Seapora Calcium Reactor

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  1. ashburn2k

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    Never heard of the brand, but going by the axiom "You get what you pay for" that is a really cheap price for a supposed "large" reactor. Looking there are lots of other "Seapora" brand products, maybe they're rebranded stuff? Maybe they're new and trying to get in a foothold as to what is pretty much a backroom handshake type of thing?
     
  3. ashburn2k

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    well.. it's odd to see cheap stuff uses SICCE pumps..
     
  4. xcaret

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    Are you in the market for a Calcium Reactor?
     
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    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

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    Well just because it has a Sicce pump doesn't mean that it's high end, I think Sicce pumps are in eShopps stuff don't get me wrong I'm not saying they're Jebao level of cheap it's just they're not exactly the highest end of equipment or anything.
     
  6. ashburn2k

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    yeah, the replacement doesnt work well for me :/ shopping around for a big Carx. what do you have?
     
  7. Ibn

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    They're basically knockoffs of the Aquamaxx units. I've been running one for awhile now.
     
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    It looks like a Bubble Magus thing, even the label has resemblance to the BM
     
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    Jns makes aquamaxx equipment too if I remember right.


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  10. Ibn

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    That's what some of the long time reefers are saying. JNS makes Aquamaxx equipment and the Seapora is one of the prototypes.
     

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