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Dear Red Sea Reefer,

Red Sea is working around the clock to continuously develop and improve our products, and we’re happy to announce the latest round of improvements to most of our REEFER models.
 
While you won’t notice any changes to the overall external appearance of our REEFER™ tanks, you’ll find some significant improvements within the system itself.

 
These include:

  • Refugium-ready sumps.
  • Downflow valve now positioned at the front of the cabinet.
  • Adjustable height skimmer chamber.
  • Increased volume for RO reservoir.
  • New filter cup, supplied in addition to a micron filter bag (both items also available as accessories for all REEFER models).
  • Marine Spec plywood cabinet with leveling feet for models XL425 and XL525 (previously available only for the XXL & Peninsula series).

The REEFER™ 170 model remains unchanged due to cabinet space limitations. 
For more details about specific REEFER™ models, visit us at
https://www.redseafish.com/aquarium-systems/reefer/
 
We hope you enjoy these upgrades to Red Sea’s best-selling reef systems!

Check out our new and improved REEFER models

 

Happy Reefkeeping,
The Red Sea Team

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On ‎11‎/‎8‎/‎2018 at 10:28 PM, sandagen said:

When will it be available in singapore?

Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
 

Hi,

The New Reefer is already available in Singapore.
You may place your order with any Red Sea Retailer in Singapore.

Happy Reefing! 

The Red Sea Team

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