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  1. NuisanceAlgaeCultivator

    The Not Always Bigger In Texas - MiniComplete

    Well I took the dive on the minicomplete. Gotta be honest after I opened the box and started realistically looking at what I thought could be done, I regretted buying the dang thing and posted on eBay within the same week! Anyhow it got a ton of views but no one was willing to pay anywhere near what was payed...so left with no choice I marched forward against nearly everything I’ve learned for reef keeping. This forum luckily has an abundance of collected knowledge. Challenge #1) Heat The size of heaters that could shut off at a specific temp were usually too big, and the size of heaters that could fit seemed to over or under heat. So the challenge was a teeny heater that shuts off at a specific temp. Boom: This bad mama jama is only about 3” x 1” x 1” ( let me know if you want specific dims). It fit in the sump with enough space to use 2/3 of the filter media provided. The heater has a light that turns orange when heating and green when on standby. Ideally it’d be mid 70s but it seems to stay at a steady 79-80f. During the day I unplug the heater and let the tank go to my office temp of 76-78. Challenge #2) Aquascaping Nearly every rock is Mount Everest in this thing. I looked up “The Golden Rule”, artistic ratios, and googled aquascapes for days. Did many mock ups glued some stuff together: After days and nights of drawings, scaping, rescaping, then rescaping, I came up with this: Challenge #3) Substrate This was actually wildly easy, I put a quarter cup of sand in a Dixie cup rinsed it off and added it using a spoon. Easiest and cleanest substrate I’ve done in my life. I figure the challenge will be seeing how the bacteria acts with this little bitty amount of sand... Challenge #4) Water Another actually wildly easy task for the mini. Went to Walgreens and purchased a gallon of RO (“and/or distilled” lol) water for $1.27, mixed with about a half cup of reef crystals, checked parameters and went on my merry way. FTS Day 3, I’ll update once there is life tomorrow but here’s where it sits as of now:
  2. Ended up breaking down my 4G cadlights nano and relocating inhabitants so I can have my desk back (starting a business and need for surface area...). I haven’t been following Nanobox developments since I bought it. Paid around $350 but see they’re now selling new for $299🙄. Never had a single problem with it! Black finish with blue metal cover. Willing to part with mine for $200 firm + shipping. Sorry, no trades please unless you’ve got drone parts😂. steve
  3. The Triton Method is making me get my Elos mini out of the closet! Will someone please recommend a protein skimmer to go into the sump of my Elos Mini? I have a tad less than 5 inches of water height. Many thanks!
  4. 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
  5. CAD-Aqua

    5 Tanks for $240!

    The Zen Nano’s are great for all types of aquarium hobbyists from the novice to advanced ranging from Reef/Marine to freshwater and planted aquariums alike, it can do it all. The full range high performance filtration includes all the filtration media, pump, fittings including the reef capable LED lighting system featuring innovative “Touch controls”. The Zen series Nano can work both with cover for jumping fish or beautiful modern rimless.  As with all of our Zen aquariums, we start with using the finest materials combining with passionate craftsman to create a piece of art that is not just beautiful to look at but very functional as well. Our Zen nano’s use ultra high quality Low-iron crystal-clear glass that is almost as clear as acrylic yet over 10X more durable and longer lasting. All diamond polished edges for a smooth and furniture feel and look. Using the best aquarium sealants combined with Artisan aquarium builders, all the glass are perfectly aligned as well as beautiful virtually bubble free seams. Each Zen series Nano cube aquarium comes with a Powerful LED light that can change from 10K White for freshwater plants to a Marine/Reef sustaining 24K. Combining with advanced “Touch controls” lets you choose each setting with only a touch of the control button, keep your finger on the button and each setting can also be dimmed and brightened.  https://www.cadlights.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=61_65
  6. CAD-Aqua

    Tank Sale!

    Time for a Nano Sale! ALL of our AIO Nano tanks and Zen series tanks are 20% off!! SALE ends 10/1/17 Features: 5mm Low iron ultra clear glass with hand-curved corners Includes plumbing and pump Clean and clear silicone seams Comes with a single panel glass cover Specifications Dimensions: (16" x 16" x 17") 250 GPH return pump Cell cast acrylic filter wall Multi-habitat aquatic filtration system (Marine, Reef, or Freshwater)
  7. CAD-Aqua

    TANK SALE!

    Time for a Nano Sale! ALL of our AIO Nano tanks and Zen series tanks are 20% off!! SALE ends 10/1/17 https://www.cadlights.com  Features: 5mm Low iron ultra clear glass with hand-curved corners Includes plumbing and pump Clean and clear silicone seams Comes with a single panel glass cover Specifications Dimensions: (16" x 16" x 17") 250 GPH return pump Cell cast acrylic filter wall Multi-habitat aquatic filtration system (Marine, Reef, or Freshwater) Â
  8. thespinningsadhu

    Maxi Mini

    I was having fun with my macro lens. This is an extreme close-up of my tiny maxi mini.

    © jagadeesh owens

  9. thespinningsadhu

    A Love Story

    My lady shrimp in her new home. She loves it.

    © Jagadeesh Owens

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