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homer1475

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Do they all fit in the case?

I thought this was a good idea because of the way @I’ma tempermental coral put her hanna stuff in it, because my cases all have the tops broken off.
I’m sorry I’m not sure what you are asking. I put my Hannas in our of their boxes.
 
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There are cheaper options
 

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I use this so much more than I though I would that I now own multiples. Hanna products are game changers for me
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Hands down a disposable 10 mL syringe. Use for sucking out flatworms, sucking out bristle worms (it really works!), target feeding reefroids, measuring vibrant, sucking aiptasia to death (very relaxing), and dosing regale supplements like alk, phos, and Calc. Second would be my icecap phone lens so I can actually take pics of my tank!! Beautiful photos with it
 

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I’d say plastic clothespins!!! Save my reef every day! I use them all the time to hold my corals/fish/inverts while they’re temp acclimating so they don’t float all over the tank, use them to clip my nem cups to the side, to clip my attachment caps onto the side I mean, a ton of uses!! The 20 pack was like $5 and it’s been the best purchase ever!
 
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DDP 24" Surgi Grade Stainless Steel Curved Tweezers
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They rust a little bit but I find them super useful.

For some reason I always prefer the angled tip tweezers over the straight tip ones even though I have both.
 

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No photo.....I use a colander when doing water changes. I hate to accidentally send a small fish down the hose! They t bought I was feeding them!

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There are cheaper options
Yah much like another poster said regarding the Neptune that’s a wadget lol not really a widget.
 

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