Red Sea Raises the bar with its new Reefer G2 Series Reef Tanks

Red Sea has been busy lately with the introduction of new aquarium products. Red Sea has been known for aquarium additives, test kits and salt mix, Max Series aquariums. Later the Reefer series aquariums were added. Later three protein skimmer models following, ReefWave Gyre style wavemakers, 3 different LED fixture models and two dosing pump models, and coming this month, the ReefMat fleece filters will begin shipping to authorized Red Sea dealers. And each of these newer devices can be controlled via the RedSea ReefBeat App. The Reefer tanks were recently on sale and now we know why. RedSea was making room in preparation for the launch of their second generation lineup. The G2 series features a revamp of all the Reefer series models including the newer Reefer

Reef Beef Episode 51: Cute and Gay Aquariums with Scott Oliphant

Cute and Gay Aquariums with Scott Oliphant - Episode 51 In this episode Ben and Rich have Gold Level Beefer and all around amazing human Scott Oliphant on the show to share his wisdom about Fluconazole. Thank you to our sponsors: Powered by PolypLab: Saltwater Aquarium: The Veterans, Military, and Civil Service Discount program is now Open to Healthcare Workers. - Their loyalty program includes 5% Back via Reward points and Freebies Links: Get notified of new episodes by receiving an email from Reef Beef! Buy Reef Beef a Beer! Become a Member: #Fluconazole #ReefBeef #Cipro Time Stamps 00:00:00 Intro 00:00:53 Welcome Scott 00:08:18 SPONSOR: PolypLab 00:09:46 Fluconazole 00:27:08 SPONSOR: 00:29:51 Cipro dosing 00:47:16 Support Reef Beef! 00:49:12 Rich won’t use Fluconazole 00:52:23 One magic answer? 00:55:04 Don’t have blind faith 00:56:36 Ben’s BEEF 00:59:39 Scott’s Tanks 01:09:02 Scott’s Advice 01:10:29 Scott’s BEEF 01:19:53 More of Scott’s Tanks 01:26:24 Wrap Up 01:27:32 BLOOPERS

Protecting Your Investment with the IceCap Battery Backup

Sometimes hindsight is 20/20 for some and that is no exception in the aquarium hobby. Many of us here on the East Coast either experienced or are still experiencing a major winter storm. With nearly 130,000 power outages and counting, it is vital to have some form of backup power to keep our tanks going. Aquariums can go a few days or more without lighting but maintaining the water temperature and water circulation is imperative. Having a  generator on hand for such emergencies is great, but for some hobbyists this is not feasible. There is one simple and affordable solution that addresses water circulation concerns during a power outage.  CoralVue recently released their 3rd generation IceCap Battery Backup that can keep aquarium pumps running for hours. The IceCap V
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