Greg Watkins
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Reef Aquarium LED Spot Light Stand

Started Feb 18, 2013 0 Replies

Here is a cool floor lamp for up to 5 LED spot lights. Can run 2, 3 or all 5 at once: 1 click turns on 2 bulbs, 2 clicks turns on 3 bulbs, and 3 clicks turns on all 5. A great solution for nano…Continue

Tags: lights, spot, aquarium, lighting, led

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Started Feb 18, 2013 0 Replies

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Thoughts on LED Lighting and UV Light.

Started Feb 2, 2013 0 Replies

It has occurred to me lately that LED lighting has a complete lack of UV light.   Some UV must be  necessary for correct coral Growth for sps used to near surface conditions Has anyone  heard…Continue

Tags: reef, lighting

Growing Coralline Algae under Actinic Lighting.

Started Jan 6, 2013 0 Replies

Hi Folks,Has anyone had success growing Coralline Algae under only blue actinic lighting (460nm variety). "I have a box of rocks" I am maintaining from the breakdown and selling off my 90 gallon reef…Continue

Tags: lighting, rock, live

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About Yourself
Saltwater Eddies, LLC offers a wide variety of saltwater aquarium and reef tank supplies, additives, lighting and electronics. Our goal is to carry only the highest quality products so that our customers are sure to be pleased. We have thousands of items to choose from. We have been marine reef tank hobbyists/enthusiasts since the early 90’s, and are quite knowledgeable about what you need to keep your saltwater aquarium and its creatures healthy, happy and thriving.
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Where's all that water coming from?
Aqua Interests
Saltwater, Corals, Reef, Large Tanks, Nano Tanks, Pico Tanks, Peaceful Tanks, Aquascaping, Species Specific Tanks
Other Interests
Astronomy, Photography, Chemistrey, Physics, Chess. Life
About My Tank
I have a “box of rocks” ~250lbs I saved from a 90 gallon reef tank of 15 years breakdown. I was/am keeping them because they are the single most costly item on a new setup in the near future. I was lighting the tank (~50 long shallow frag bed type tank) with T5′s across. Some softies started to reappear from the live rocks, mostly Yuma Riccordia, disc mushrooms, GSP and such. But when I saw a frag of my old magnificent pink birdnest, I needed to get some better lighting, as I think I want to grow it again.
I picked up the 7-LED model to spot just the frag, not caring much about lighting for the rocks and softies.
These are really great because for one thing you just screw the into an ordinary light socket for a PAR 38 LED Spot! I have used (and still do), both the 7 and the 12 LED AquaSunSpot Pendants, or spotlights from Aqua Medic.It looked OK, but i realized i really did need more light spread to cover all the tank (about 4′ long), so I got a 12-spot. HOLLY Molly! They are bight. They seem like much more than just a 90 LUM/Watt increase in light. What a beast of a spot! I would highly recommend this 12-spot version for anyone running Nano tank needing an inexpensive LED lighting solution short of getting one of the adjustable high tech modules out there. And for a Pico tank, the 7-spot would do. I can’t say enough about the 12-spot though. Kudos Aqua Medic USA!
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Married, It's Complicated, Taken by My Fishes, Taken by My Tank, Taken by My Corals
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Aquarium I.D. Latest Trending Release: Beautifuly Done, Even More Useful.

Posted on November 3, 2013 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

 

 

With the latest release of Aquarium I.D. comes another plethora of livestock data (Fish, Corals and Inverts). If…

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Latest trend in reef tanks: The Aquarium ID app

Posted on October 30, 2013 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

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Outstanding, the latest new release of the Aquarium I.D. app is now available! I’ll definitely be blogging about this one for sure very soon. Seriously, if you have not yet checked this app out, you really should. After all, it is free for the LITE version, and it is so much more than just an encyclopedia of beautiful pictures fish loaded with info on them. You…

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If you can't afford a chiller this yeard, who can these days, a set of Cooling Fans sometimes can do nicely

Posted on July 15, 2013 at 5:41pm 1 Comment

 

 

Cooling_fans

Aqua Medic makes some really nice mountable multiple fan cooling units, in 2, 4 or 6 fan configurations. Someone once said “You can’t always get what you want (a chiller), but if you try some time, you’ll find, you get what you need(a cooling fan)”.

The complete construction is made from corrosion…

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Outstanding Activated carbon

Posted on July 7, 2013 at 12:08am 0 Comments

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Greetings Fellow Reefers,

I’d like to announce that we have recently acquired a new source for our Activated Carbon. It is form C.A.C. (Carbon Activated Corp.), all they do is Activated Carbon, and it is indeed superior to any source of activated carbon I have used in the past.

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At 10:14pm on July 12, 2013, Lenny said…

anything on that app need any testers

At 6:39am on June 6, 2013, Lenny said…

WOOT

At 10:44am on March 27, 2013, Lenny said…

The Lights are Orphek PR-3 ( http://www.aquariumspecialty.com/orphek-pr-3-led ) I used a hanger to mount the light

At 1:13pm on February 27, 2013, Gideon Lane ( aka puffer lover ) said…

thank you. I had to learn the hard way that A one gallon tank is just good for nothing.  I'm still new to the hobby so I told myself to stay with freshwater fish until I know what I'm doing and get better income. I do plan to do saltwater at some point. I like corals.

At 8:43am on February 16, 2013, Karin Schroeder said…
Thanks for the warm welcomes! ;0$
At 8:42am on February 16, 2013, Karin Schroeder said…
Thanks for the warm welcome!
At 7:21pm on February 9, 2013, Robert Gorman said…
Aqua Ionizer
www.aquaionizer.com/
Saltwater and Freshwater Aquarium Filter, purifies and revitalizes water, reduces algae and diseases.
At 11:09am on January 31, 2013, AquariumID said…
Looking forward to see the updates :)
At 1:00am on January 30, 2013, Zack said…
Tomorrow I'm gonna go get the salt and my protein skimmer change my water then put my fish back in ill post another video after I get it done
At 12:32am on January 30, 2013, Zack said…
It's good I haven't changed my water yet because I dnt have enough salt but I took my fish out and aeriators my 10 gallon and I'm gonna take your advise and try to get some store credit somewhere for the urchins and tang and I have 35 pounds of aquacultured live rock on the way in the mail will it still b good?
 
 
 

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