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  1. My first pico reef in a Fluval spec 3 AIO tank.
  2. Hi, I am a new member here. I've been a reader of sgreefclub, and I kept a 2 feet nano about 4 years ago, then gave it away to neighbor because of moving house. I have read about the 100 percent weekly water change approach for pico tank done by Brandon429, and Ecoreef one, and decide to try it. I've bought live rocks, fill 1 gallon pico tank; it is bare-bottom with live rocks and airstone only. So far only kept easy stuff, zoa, gsp, one yuma, one coral banded shrimp, a porcelain crab, and red macro algae. It has been running for 5 months, with weekly water change, so far seems alright.
  3. 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 usi
  4. 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
  5. Just started a new pico SPS tank in the office yesterday. Transferred all my dying / bleached out SPS frags from my home tank after another white slime breakout. This tank will serve as a recovery tank to the frags and the objectives are to get the frags back in good health again. Equipment Filter: HOB filter Wavemaker: Boyu SP101 Light: Green Element Evo 6x3W (Modified 4 Blue / 2 White) I plan to supplement Ca and KH with small amounts of kalkwasser daily. As you can see from the pic, most of the SPS frags are bleached but not dead. Currently I've only switched on
  6. 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....
  7. Just read that there is this new UFO looking LED lights for the nano and pico tanks up to 1.5 feet. Other than the shimmering effect of LED lights, the most noticeable feature is dimming of its white and blue lights (30 levels) and intensity setting, which allows users to digitally set it from 6,000 to 25,000k and for sunrise and sunset effect. It boasts to include high PAR lighting to grow Acropora corals too. However, at 18W, I have my reservations on its ability to keep sps and suppose it is only suitable for less light demanding corals like lps and softies. But if it's true, it's something
  8. Hi bros, My friend and i decided to decomm our office tank as we are shifting soon. Gonna combine and raise fund to setup a bigger tank So we have 2X IQ5 up for grab!! Great for office or bedroom tank!! 01) IQ5 with Backdrop Condition: Very good Modification: backdrop grey rocky look (cost me $30!!) Colour: Black Filtration: IOS Comes with all original equipment- original dymax pump, LED lighting etc. Freebies: Dymax Mini Algae Scraper, Dymax powerhead (additional, for wave), Dymax Feeding Tray Price: $55 SGD or $65 SGD bundle with VORT
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