Mr. Saltwater Tank Covers Marine Aquarium Expo 2013


I love saltwater aquarium trade shows because you get to see a lot of frags, fish, equipment and catch up with friends all in on place. The Marine Aquarium Expo in Orange County, CA was on my list of trade shows to visit in 2013 and here’s what I saw that caught my eye.

 

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  • poloJeff2003 says:

    First. 🙂

  • Mad Hatter's Reef says:

    That hydor smart level seems about as “snail proof” as it gets. Great coverage mark!

  • Tron says:

    Hi Mark…Do you know if they ever hold any expos like this in the Seattle area?

  • Fishoutofwater says:

    Second.

  • Mr. Microscope says:

    Cool! Thanks for sharing this Mark!

  • Barbara says:

    I wish these were like an hour long. I wanted to see more! Thanks for this though, I really enjoy your outings.

  • Matt says:

    OK that smart level is a snazzy idea and I like the sump pump backup solution as well … 😀

  • John L says:

    Hi Mark,

    Thanks for the coverage. I missed the expo this year.
    Was this the MAX back in April 2013? Or did they have another one after that? (and I missed again LOL 🙂 )

  • Winters says:

    where is the backup pump and filter available?

  • wish we had something like this in the UK.

  • Speedy says:

    Mark are you going to be returning to orange county for reefopalooza later this year?!? I hope to see you there…great video!!

  • TrulyTanked says:

    Did hydor say when the were going to release there new auto top system

  • TrulyTanked…no time frame on the Hydor top off system

  • Brendan Humphrey says:

    Haha, I saw myself and my friend standing in line. MAX was great! It was pretty cool attending your fish and tank size assembly, and even cooler chatting with you after your speech and during the raffles. Your an awesome down-to-earth guy! Hopefully I can meet you again at some other show. Thanks again for everything.

  • Bradley says:

    Is the hydor ATO for sale?

  • Bradley says:

    Never mind I see.

  • Bryan says:

    I can’t wait until the Smart Level is available for purchase. I am tired of cleaning and replacing float switches.

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