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5 Aquatics Products That Break New Ground

In the world of fish-keeping, glow in the dark is having a(nother) moment.

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HIGH-TECH SOLUTIONS ARE gaining ground in aquatics. Same with products that meet shoppers’ desires for all-natural options. And in the world of fish-keeping, glow in the dark is having a(nother) moment. Here are some new products that are on trend in those areas.

ReefLED 90W
Red Sea

KEY FEATURES: Hailed for its first-class features, this smart reef lighting system is designed for optimal coral growth and dramatic coloration. Wireless control and programming through the ReefBeat mobile app. 50W option available.
redseafish.com, (888) RED-SEA9

$349

Marina iGlo 18-gallon kit
HagEn Group

KEY FEATURES: Award winner at Global Pet Expo, iGlo series expands with biggest kit yet. Comes with everything to get “glowing,” including blue and white LED black lighting, day-glow decor, plants and gravel.
usa.hagen.com, (800) 353-3444

$79.99

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Marineland Portrait Desktop Kit
Spectrum Brands Pet Care

KEY FEATURES: 5-gallon glass aquarium has three-stage, hidden filtration with a Rite-Size Cartridge and Marineland Bio-Foam, and adjustable flow filter pump. Bright white and blue energy-efficient LED lights.
marineland.com

$59.09

EcoBio-Stone Nano
ONEdersave

KEY FEATURES: Volcanic rock contains beneficial bacteria, which are activated by organic waste in the water. The end result: clean and clear water, done naturally. This award-winner is sized for nano aquariums. Sold as singles and two-packs.
onedersave.com, (888) 797-7252

$11.96/$17.99

Resin-Infused Filter Pads
Fluval

KEY FEATURES: Compatible with company’s canister filters, line includes ammonia, phosphate and nitrite removers. Easy to use space-saving format, helps trap small particles and debris, for superior water quality.
fluvalaquatics.com, (800) 353-3444

$3.99-$5.49

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