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  1. Aquarium Monitoring and Control is now a must-have! The most successful aquariums are those where the owner has the most understanding of what is going in their little world-in-a-glass-box. However, the real key to enjoying this hobby is to do that without making it a full time job! Owning the Apex aquarium controller is the best way to get you back to focusing on the things you love like fish and coral, and less about temperature issues, pH levels, light timers, dosing tanks, vacation plans, etc. And, if you desire, you can then take it to the next level with: Remote monitoring and control of your tank, iPhone/iPad/Android apps, advanced LED dimming, wireless VorTech pump control, Auto Top-off, calcium reactor control, ozone control, auto dosing of elements, auto-feeding your fish, and much more! Got Tank Insurance? In addition to all the incredibly cool things an Apex does, first and foremost it protects your tank from all sorts of very common catastrophes like overheating due to faulty tank heaters or HVAC issues, fires from cheap plastic powerstrips, leakages and overflows, out of range parameters, etc. And, once issues are detected, the Apex takes corrective action to reduce the likelihood of serious damage and then notifies you so you can take it from there. The Apex has saved aquarium owners hundreds of thousands of dollars in livestock, equipment, flooring, etc. Leaving home for 2 hours or 2 weeks will no longer involve the anxiety of wondering what you will come home to. This reason alone is enough to justify purchasing an Apex. ‘But it seems expensive’ The Apex costs less than you probably think. You will really see its value when you recognize what a Swiss Army knife the Apex is for your tank – and the peace of mind it provides. The Apex is roughly the cost of a skimmer or a light fixture but does so much more. And, when you factor in the other things you will not need to buy (power strips, light timers, ph controller, electronic heater control, etc.) the incremental cost is nominal. ‘OK, but isn’t it hard to set up?’ With the quick-start guide, you will be up and running controlling the basic functions of your tank like the lights, heater and pumps in a matter of minutes. Then, as you want to expand to other features like remote access, email alerts, feed modes, etc., there is a comprehensive and easy to read manual to guide you. Or, the online user forum has hundreds of other users ready to lend you a helping hand. Not enough? Well our amazing technical support staff is always ready to lead you to a solution in record time. Our flagship aquarium controller Our Apex System is the best-value aquarium controller on the market today. Dollar for dollar you will not find a higher-quality controller that gives you more features, is easier to use, or has a larger and more active user base than the Apex. If you haven’t done so already, please read our Why Apex? page to get a high level view of why the Apex is so important to your aquarium. The Apex System comes complete with: Apex Base Unit Energy Bar 8 (or Energy Bar 6 if Intl.) Apex Display Module Long-life Temperature Probe Standard pH Probe Mr. Saltwater Tank talks Apex controller: *We have limited no. of qty. Please do contact us before you come down to our showroom to avoid disappointment.
  2. 10 mins before my light is about to turn off, i caught my anemone spawning and releasing a lot of eggs. TIL my anemone is a girl ☺. (sorry for the blue hues 2 bulbs left on that time are blue plus and actinic.) http://youtu.be/RLfkPeZLomc
  3. Hi all, recently set up a nice fuval edge converted reef but have to let go to pay for other stuff. Plug and play with HOB filter, Nano chiller and AI PRIME lights on. Tank set is good enough to support Mixed reef as it is currently supporting it. Prefer to sell as whole or if keen on any coral please let me know. Thank you! Whole set includes 1. 6 gal fluval edge tank set with filter -100 2. Ai prime non HD - 180 3. Al60 nano chiller - 60 4. 1 big frag red monti - 30 5. 1 big frag fist size GSP - 35 6. 1 big frag fist size super healthy pulsing Xenia - 40 7. Nice Zoas set with some rare zoas -200 8. 3x Yuma (orange, purple, orange+purple+pink) - 90 9. 1 rock of very nice red mushroom with rainbow lines running towards green lumi mouth(not sure about id) -120 10. Red anemone (opens to Palm size) -30 11. Sps frags available but stung by anemone so not perfect. -20 12. Lumi orange plate coral - 45 13. Purple plate coral frag - 30 14. Reverse sunset monti frag - 30 15. Blue polyp Monti (not sure Id) -30 16. Beautiful PAIR of Gold nugget clowns 1-2" - 380 (finally paired after some testing of dominance and now living peacefully together even in my nano) 17. Red shrimp - 10 15. Live rocks, live sand - 50 16. Chemistry pure nano (still have a few more sachets) - free with big purchase 17. Small Bucket of Red sea pro salt - $30 18. Jebao WP 10 wavemaker - $30 Looking at bundle price of $1288 thank you! **All corals and live stocks are very healthy and stable even in my nano, except for the sps corals that got stung by my anemone. The rest all blooming and doing well.** If you need close up shots please contact Me at 97104907 thanks. Equipments will only be available after live stocks are sold and collection will be at TAMPINES St 81. Thank you!
  4. Is it possible to set up a 10 gallon saltwater tank and fill about a quarter of it with my current saltwater tank's water? My current tank is running stable about 5 months already, keeping a zoa colony, a blue leg hermit and a clownfish under 2 normal filters, no protein skimmers no water changes Can i put some of that water in a new tank and add newly mixed water, and start keeping corals in it? am i asking for trouble in some sense? Please help. The reason why I'm gonna start the 10 gal is for a BTA (it'll have a protein skimmer for it) And i wanna put it in when the tank water is 6 months Which, is the main question. if i mix 5 month water and newly mixed water does it still count as 5 month water?
