Posts Tagged ‘apex’
Part 2 of my MACNA 2013 coverage continues with interviews from Neptune Systems, My Reef Creations, Hydor, CAD lights, Ecoxotic, and Current USA. Oh, make sure you catch the outtakes.
Note: For the best viewing experience, watch the show in …Read more
Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Friday AM Quick Tip #134: The Emergency Planning Step For Your Tank You’re Overlooking
Earning your keep as a saltwater tank hobbyist includes going through the unexpected with your tank…at least once. To make your emergency planning more full-proof, make sure this step is part of your pre-disaster anticipating.
375 gallons makes a large saltwater tank. There’s lots of swimming room for fish, lots of places to put corals and lots of opportunities for the unexpected to happen during the tank build process. Fortunately for me, I got all …Read more
Each fall, the Marine Aquariums Conference of North American, aka “MACNA” roll around and each fall, reef junkie, reef enthusiasts and tank dabblers travel far and wide to attend.. Why would they do that? Because of the wide variety of …Read more
Most people think saltwater tanks require a lot of time to keep them looking great and therefore are hard to maintain.
I think that’s one of the biggest myths about saltwater tanks. The truth is once your tank is on …Read more
“Bigger” is what most saltwater tank hobbyists aim for. Bigger corals, bigger fish and bigger tanks.
Then the Apex Jr comes out which is all about being small and compact yet still useful despite the fact that it has no …Read more
My Apex tank controller is the best purchase I’ve made for my tank. And Neptune Systems is about to release the little brother to the Apex, the Apex Jr which is perfect for those of you wanting to get your …Read more