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  1. Hi bro, I thought ur pictures looked good... until I noticed that the pic of the sunflower zoas you’re using was taken by me. Perhaps you can give a heads up to the potential buyers that these photos are taken off the internet? I’m fine if you’re going to use my photo, but please give credit where it is due. And others may feel cheated if they were to get something that is different from the photos. Good luck in ur sales, cheers
    10 points
  2. TGIF!!!!!. Feeling happy today so give away a rbta to whoever pm me first. Paying it forward to the reefing society. Condition: -Send me your tank pic -Please ensure u have enough light and a chiller and know the requirement of keeping an anemone -collect by this weekend Sent from my SM-N986B using Tapatalk
    7 points
  3. Quite a dishonest seller if all these potentially catastrophic damages are not shared with you fully. To wilfully conceal these defects is truly low. The cabinet will give way and it is very dangerous. You are entitled to a full refund imo. If you are willing, I believe this community is going to stand behind you. I have bought defective 2nd hand items and even tank that leaked upon fill up before and the sellers were very steady to refund with no questions asked. I believe my experiences are the norm rather than the exception, cos the community is tight knit like that. Share the se
    7 points
  4. Well done. Hope you feel happy everyday. Lol
    6 points
  5. Hi everyone...i am newbie here who started just early this year with a help of a nice bro from here too..currently just having a small nano tank and i thought why not go for a bigger one haha...so i planned to build a rimless 3.5ft tank with a cabinet on my own and wanted to share this long journey with all of you...feel free to correct me if i am going in the wrong way... The build of the cabinet below Manage to build the cabinet successfully which took me about a month because was doing it onli on my off days...will say it was tuff as i was doing this the first time and the on
    6 points
  6. Latest update of Singapore marine Live fish store (24.08.2020 ) 1. IWARNA AQUAFARM Location: Aquarium Iwarna Pte Ltdn 70 Pasir Ris Farmway 3, Singapore 518234 https://goo.gl/maps/CX6FAyS6vNVmXg7G8 2. PINNACLE AQUATICS Location: 164 Tampines Street 12, #01-291, Singapore 521164 6386 0060 https://goo.gl/maps/458F4mGtZoy6XQ7B7 3. SUPREM3 CORALS Location: 264 Tampines Street 21, Singapore 520264 https://goo.gl/maps/nbYjUvSLfXRVmfc48 4. C2 MARINE (NG COUPLES) Location: 1 Pasir Ris Coast Industrial Park 1 Singapore 518235 Tel: +65 9639 5355
    6 points
  7. Hello everyone, I’ve been keeping marine fish since the early 2000s, but only got into reefing proper in 2015. Thought I’d share some of my aquarium projects over the past few years. In the beginning, I got a secondhand tank from Iwarna. I wanted to go for a bigger display with initial plans for a FOWLR on a budget so this option seemed best at the time. Its basic specs were: - 58” x 24” x 24” - Skimmer: Bubble Magus Curve-9 - Wavemakers: Jebao RW-20 & subsequently x2 Jebao RW-8s. - Return Pump: Sicce Syncra Silent 5.0 Here’s a photo of the tank in its early stages:
    6 points
  8. Coral farm $4 , LFS $5. Stable from reefers , priceless .. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    6 points
  9. Can the victims please PM us with your side of the story so that we can have a case against him, and if he didnt reply or do anything about it then we might take action.
    5 points
  10. Can you share who you bought the tank from?
    5 points
  11. Please note that to prevent spamming and protect members, New Registered Member need to have Min 10 meaningful posting in the other section, before being able to start a New sales thread or Reply here. You may share your tank journey, ask question or help others to gain your posting and not by spamming Thank you for your co-operation !
    5 points
  12. Hello all, I’m decomming my 25 lagoon !! Selling as a bundle 1x innovative marine 25 lagoon 1x innovative marine 25 lagoon black cabinet 1x IM Desktop ghost skimmer 2x IM Custom Caddy 2x IM spin stream 1x Hailea HS-28 2x No brand return pump 1x jebao RW - 4 Condition all good, not perfect condition but no cracks, breaks etc etc Tank is still running and slowly transferring all my stuff out to the new tank Total bundle price $250 !! It’s a steal if you ask me 🤣 retail will cost you more than $800 for this set up !!! WA 87500984 for more details and picture
    5 points
  13. I've been wanting to start a reef related project that I'll be able to learn things about in another area. So what I picked, is to start on the reef pi project (you can Google more about this too). I'm completely new to programming and know next to nothing about electronics and circuitry beyond the basic stuff taught in schools. Hopefully, I can get some guidance from members here too. What this project is about, is to create an aquarium controller (with whatever bells and whistles you want) using the Raspberry Pi. I've chosen the Raspberry Pi Zero W to start off with since that is relati
    5 points
  14. Yep Dr Tim Hovanec sure does know his bacteria. I think over time many companies have got a little better at this. Brightwell certainly has improved and is a good source too. But I trust Dr Tim's products. I use the one and only as well as the eco balance and also have the waste away product. If you watch his MACNA presentation (via youtube) on how to use bacteria to cycle a tank, he gives some great tips on how to get through a good cycle. Well worth the time to watch. Good luck Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    5 points
