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Found 11 results

  1. Aldi are selling space saving baskets at the moment. $3.99. I bought a spice rack and have attached one to the wall in my fish area. I use it to store bottles of easy life, prime and the odd thing of flake. I might get a few more at that price. Takes all the stuff off the bench and keeps things tidy. Thanks ALDI.
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  3. setting up a planted tank what is the easiest and best C02 machine on the market for a 5ft x2ftx2ft. thanks
  4. Hey, I've recently had to downgrade my large display aquaria cos I moved. I still have the empty tanks in storage but til we build more space I'm delving into nano's and betta for a bit. Quite a different kettle of fish, for me, lol. Big dispays are so easy! I've been pretty surprised at the lack of range regarding affordable proper nano lighting, though now am happy to report I found a great range of little LED's from Aqua One. They are STRONG (unlike those I got on ebay) and although I cringe a bit at straight "yellow" kinda spectrum, my plants n fish seem to love it. Heating. Where I couldn't use little 25 W standard aquarium heaters.. I tried a 7W internal round black pad (brand, can't remember!) but it blew up.. fault in the rubber seal I think. Then I was put onto external heating pads from Premier Pet.. 5W ... waterproof but are reccomended to keep under the vase/bowls. First 2 days the temp didn't go over 18 deg. This is was sad.. my HM and dragon super delta were less than impressed.... I was however told of a trick.. place the heat pad sideways between the two vases. Sounds so logical n simple yet I never considered it. Both 9 L vases have been on 24-25 since (I've never been home to check how warm in the middle of the day). So .. i'm happy with that. Just thought I'd pass on my experiences. Hope it helps someone P.S. Am soooo excited I'm picking up my Mustard Gas HM today from City Farmers Underwood He's paler than the show grade ones u see on Google search but beautiful.
  5. Would love to see some reviews on products people have bought. Theres a couple I can do as I have been trying out some new toys. But yea...... PRODUCT REVIEW THREAD! filters, foods, silicons...... what ever!
  6. Aquasonic Fry Starter Food 1L Australian Made! Aquasonic, A Trusted Name In Australian Aquacultur FRY STARTER is excellent as a first food for newly hatched fry. Fry Starter stays in suspension longer than it's competitors, allowing more time for newly hatched fry to find food. Fry Starter contains a variety of sizes of micro pulverized food particles suitable for both egglayers and livebearers. Fry Starter has more ingredients, offering a larger selection of food types to satisy fussy eaters. Feed newly hatched fry at least 3 times daily. 3 or 4 drops may be sufficent dependent on aquarium size and fry numbers. Well that's what the product description is does any one use this stuff if so how does it rate ?? Regards Trevor Ps. Found this on eBay seller name is macs aquariums
  7. hey im running a JP-6000 which is supposedly 50watt (HENGTAI INTERNATIONAL CO.,LIMITED – SUPPLIER OF PUMP,GENERATOR,POOL&SPA,EQUIPMENT.) thats their website for the info plus it in on the pump aswell. my question is why are all other pumps at least double the amount of watts if this one works for only 50watts. (for the same amount of l/ph) either its wrong or if you have a massive electricity bill you should be using these pumps instead.
  8. setting up a planted tank what is the easiest and best C02 machine on the market for a 5ft x2ftx2ft. thanks leala
  9. I was just wondering what is the best product to use to lower the ph level in my discus tank, also do plants rise the ph level? Cheers Jason
  10. Hello everyone, I am trying to find some more information, and maybe some user reviews/experiences, for the following sump pump: JQS-7000I I couldn't find the site from the manufacturer so here is a link from an online shop so you know what im talking about (i hope that is not against the rules) http://www.aquariumproducts.com.au/catalogue_products.php?prodID=3978&catID=13 this are the specs: JQS-7000I 10000lph •10000lph •320w •10m Head Height •Quiet and reliable •Fitted with Automatic Float Switch ( cuts off when water drops below float ) •Dimensions: 200 x 200 x 350mm In the future I would like to get on of these, or similar to run a 2000 liter system thanks heaps!
  11. I went down to the LFS a few days ago to buy a buffer. I usually buy the Seachem Malawi Buffer, but noticed they had another Seachem product on special. So without reading it properly i came home with Seachem "Marine" Buffer. I saw that it said it will stablilise my PH at 8.3. Thats fine but upon reading it again its for Salt Water. Is this going to be a problem if i use this with my African Cichlids. At this point in time my tank of Malawi's seam to be happy enough after a couple of days of being in there. So basically my question is, Will this buffer kill my fish being that it is a salt water buffer? Cheers Brenton
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