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|Description||Gradation Sheet is an electrostatic film for adding a beautiful finish touch to the back of Nature Aquarium in a natural way. And by combining it with separately sold Light Screen, the stage effect for the background is enhanced. Due to the nature of an electrostatic film, this product can be used repeatedly. W60×H36(cm)||Moss Cotton is a special thread to tie and fix moss on driftwood. In a quite dark green color similar to that of Willow moss and it will naturally biodegrade after Willow moss has taken root to the driftwood or rock.|
Dealers asked for it, and Seachem delivered. HydroTote™ is the ideal space saving alternative for shops carrying current 5 gallon hard jugs that simply consume too much space in the home, office, or pet store. The HydroTote™ is a collapsible jug that holds up to 20 L (5 US gallons) or 10 L (2.5 US gallons). It's perfect for customers that get their saltwater, RO water, or DI water at their local fish store. When not in use, it folds and compresses to take up less space. It pours easily and can withstand a drop of up to 3 meters while full.
20 L HydroTote
The Glass Feeder is a simple and elegant tool to store, display, and dispense fish food such as Seachem NutriDiets™. This feeder is excellent for every aquarium type and can dispense a wide variety of dry flake and pellet foods. Makes an excellent accessory for aquascapes and reef aquaria where presentation is key!
LoadingTurn the feeder so that the opening is facing up. Press down on the spring loaded rod; the glass sphere will raise allowing you to pour your food of choice into the Feeder.
FeedingSimply press down on the spring loaded rod. The glass sphere will lower allowing food to pour out. Experiment with how much much pressure you apply to the rod in order to increase or decrease the amount of food being released.