  15. Wysiwyg, selling on behalf of reefer. $400. Whatsapp 92971884 if keen thanks. Fully expanded roughly 14-15cm.
    4 points
  16. It's unfortunate that it happened to me. This fellow had MIA since Mar 2019 after cheated me on x2 hailea chillers. Telling me next month (Apr 2019) will pay up. Met him in FB and he's known as Zac. I have warned him a few days ago via FB chat that I'll lodged a police report and file for compensation since I have all the evidence. He responded within 5 mins and text me next month shall payup, as expected MIA again. Considering current economic situation, I'll give him till end of 1st week of Nov before I take on legal proceedings with him. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    4 points
  17. Since we are all safely quarantined at home I wonder what DIY projects my fellow reefers have been up to? To start you off I thought I would share my DIY ATS. I wanted a small ATS to fit on my sump and supplement a refugium and weight for weight an ATS will remove more nitrates. Here is the cut list...(pic1) 5mm Black Acrylic • 210mm x 200mm (qty 1 for base. Mine was 150mm wide as I only planned on using one light due to my needs) • 100mm x 170mm (qty 2 for sides) • 100mm x 210mm (qty 1 for lid) • 150mm x 10mm (qty 2 for support rails) 4.5mm polycarbonate solid clear
    4 points
  18. Actually most reefers including me, want to save money in the beginning by buying inferior stuff, in the end upgrade waste more money. This hobby is better to plan ahead on in terms of livestock and equipment, know ur budget and know what you want, the only way is to be more patient and not rush into buying something, do more research. I would say this hobby is generally expensive, the equipment that makes life easier for u is not cheap. just take chiller for example, u wan save money for chiller, go buy fan, u initially tink u definitely can do the manual topup cos fan the evaporation can be
    4 points
  19. I have a lot of this sps. Green base with dull orange polyps. Looks like reverse sunset monti but colour not as good. Fast grower. Easy for beginner. Everyone can have a frag for free if you don't mind the hassle of coming over. If possible, evening around 730 to 930pm. Otherwise, can just text me on adhoc basis to check before you pop by. serangoon.94880692 Sent from my SM-G988B using Tapatalk
    4 points
  20. Dear Members, It has come to our attention from the authority that there has been a few members receiving official warning from our local authority regarding the excessive sales of live corals in the community going beyond as a hobbyist letting go overgrowth frags to becoming a part time coral seller in the community . Please note that the pasar malam section is mean for members to offload excess or overgrowth coral frags only. As such with effect on 03th Sept 2020, - Sales of coral , frags is limited to Max 5 per week per member, please start a new topic once the limits is
    4 points
  21. If you are new to sps and wanna try, I can give you pocci and birdnest frags to try. Collection at serangoon. 94880692 Sent from my SM-G988B using Tapatalk
    4 points
  22. Day 18 What a busy day today! Hooked up my DI system and did a 50% water change. My nitrates and Phosphates were sky high which also means the tank is cycled, must have been the cubes of frozen food i've been 'feeding' the tank during the cycling period. Tank parameters after 50% WC today: kH: 8.3 Calcium: 400ppm Magnesium: 1200ppm Potassium: 370ppm Nitrate: 50ppm Phosphate: 0.5ppm Now time to show some new equipments! I decided to get the Noopsyche K7 Pro II LED simply because it fits my budget, is very similar (or identical) spectrum wise to
    4 points
  23. Just sharing on what i would do 1. From ur pics, it seems not serious, maybe not even disease, maybe sand or scratches. 2. Before u start any treatment, think of any reason why ur fish is infected? did u intro new fish or something? if not maybe its not disease. 3. Generally clownfish are tough buggers. they can take a bit of beating unlike the tangs which can GG fast. I would monitor first to see if it worsens, if worsen to picture below i would take action. Monitor their appetite and breathing. 4. Its best to set up quarantine for treatment. My clowns infected by brook b4, i did a fresh
    4 points
  24. Congratulation to all the winners ! Prizes by Value ( Highest to Lowest ) 1) AI 64 HD LED x 1 2) Clarisea SK5000 roller filter x 1 3) SPS Mystery pack ( 5 frags Worth $500 ) 4) Zoas Mystery pack (5 frags Worth $500) 5 ) Fauna Marin Balling set x 1 6) HARDCOREREEFER magnetic frag station petite x 1 7) Coral RX Industrial x 1 8) Coral RX Pro x 1 9 to 11 ) Vitalis Mini Marine Glazer 110g 12 to 16 ) Viatlis Algae pellet XS 60g 17 to 26) Coral RX Single Shot coral Dip 27 to 36 ) DD Coral Glass 37 to 42 ) Glue Onz cor
