My dying cap and digi are springing back to life after installing the noops. I may have a dead goniopora coming back to life too. It might be too soon to know. I was sure the polyps were gone and done. Just a bit ago they were making a peak. I'm prayin!
I have a Beach Bum or JKR Mirage Monti that had no polyps or skin and a rainbow monti that was down to 2 polyps. Both are now about a quarter inch round with 20-30 polyps each. My spongodes had RTN but it has now tripled in size since putting it under the Noop. They're quite amazing lights.My dying cap and digi are springing back to life after installing the noops. I may have a dead goniopora coming back to life too. It might be too soon to know. I was sure the polyps were gone and done. Just a bit ago they were making a peak. I'm prayin!
Bubble gum. I want a forest fire and Boston Bean still. I have a plain red one in the 5 gallon that grew into a massive ball and then started throwing branches straight up. I've accidentally fragged it 3 times now. Super fragile.That , is it a forest fire or bubble gum digi? However, it is nice! Love the way it is growing.
These are the old Noopsyche lights. I have the K7 Pro II 90 watt. I'd really be interested in trying out the 140 watt K7 V3. I'm going to be buying the 75watt to add to the tank if nothing else.Nice build thread and you have quite a few nice corals. Everyone’s talking about these new lights. They seem to be doing really well for a lot of people. I may have to look into them for when I start my new build.
I don't know much about their bells and whistles. It's just a simple controller and one powerful light. I have been par testing since I have had it.Yeah I read up on them yesterday they have all the bells and whistles. How are the older one holding up for you tho. Seem to be doing well.