqua - iNano LED light - $189 Thanks everyone!
  21. asg

    FTS @ 190914

    From the album: Update 22/09/14

    my 2*1*1 Red Yellow Blues mixed reef(?) tank.
  22. Hi pros, am thinking of getting a Fluval Spec 5 and making it my first marine tank. Is there anyone who can advise a step-by-step idiot's guide? I hope to get to a tank with all the bright colors of and bustling marine life! Please correct me if I'm wrong: 1. Firstly, after getting the tank, do i need to change the factory default light to get it to the marine kind of lighting which can support coral and fishes. Do i need to add anything to the default filters etc? (specs of Fluval Spec: http://ca-en.hagen.com/Aquatic/Aquariums/Starter-Kits-Desktop/10516) 2. So far my plan is to get some LR, and arag LS, with half or 1 market prawn to get the cycling started. Which test kit is a good starter kit to buy? 3. Once that is done, i will need to introduce cleaning crew first? For a 5G/19L tank, how many and what kind of cleaning crew should i introduce 4. After cleaning crew is in, do i introduce corals or fishes first? Am advised to get Hammers and Mushrooms as a starter coral as they are hardier, but the colors are duller, so am seeing if there are other brighter, more colorful corals that I can be suggested. 5. Am thinking of introducing clowns but am not sure i should due to the tank size. Thanks for your valuable inputs!
  23. Hello fellow reefers! I've recently started a 34L nano tank and I'm hoping to pick up a couple of tips from you guys. I was warned about how this hobby was a time and money suck. But one day out of nowhere, I ended up at Iwarna and bought an OF 34L IOS tank from Aunty. Now there's no turning back. I've documented my progress. This is ultimately going to be a zoa tank. DAY 1 - Live rocks (not very exciting). Here's the scape. Very nicely done up by my patient bf. I wanted to let it cycle for about a week before introducing livestock but I'm not as patient as I'd like to be. DAY 3 - Invertebrates, a clown and a wrasse. Wrapped up work and made a trip down to the only marine LFS (that I know of) open after "office hours". Bought a clownfish, a green wrasse, an RBTA, an urchin, cleaner shrimp and a 3-pack of sexy shrimp from Aquamarin. Threw in a starfish and hermit crab (originally from my bf's tank) for good measure too. Here's a sexy shrimp party that the hermit crab crashed. DAY 4 - GSP wall Got myself some GSP and BSI'd it at the back in hopes that it'll bloom into an unstoppable wall of green. Doesn't look very promising here. But I will remain optimistic. DAY 7 - Operation zoa flowerbed I decided it was time to pile in the livestock. Got myself some zoas, palys, acan, pulsing xenia, coco worm, clam, green octo coral and golden clove. Most of them here are from my bf's tank. Also, a trip down to LCK and the Pasir Ris farms can do wonders. I got a royal gramma, a couple of yumas and a one-dollar clown. I'm working towards a zoa-saturated top tier. I'll post more pictures really soon.
  24. Hey fellow reefers, Just would like to share with my newly setup mini nano (approx. 13"x8"x8"). Its about 2 months old with 1 Lawnmower Blenny, 1 Doctor Shrimp, a couple of mushrooms and polyps. Hopefully it will evolve to a great mini reef. It is the first time that I set up this small, a real challenge for myself being a novice in this arena. Any great ideas/advice from you guys is greatly appreciated. What to put? What has better chance of survival? etc... Will try my very best to update this thread.
  25. Display LWH: 3.0x1.0x1.5 IOS LWH: 0.5x0.5x1.5 Currently skimmerless (no space available yet) Chiller: Resun280 Lights: 2x t5 white + 2x t5 actinic blue + 2x blue LED FR: biopellet FR (in-progress setup) Plan Livestocks: LR,LPS,Softies,Fish Ammonia and Nitrite currently 0, Nitrate around 20~40, hopefully with biopellet FR will reduce soon http://youtu.be/hElyut99LNc http://youtu.be/vf9t9EkT9r8 Any advice let me know....
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