    4 points
  25. Hoping to add more color forms of jawbreakers to collection.
    4 points
  26. Currently the Kalk stirrer is hooked to the Apex & switches ON for 2min. Once every hour. Quite a waste to use the Apex for this simple purpose. Tried using one of those standard smart wifi power plugs. But those only allow a max of about 16 events (i.e. 8x on + 8x off) This is not enough for the kalk stirrer. Objective of this mini project was to free up one plug on the Apex so it can be put into better close loop control of equipment (instead of just using as a standard timer) Using an FRM01 timer board. Set to Function 5 T1 = 2min, T2 = 60min
    4 points
  27. Some backdated Softies corner topdown shots
    4 points
  28. A flower bouquet for MOTHER'S DAY
    4 points
  29. (Copying previous post on the subject...) RODI systems first removes sediments, silt, clay... The carbon filter and RO membrane remove any unwanted chemicals like chlorine, chromium, pesticides. The DI resin typically focuses on the removal of heavy metals like copper. Combined they remove impurities, microorganisms, disinfection byproducts, inorganic chemicals, organic chemicals, and even naturally occuring radioactive nuclides! Now whilst Declorinated tap water is okay to use short term all the above elements even in extremely small ppm/ppb will build up over time (Silicone even absorbs
    4 points
  30. Don't need to buy. I stay punggol, will go bk chk whether I can harvest and pass some to you.
    4 points
  31. Spent last week or so collecting a few more pieces from fellow reefers. Think I'm pretty much done with the bottom of the tank. Need to reposition some of the corals but generally it is starting to look full. Now to hunt down all the sps. Had some minor issues the past week dkh swinging then refusing to come up no matter how much I increased the dosage. So after I lost 1 frag, which broke my heart, I decided to do a quick 10% wc on Thursday night. Things looked alot better on Friday so I skipped the second 10% wc I was planning and decided to set the wc to 5L daily over the course of 24 h
    4 points
  32. I do agree with slimy. I strongly urge all victims to consider the benefit of our community as well as new or upcoming reefers. Your inconvenience now will bring good to both our community as well as upcoming new reefers whom are mainly of young age. Imagine young reefers who save their pocket money to get a 2nd hand set up and unknowingly reef in it. What kind of aftermaths is there for them to handle? Do you think their parents will allow them to continue reefing? Will our community be able to last without new reefers joining in hobby? Your little bit of time now and to bring him to justice
    3 points
  33. Lmk which colors u might be keen on bro if any have various colors other than red/pink
    3 points
  34. @JJtheReeferare you the seller? i rmb you are selling one redsea nano.
    3 points
  35. Came a long way have been reefing since December 2016. When i decided to convert from 6ft arowana tank to a nano marine tank. Well all I would say it a lot more expensive to maintain a marine tank as compare to arowana tank. So far many good things had happened Upgrade from Nano to a 2ft. After 3 years now my tank is fully stock up with different LPS why i only choose LPS well firstly my tank is rather small can't really keep SPS as they are less aggressive as compare to LPS. Just focus on one type. My over all favorites are still hammers different design, colors as compare to torches.
