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  1. I have mostly set up my tank but there is a drain at the back of the right side filter that is using the only tap given to me but there is another drain on the left end of the sump. Do I have to get a tap for that as well or is there something else?
  2. After reading many many threads about heaters failing and people loosing expensive fish we got in some of the Lifegard Aquatics Temperature Alert. The units can be set with not only a low temperature but also high temperature alarm to help stop your fish freezing or frying with excessive temperatures. In summer time you will soon know when your tanks get too high and in winter is your heater is up to the task as we mainly check temperatures through the day but that is not when it is the coldest - do you check your temp just prior to the sun rising when it is the coolest time of day? Is your heater up to keeping the temperature your fish require? Should your heater fail it will give you the indication by an audible alarm or by the unit flashing if your heater looses heat or starts cooking. It is a relatively cheap option compared to replacing fish and recycling your tank It has a large 7.5 X 6cm display and the unit itself is 10cm x 10cm. Lifegard Aquatics Large Display Temp Alert for Aquariums, Reptiles and Greenhouses
  3. Hi All. We now stock Jack Kent's Latest invention the AquaBlade Scraper. Specs - With its solid construction and molded-in fiberglass handles the AquaBlade looks beautiful. And works beautifully. Heads above the rest AquaBlade long scrapers feature solid fiberglass handles. Instead of using glues that break-down like other scrapers, the AquaBlade handles are v-grooved from the side and inserted into the head of the scraper during the injection molding process. Under thousands of pounds of pressure the handle is fused to the head becoming a part of the molded piece. No hollowness. No odor. The AquaBlade is injected molded as a solid piece of plastic which keeps water from entering the unit while using. This means no hollow handles and drizzling of excess water when removed from the aquarium. And without trapped aquarium water inside the scraper it will never develop odors from growing bacteria. Strength and beauty By utilizing virgin plastic in the molding process instead of re-grind or recycled plastics, the AquaBlade is much stronger and more agile than other scrapers. The first time you pick up an AquaBlade you’ll notice the difference it makes. It feels strong and durable — perfect for work inside your aquarium. White Plastic Allows you to see the scraper more easily through darker algae. This means you don’t miss any spots the first time around the aquarium. Blades full of sharp ideas The AquaBlade cyan blade was created by testing countless different types of plastics and plastic blends. The results are a special self lubricating plastic that is softer than acrylic, so it will not scratch acrylic*. Constructed of 316 stainless steel, the AquaBlade metal blade is both strong and rust resistant so removing that stubborn coralline algae is a breeze. Link to the range - Aquablades Ben P.S First person to post up - " I want a Free Aquablade Scraper " Will be sent one free of charge
  4. Firstly we would like to thank the members in their support, which has been very positive and appreciate all the feedback that has been given and happy to listen your ideas to make the site better for you. One of the things that was mentioned was that the freighting was a little confusing - we listened and now have a flat rate delivery fee of just $7.50 and all orders are advised when they are shipped including a tracing number. Some of the brands that have been added include. Aquasonic - Australian Made - Test Kits, Medications - Water Conditioners - Fry Starter Food Brightwell Aquatics - Water Conditioners designed for specific fish - Rainbows - Discus - Cichlids - Riftlake Tunze Pumps - German Manufactured - Small wattage - Superb Quality There was over 50 items added today and at the moment every single item is in stock. You will notice there are no items in books at the moment and this should change tomorrow. We are in talks with a few companies and there is still a lot more to come. If you have not visited us lately it might be a good chance to take a look - and do not forget your QLDAF discount... The Tech Den - Quality Aquarium Products
  5. Got this email and this is on there site? It is with great sadness that we have to make the following announcement. Due to unforseen circumstances and the general economic climate, we are sad to announce that Prestige Aquatics Foods & Aquatic Goods will be closing business very soon. This will also include the Prestige Aquatics Discussion Boards. We would like to take this opportunity to say a BIG THANKS to all those who have supported Prestige Aquatics by way of purchases or active membership here on site. This site will be closed down on or before 31/08/10 and will also be placed in parking for possible future use. This will mean that only the Site Team will have access to this site for general upkeep. In light of this we have now got the AFF [Australian Fish Friends] site up to the point where it is ready to be promoted in order to get things happening. So why not copy and paste the following www into your computer's favs: The AUSTRALIAN FISH FRIENDS - Preserving the Piscatorial Passion
  6. anyone a member on the forum over there? ( Prestige Aquatics Discussion Boards) Ive registered but just get error message, access denied, on anything i click on whats the go?
  7. Another new store has just come on board for those people in and around Bundaberg. Sugarland Pets at Sugarland Shopping Centre is the latest to stock the range. Also flake is continueing to be tested with excellent results. It has been tested on Marines as well as freshwater with the bulk of the ingredients being Kelp and krill. Our other usuals are there as well. Also this month sees the addition of algae strips to Qld. Once again all Australian made.
  8. Firstly, went to Fishchick at Annerley for the first time yesterday, unreal store! Had lots of things that you don't see in most shops (that you should) and they gave really good information and were more than willing to have a yarn. If you're into planted aquariums you gotta check it out! But, my question is, does anyone know the name of the freshwater macroalgae they sell in the store. From what I remember they were selling it by its genus name. Any help, particularly from the guys at Fishchick, would be great! Thanks
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