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  1. D-D UltraFlow Weir Comb Designed by D-D and produced within the U.K. Maintaining high flow through a standard a weir comb isn’t an easy task, weir boxes are usually manufactured to be as small and unobtrusive as possible but that often results in the display aquarium run height backing up due to the short linear length of the top of the weir glass and to the added restriction of a standard weir comb. The D-D UltraFlow weir employs horizontal and vertical drain slots allowing around 30-50% more water to flow through the slotted sections compared to a standard
  2. DD H2Ocean Salt - Voted Best in Test By Practical Fishkeeping Magazine .Now with 3% greater concentration ! "At 35ppt this salt is the closest to natural seawater in our test, and at 35.5ppt it has even higher calcium and magnesium levels without dropping the alkalinity too much. It dissolves quickly and is perfect for those who don’t want to mess around with supplements." H2Ocean is an excellent all-rounder that has the added advantage of having its levels of calcium, alkalinity and magnesium at the right level for reef tanks. All tests considered, this was the best marine s
  3. Coral Colour Lens is in stock! SGD49ea A simple clip on colour adjustment and close focus lens system for all smartphones & tablets. This fantastic little device is simple to use and gives great results. When photographing your corals in the aquarium, the photographs never look as good you see by eye as the human brain auto colour corrects to remove the high blue shift that we run on lighting. The Coral Colour system has an orange lens for correction of 15K lighting and a secondary yellow lens to use in conjunction with the orange lens for 20K lighting. For taking ima
  4. DD Jump Guard Aquarium Cover is in stock!
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