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  1. I figured there are several of us now with these tanks, so time for a official thread! I will update with my setup when I get it all setup.
  2. My first tank! Excited to start the nano reef hobby. Goal is to be 100% Aquacultured/Captive Bred with zero impact on actual reefs. Tank: Waterbox AIO 20g http://waterboxaquariums.com/product/waterbox-20-cube/ Lighting: Kessil a80 tuna blue with mechanical timer (currently on for 6hrs/day in the setting of diatom bloom which has now resolved) Heat Source: Cobalt Neo Therm, with electric thermometer for confirmation (currently set at 77deg) Substrate & rocks: Live Aragonite sand, 12lbs of BRS ReefSaver, 6lbs Real Reef Rock http://realreefrock.com/ Water: "Real ocean water" from LFS, top off with distilled water Additives: Initially began cycle with BioSpira; StartSmart Complete recommended by LFS for water changes Fish: 1 DaVinci Clown Corals: 1 Galaxea Coral Anemone: ?Green BTA (This guy came from LFS attached to my Real Reef Rock). Hoping he survives and can one day host my DaVinci Feed: PE frozen mysis and calanus Water Changes: ~20% change every 1.5 weeks with "real ocean water" from LFS, daily top offs with distilled water Current parameters: T 77, Salinity 1.025-1.026, Using API kit: Ammonia 0, Nitrite 0, Nitrate ~15ppm Currently approaching 1month mark! Plan to get 2 fire shrimp next week if water parameters look good. Any tips, advice, feedback is appreciated.
  3. So I keep going back and forth about which tank I should get myself for Christmas, the "boss of the house" (you know the person I'm talking about πŸ˜‰) I would love a larger reef tank that preferable a tank I could keep a kole tang or a dwarf angel in but I don't think I can afford that... so I decided that I can afford a medium-smallish size reef so I can get better equipment and grow nice corals. Im wondering what would be the best AIO for my situation (I know a good bit about saltwater) Ive been allowed about 1,300-1,500 TOPS for the tank, corals, fish, (so basically everything...) down the line I can spend some more but I already have two high end planted tanks (freshwater) and a bioactive viv, so my budget is pretty set in stone. Im just wonder what you guys think would be the best tank most preferably an AIO, Im willing to do hang on equipment if I could get a slightly larger tank with good conditions but I would strongly prefer a all in one. What would be the best size tank AIO that would be a good size that would cost tons to fill with corals and not much for upkeep. So whats gonna be a good buy, good equipment. Any thoughts are much appreciated. πŸ˜‰
  4. Here is a video I made unboxing the fluval evo 12 if anyone is interested. I made the video over a year ago when they first came out then I just left it in its box and barely started it up in September. I will be posting another video soon of me setting up the tank once I get my computer fixed. Hope everyone likes it ☺️
  5. CAD-Aqua

    MINI All In One's

    The CAD Lights Mini Series is the perfect all-in-one aquarium for any level of hobbyist. Perfectly sizes to create a nano-reef or freshwater planted aquarium. Low iron glass makes for crystal clear viewing and intelligently designed filtration compartments will help you to maintain a stunning aquarium. 1/4" Low iron ultra clear glass with hand-curved corners Energy efficient LED clamp light Moonlighting Includes plumbing and pump Clean and clear silicone seams Comes with a single panel glass cover Specifications Dimensions: (12" x 12" x 13") Energy efficient Marine LED 3 Watt clip on light with moonlight setting 187 GPH return pump Cell cast acrylic filter wall Multi-habitat aquatic filtration system (Marine, Reef, or Freshwater) $210
  6. CAD-Aqua

    100 Zen Build

    We love including our customers and getting your opinions on new builds! This is a 100G Zen tank that we set up last week for one of our customers. What do you think we should add to this tank next? Which of our Cadlights tanks do you have set up in your home? Lets see what you got!
  7. CAD-Aqua

    45 gallon zen SALE

    45 Gallon Zen Aquarium System SALE price for southern california residents only: $499!!!! reg. price: $899 Our latest ZEN aquarium system that is designed to be compact and still offer the perfect platform to build a highly functional and beautiful aquarium. The all-inclusive system includes a 45 gallon aquarium constructed of 3/8” thick crystal clear Low-Iron Glass with clear silicone. It is completely reef-ready with an internal corner over flow box, large diameter drain pipe and ½” return water line. The included three chamber glass sump gives you the flexibility to install high-performance filtration equipment and tuck it away under the tank. It comes complete with a 660 GPH return pump and necessary tubing to get water moving through the system. The heavy duty marine grade MDF cabinet with "soft close" doors is covered with a high-gloss finish which results in a contemporary piece of furniture to add to your home. The black plastic canopy houses a high-output 55 watt LED light system that seamlessly sets into the canopy with no visible wires or hardware. A small feeding port is cut into one of the two removable panels on top of the canopy to make feeding quick and mess free. A cut-out for cables and wires on the back of the canopy makes it easy to discreetly hide power cords or tubing. Specifications: Tank Dimensions: 31” x 16” x 21.5” Sump Dimensions: 23.5” x 12” x 16” Stand Dimensions: 31” x 16” x 30” Lighting: 55 watts total (45 watts of 10K White and 10 watts of 420nm Blue) 3/8" Thick Low-Iron Glass 660 GPH Return Pump
  8. I have 2 Innovative Marine, Skye LED fixtures. They have less than 20 hours on them each. These things retail new for $129. I'm asking $60 each, or $100/pair. These are the 10K/456nm combo lights. Info: Light Specs
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