    3 points
  36. 1) Normally i will restart my QT tank after each successful or failed round. For filter sponge will throw away and replace with a new seeded one. For media, I will bleach it to ensure is clean and remove the medication within the media. 2) Drip acclimated slower if the temp different is big. U should try to aim for below 28c for ur QT tank using a fan. Sensitive fish don't really do well if the temp is too high. 3) After completed all treatment for the fish, do a water change and put carbon in to remove the medication in the tank. Observe the fish for 3 days to a week to ensure all good befo
    3 points
  37. All things in your reef tank react with oxygen. Fish, invertebrates, areobic bacteria all consume oxygen and expel co2. Zooxanthellae create oxygen, and corals use this to help them remove waste. Whilst dissolved organics need oxygen to enable them to break down. As such it's no surprise that Coral reef health (and colouration) has been shown to be heavily linked to the level of dissolved oxygen (DO). Despite it being at the centre of life within your tank, it is one of the least known and certainly least tested parameters in the reef aquaria. So I thought I would take some time to try an
    3 points
  38. Couple shots of a new addition: my Pink-speckled shrimpgoby! Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    3 points
  39. Saturday morning shipment (pricing only will be set tmrw): Feminus wrasse Conspiculatus angel Coral Sea Watanabei Angelfish pairs Emperor Angel Pyramid butterfly Pictilis anthias Starkii damsel Dussumieri Tang Golden hogfish (Bodianus perditio) Lineatus fairy wrasse Hooded wrasse Kuiter leopard wrasse
    3 points
  40. Stay Home , Stay Safe Reef At Home Contest During this Circuit Breaker period, when every reefer is staying at home, why not get active with your tank and stand a chance to win some PRIZES !! We are co-operating with our forum sponsor with some fun for every reefers to continue staying Home and Stay Safe during this period , do let's just get started ! HOW TO ENTER 1) START a Tank build thread, or UPDATE your existing tank build thread in the forum. Our Members tank thread forum can be found here. Every 5 Post Count in this section during this period entit
    3 points
  41. Everything is settled so time to let the tank cycle for 3-4 months. Following WWC cycling methods. Gotten this second hand Maxspect IVC6 from one of the reefer last week. This allows me to control my Gyre xf350 thru app. I dislike the ideal of not including this ICV6 controller in the Gyre 2 pump set. We have to get it separately. Overall it’s quite easy to set it up. Using pump A for my main tank. Set 08:00 - 00:00 As random mode (highest 40% power) 00:00 - 08:00 As pulsing mode (highest 30% power) Overall I find the Gyre XF350 is really strong. It managed to push wa
    3 points
  42. The elusive Pom-Pom Crab. It ventured out this evening, seeking shelter beneath the Montipora Setosa.
    3 points
  43. RODI SETUP: It is said that reefing is simply about keeping good water. Whilst one could argue there are many other aspects, water quality for sure is key without it you wont be going very far. Hence, for my new set up I wanted to make sure that I had good quality RODI water. So first off why would one need RODI vs. Dechlorinated water? Singapore is awesome, and they have amazing quality water. I get 68TDS for my water from the tap, that is typically cleaner then rain water, Great job PUB Singapore! Still for reef needs 68 TDS is still too high. So what does an RODI system do? Firstly R
    3 points
  44. Managed to take a pic of the underside of this beauty
    3 points
  45. The Forest Fire has taken on an interesting growth form with branches tightly clustered together. The banching monti is less than six inches from the surface in between both light fixtures, and the flow is moderate and fairly constant. An example of how light and flow influences SPS growth.
    3 points
  46. Quick iphone pics from today Side view Following up on the Apex temperature probe. This is what the final implementation looks like. 3D printed tube mount (left side for sump level float switch). Right side to hold the Apex temperature probe. Using the dremel to cut & later grind off the plastic pipe to ensure a perpendicular cut Installed in sump It works This resolves the issue where temperature probe is out of water when excessive water is removed (eg. water removed when fr
    3 points
  47. Since installing the Ecotech Versa peristaltic pump last month, it was possible to better control the dosing rate & time to dose. And hence gave me the motivation to improve the kalk stirrer. Decided to re-do the stirrer box with better water proofing & cable management. The drawing here shows the feature to hold the speed controller PCB in place. Using a good quality PC fan (uses ball bearings). A PWM speed controller. And a couple of magnets. The top & bottom halves were printed with ABS material. Total time about 32 hours (t
    3 points
  48. Hi Guys and lady I have a 2.5ft tank, having so much problem to put my dosing pump. As you can see my sump tank no much space left Ended up I drill two hole at my wall and install my coral box dosing pump. I felt good and save a lot of my space. I am sure you guys thinking what I am thinking. Will the light affect the liquid right beside ? I put a black cover to block the light and heat. I am thinking to put a wallpaper on TOP of my dosing pump like what S3 are selling. Hope my DIY can give you guys and lady more ideas. Happy reefing ! Never give up on a bad exp
    3 points
  49. Full tank shot Side view Side view before lights on
    3 points
  50. First off, Dechlorinated water vs. RODI.... We are so lucky in Singapore to have some of the cleanest water available, but it still contains various elements that you wouldn't want in a reef tank! RODI systems firstly remove sediments, silt, clay... (it's amazing just how dirty my sediment filter gets from tap water!). The carbon filter and RO membrane remove any unwanted chemicals like chlorine, chromium, pesticides. Whilst the DI resin typically focuses on the removal of heavy metals like copper. Combined they remove impurities, microorganisms, disinfection byproducts, inorganic chemicals
    3 points


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