  5. Can someone pls help me identify these purple stuff on my rocks? might it be coralline algae? cuz it started popping up a week or 2 after i bought a zoa colony with coralline algae on its rock.
  6. The Australian government has just announced an SGD665+ million (AUD500+ million) in funding for the Great Barrier Reef! This is great news and demonstrates a significant commitment to the reef’s preservation – something that has been lacking in recent years. Will this funding be directed to fix the biggest issues and how quickly will the solutions be implemented are the big questions. Time will tell... Full article here: http://bit.ly/GBR500mFunding
  7. I suspect my Zoas have zoa pox or something. Please help me identify and tell me what medication i should get! Thanks (if possible also state the price that u know of)
  8. Does anyone have bubble tip anemone frags or small sized BTAs that theyre willing to let go of for cheap?
  9. Does anyone have bubble tip anemone frags or small sized BTAs that theyre willing to let go of for cheap?
  10. i recently fragged a small part of my zoa which was not attached to the base rock (outgrew probbably) it has heads on all sides so i dont know how to attach it to a rock i want to use superglue but if i do, some of the heads would die (cuz face down onto the rock glued) what should i do?
  11. I bought a green zoa colony 9 days ago. They were brilliantly opening up quite soon after I first put them in the tank. For some reason, about 3 or 4 days ago, patches of them (all on the same rock) would close, but they'll open back in a few minutes. However I noticed today and yesterday that all of them except a small handful don't open. And those that opened don't open fully. Any help? My tank is the 16L Ocean Free nano marine tank, bioloads are 1 ocellaris clownfish, 1 blue leg hermit crab, and the zoa colony. 1 hangon filter in usage. Protein skimmer in the tank set is not in use. Tank temperature: Usually 28 degress celcius
  12. I bought a green zoa colony 9 days ago. They were brilliantly opening up quite soon after I first put them in the tank. For some reason, about 3 or 4 days ago, patches of them (all on the same rock) would close, but they'll open back in a few minutes. However I noticed today and yesterday that all of them except a small handful don't open. And those that opened don't open fully. Any help? My tank is the 16L Ocean Free nano marine tank, bioloads are 1 ocellaris clownfish, 1 blue leg hermit crab, and the zoa colony. 1 hangon filter in usage. Protein skimmer in the tank set is not in use. Tank temperature: Usually 28 degress celcius
  13. Hi all, is it possible to keep green star polyps or mushroom corals in an aquarium without protein skimmer?
  14. Hi all, I am kind of in the need of turbo snails as my tank has some algae on the walls and I want to refrain from putting my hand in there to remove the algae. So does anyone know where to buy turbo snails/any other reef-safe snails at a low price? Low price as in $3 and below.
  15. Hi guys, I have a recently bought clownfish (bought on the 12th of Jan) It is eating well, doesn't rub itself on rocks (means no sign of ich), doesn't do anything weird EXCEPT that it hangs out at the front right top corner of my tank ALL the time, except when feeding and occasionally, moving to the front left top corner for a few seconds (where i have a thermometer to measure the temp). It hangs out at the front right top corner as in it stays there most of the time, but it keeps swimming. It seems to be 'hyperactive' but only staying in that corner. As I'm typing this, it's currently swimming up and down at the front left corner, going to the surface and quickly going to near the substrate at the bottom. So my worry is, why is it not going to the other areas of the tank? (such as the substrate, the live rocks, etc) If you guys need, i can provide a pic. but anyways, does anyone know why it might do this?
  16. Help! My tank has a seemingly "oily" surface. i have a protein skimmer but it doesnt suck the surface, so is there a simple solutionvto this?
  17. Hello to all reefers! For those who use cooling fans to reduce their tank temperature, I'd like to know what brand and type of the fan it is, what your tank dimensions are (length, breadth, height) and how many degrees Celsius was the temperature lowered. Replies are appreciated .
  18. Has anyone been able to keep corals at 29*C around there for long? Or 28*C? If so, what kind of coral? Pls let me know, thanks.
  19. Hello to all reefers! For those who use cooling fans to reduce their tank temperature, I'd like to know what brand and type of the fan it is, what your tank dimensions are (length, breadth, height) and how many degrees Celsius was the temperature lowered. Replies are appreciated
  20. Hello all, anyone knows where to buy corals that are cheap? Like, below $20.
  21. Dear bro and sis,I am considering this design for my reef tank with a sump tank below and wonder if any of you owns one or seen one? I am trying to see if there are any special considerations that I need to think of and whether there are any flip sides to this design that I need to be cautious about. Who would you recommend to build this kind of tank in Singapore? Thanks.
  22. 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.
  23. Hi, I have a 2x2x2 display tank and and want to start adding corals. What lights shall I get? The LFS suggested me to start with a Beamswork 60. Would it work or I need an special one given the 2 feet depth?
  24. 3.5", With me 4 mths. Eat well fat n healthy. Let it go $25. Collection @ Toa Payoh. Interested pls PM me. Tnx.
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