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Oceanlife Test Calcio


Oggi parliamo del test del Calcio di Oceanlife.

Oceanlife test kit calcio

Come potete vedere dalla foto il test è composto da una scatola di generose dimensioni che contiene il cartoncino pieghevole con le spiegazioni del test, una provetta in vetro, una boccetta contenente il reagente liquido denominata CA1, un flacone contenente il reagente in polvere CA2 ed una ulteriore boccetta contenente il reagente liquido CA3, due siringhe,  una da 5ml ed una da 1 ml.

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Oceanlife Test Nitrati NO3


Come già annunciato sto lavorando a fondo sui nuovi test kit di Oceanlife. Oggi vi presento l’Aqua Test Nitrates NO3.

Oceanlife test kit nitrati no3

Come potete vedere dalla foto il test è composto da una scatola di generose dimensioni che contiene il cartoncino pieghevole con i tanti colori di riferimento, una provetta in vetro, una boccetta contenente il reagente liquido denominata NO3 2, un contenitore per reagente in polvere denominato NO3 1, una siringa ed un misurino.

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Oceanlife Test Nitriti NO2


Come annunciato la settimana scorsa sto lavorando a fondo sui nuovi test kit di Oceanlife. Oggi vi presento l’Aqua Test Nitrites NO2.

Oceanlife test kit nitriti no2

Come potete vedere dalla foto il test è composto da una scatola di generose dimensioni che contiene il cartoncino pieghevole con i colori di riferimento, una provetta in vetro, una boccetta contenente il reagente denominata NO2 ed una siringa.

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Andrea’s Negusanti Marine Aquarium, tank of the month


Here we are to introduce and comment one of the most beautiful reef tanks I’ve ever seen. Most of all, we’d like to admire the skill of Andrea Negusanti, aka AndreaNegu, who was able to have as many as two of his tanks awarded as “tank of the month”. We’re also proud to have Andrea as the centerpiece of our pizza-and-aquarium-lovers group “MagnaRomagna“.

Andrea’s tank was tailored in order to fit into his home environment and is based on a custom Elos tank (125x70x55) entirely made in extra clear glass 15 mm thick. The tank’s gross capacity is 480 liters, which is also the system’s overall capacity, also considering sump volumes.

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Oceanlife declared Zeus out of the game


We learn in these last weeks ​​Oceanlife has made his Zeus discontinuous, one of the most beautiful and useful object for our aquariums.

Zeus, of which you can read a thorough review by clicking on the name, is a UPS (uninterruptible power supply) developed specifically to aquarium use, with an incredible value for money and enormous time of back up, especially if compared to the prices of UPS of the same backup time.

On learning the news with great sorrow, we immediately contacted Oceanlife who admitted the withdrawal of Zeus due to problems with distribution, in practice many of Zeus shipped arrives broken due to the care with which they were treated by couriers, making important shipping by pallet, which, but this trick were never repeated by dealers because of high costs, with the result that Zeus came to the store intact but not the end user.

We were reassured, however, saying that they are working on a new version “Zeus 2.0” which will be less susceptible to shipments and with exciting new features.

We just have to wait!