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PostSubject: Marine Land LED Hidden Lighting   Mon Oct 29, 2012 6:51 pm

So I was able to see a few differnt LED lights that came in at the Animal House and this one caught my eye.it is a rather powerfull accent light in the 460 nano meter area so the colors that are displayed by the corals are simply amazing.the other thing that i found interesting with this model over the others that were in stock were that these hidden lighting series are actualy made to put on the inside of your tank via an atachment to the trim of your aquarium.YUP completly waterproof and bright!I had the Animal house order me a 17" all blue 460nm model for myself but there are 10,000 Ks and 50/50s.here it is all excesivly wrapped with plastic as to protect the giant box maybe?
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I dont know,i am excited though. sunny
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PostSubject: Re: Marine Land LED Hidden Lighting   Mon Oct 29, 2012 6:55 pm

There we go now we can see the actual product.
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pretty sleek yeah.
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and now that it is free from its prison i must put it to work Twisted Evil
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PostSubject: Re: Marine Land LED Hidden Lighting   Mon Oct 29, 2012 6:59 pm

so i must say for those of you who do not know about the difficulty or capturing the visuals of LED lighting these zoas look pretty decent.its pretty cool as its like a magic wand i can just swish through the tank.it also has some pretty nice punch to it as it goes straight to the bottom of my 40 breeder no problem.
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i forgot to mention that these zoas look TERRIBLE under normal lighting so you can polish a turd Cool
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PostSubject: Re: Marine Land LED Hidden Lighting   Tue Oct 30, 2012 2:03 am

i also like the fact its waterproof...
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PostSubject: Re: Marine Land LED Hidden Lighting   Thu Feb 21, 2013 2:16 pm

It also has a pretty long cord with a quik disconnect attached to its switch wich I find convenient when using it like a wand.This way if\when the cord gets wrapped around or caught on something while you are getting carried away you can simply switch it off and quik disconect, it plug it back in, and start lookin at your other tanks.
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