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  1. ..If you loved the Nano Care Magnet you are going to want the big brother. Almost double the size but not double the price and will handle glass 10-15mm. With a gap between the magnet and the glass also means that gravel and sand will not get caught. Also received in the 6020 nanostreams which are very well priced as well. http://www.thetechden.com.au/Tunze_Nano_Care_Magnet_Long_0220_011_10_15mm_Glass _p/0220.015.htm Here is the smaller nano care magnet at work. Tunze Nano Care Magnet 0220.010 Tunze Turnbelle nanostream 6015. The Tunze Turbelle nanostream is German made and of the highest quality and extremely efficient.
  2. I need a big very strong one for a big tank that wont get knocked off all the time can anyone help?
  3. I think we are bad luck magnets. As much as we try to do the right thing with our tanks and fish everything seems to go wrong. We have lost 80% of our BN breeders and all the fry. Most of the new fish we get are dieing or died. The worst part is we can't find out why. Got up this morning and our 4ft display canister was unplug, by our two year old kid yeaterday most likely. Now the fish looking sick and we have gone into damage control. Most seem to pick up a bit after a water change, cleaned the canister filter and added some well aged sponge filters. The plecos, my favorites are still looking worst for wear. The other bad news...... Our pair of whiptails that we are/were trying breed were BOTH dead this morning too. Along with another BN female. I am getting rid of that system today, IT'S CURSED!!!! We were losing the fry in there and put it down to the water was poisoned so we changed it all. Lose our breeding longfin male due to a fight in the process. Everything was looking good and they started breeding again. Decided to add some fish from other tanks to the system, they all looked really healthy. Now the system has whitespot and the BN are dying from bloat(?). Now the whiptails are both dead! Add this to being ripped off by people. We must be bad luck Magnets. I am at the point were I want to give up. Carl it ready to put a hole in something after losing his Whiptails. I had some much fun when I started being serious about fish but TODAY I have had enough. That's my start of the day, how about yours! Jenny
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