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Topic Started: May 5 2009, 02:20 AM (742 Views)
puffcrusader696
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Baby Black Aro
This is a thread where you list all the equipment you have used on your reef that have been very successful and reliable. If it worked well and you would recommend it, post it. I don't want to hear any "well this pump wasn't good" or "this skimmer broke" or any of that. Only posotive things. Anything besides livestock. Post away and lets get a good list of reliable products to help other beginner reefers and any other reefers looking to buy new equipment. =]

Also all other saltwater tank equipment can be listed here. Not just equipment used on reefs.
My reef is my expression... its a mixed bag of a bit of everthing with no clear theme all including mood swings, many odd quirks, nooks, crannies, and the best part: growth

Questions about saltwater? Wanna set up an amazing reef display and want to do it right? Just ask!
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Jim
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The CPR backbak skimmers work well for the money
If At First You Dont Succeed....Go Fishin
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puffcrusader696
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Jim
May 7 2009, 03:27 PM
The CPR backbak skimmers work well for the money
very true... mine works wonderfully on my 20 gallon reef. I've also heard the aqua-c remora skimmers work well too
My reef is my expression... its a mixed bag of a bit of everthing with no clear theme all including mood swings, many odd quirks, nooks, crannies, and the best part: growth

Questions about saltwater? Wanna set up an amazing reef display and want to do it right? Just ask!
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Jim
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Am i seeing double or is this thread identical almost to another one in this same section ? :lol:
Edited by Jim, May 9 2009, 12:53 PM.
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Jim
May 9 2009, 12:52 PM
Am i seeing double or is this thread identical almost to another one in this same section ? :lol:
I posted a link to here in general salt so it could get more exposure...

The koralia pumps work well... Im gonna try them out with a wavemaker to see how they perform with that... then I'll post back here with the results :D
My reef is my expression... its a mixed bag of a bit of everthing with no clear theme all including mood swings, many odd quirks, nooks, crannies, and the best part: growth

Questions about saltwater? Wanna set up an amazing reef display and want to do it right? Just ask!
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Digital Aquatics Reefkeeper controllers are really really nice... set and forget. Your tank is completely controlled and you don't have to worry. I would give it 5 stars and recommend it to anyone who wants a controller. It is worth the money!

The koralias didn't work so well with the wavemaker. maybe with a koralia wavemaker they would be better but they don't start every time on my controller's wavemaker
Edited by puffcrusader696, Jul 20 2009, 09:47 PM.
My reef is my expression... its a mixed bag of a bit of everthing with no clear theme all including mood swings, many odd quirks, nooks, crannies, and the best part: growth

Questions about saltwater? Wanna set up an amazing reef display and want to do it right? Just ask!
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The remora skimmers are hard to adjust right. They are very finicky and I couldn't get mine dialed in. Im gonna stick with bak pak skimmers
My reef is my expression... its a mixed bag of a bit of everthing with no clear theme all including mood swings, many odd quirks, nooks, crannies, and the best part: growth

Questions about saltwater? Wanna set up an amazing reef display and want to do it right? Just ask!
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puffcrusader696
Jul 20 2009, 02:43 PM
The remora skimmers are hard to adjust right. They are very finicky and I couldn't get mine dialed in. Im gonna stick with bak pak skimmers
I thought you said no negative comments :lol:
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I posted that I heard they were good so I replied to that statement :-) but yeah that is negative
My reef is my expression... its a mixed bag of a bit of everthing with no clear theme all including mood swings, many odd quirks, nooks, crannies, and the best part: growth

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Verse 34k
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I love the coralife lights... i currently have one of THESE. Works great.
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