Genio Save Box, the new way to transport fish & corals, preview
A few days ago we were talking about the new way of transporting fishes and corals, the revolutionary Genio System Save Box.
We fell in love with it at the first sight, so we got in touch with the Austrian-German company Genio System, glad to send us one of its box to test.
Our Save Box is the smallest one between the three available sizes, with a capability of 1,7 litres. Its size is 11,8×10,6×15,8 cm outside and, inside, 9,9×9,8×15 cm, with a useful volume of 1,45 litres. in our opinion the right capability to transfer a unique fish or coral.
On the bottom of the box, internally, there is a rubber pad with four neoprene feet to protect the box structure from scratches, especially during a coral transfer.
This box is totally assembled with acrylic, with the top and the bottom made of opaline (it seems to be opaline…)
Here above you can appreciate an inside view, with the rubber pad for corals.
Here you can see the longest pipe: you can use it to inflate bubbles from your aerator or to add water inside.
It’s very well built, even though you can realize it’s a handmade item.
Our box costs only 29,90 euros, all in all a feasible purchase that you can use indefinitely.
In this picture you can see the neoprene pad sealing your Save Box when it’s closed. Opening or closing the box requires strength, in effect the box is a press fitting system. It can work with an external pump, avoiding detachment of the top cover.
I leave you with this video by NanoReef.de, where we can see a coral feeding inside a Genio Save Box. this is a great video, especially for macro images about coral direct feeding. enjoy!
Genio Save Boxes are available on the website: Genio Systems.