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    MACNA XXI : Julian Sprung and Two Little Fishies

    Julian Sprung attended MACNA in full force, giving a thought provoking talk on hybridization while also representing his company Two Little Fishies. TLF brought in their popular products such as ReVive Coral Dip and Phosban, but they also had some new unassuming products to show. One of which is this new magnetic algae clip. The version […]

    MACNA Two Little Fishies

    Julian Sprung attended MACNA in full force, giving a thought provoking talk on hybridization while also representing his company Two Little Fishies. TLF brought in their popular products such as ReVive Coral Dip and Phosban, but they also had some new unassuming products to show. One of which is this new magnetic algae clip. The version shown below is a handmade prototype, production is expected to start up soon.

    Two Little Fishies Magnet Algae Clip

    At first glance this looks like a common offering. But these magnets are embossed with a unique material that creates a static cling against the glass, while also being able to float should they come loose. The rubber -like material on both magnets is strong enough to hold itself in place, without the aid of magnetism, to a curved surface. Julian demonstrated this on a Phosban reactor, and sure enough the magnet held itself up. These magnets are also strong enough for 3/4″ glass–plenty for most rimless tank owners.

    phosban-reactor-550TLF also showed off the new  Phosban 550 Reactor that we first shared one year ago. As compared to the smaller Phosban 150 reactor, this model offers some slight changes in the lid design. Other than this it is an enlarged version for those who wish to run more media.

    There are a lot of new undertakings going on at TLF and we’re looking forward to what they release next. If they follow the simple, useful and utility-like nature of their past line up– we’re sure they will not disappoint.

    One Comment

    1. Richard from Texas
      September 28, 2009 at 7:41 AM | Permalink

      wow keep the MACNA pictures comin

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