Fluval marine reef 2.0

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Is the fluval marine reef 2.0 good enough for a fish only (no coral) set up I'm considering this unit as you can control it threw your phone with the fluval smart app? Cheers guys any advise

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Yes. Fish don't need a full spectrum light.  It's mainly about looks for fish only.
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Yes. Fish don't need a full spectrum light.  It's mainly about looks for fish only.
Thanks HK_Fuey it might of seemed a daft question but just wanted to make sure

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Thanks HK_Fuey it might of seemed a daft question but just wanted to make sure

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Hi Mate,

I think I have the first Fluval Sea Light Bar presumably 1.0... unfortunately doesn’t have Bluetooth, and have to manually switch to moon light.. although I think the Moonlight blue is a little too dark, other than that it has been reliable I recently thought it was on its way out, but turned out I was getting a shock from an old wave maker, removed and all good!!

Anyway long story short... I could be wrong but I think the Fluval Sea 2.0 may need a separate WiFi adapter.. I think the 3.0 maybe completely built in..

Fluval Sea light is perfect for my tank I keep fish and my softies thrive under it!


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Hi Mate,

I think I have the first Fluval Sea Light Bar presumably 1.0... unfortunately doesn’t have Bluetooth, and have to manually switch to moon light.. although I think the Moonlight blue is a little too dark, other than that it has been reliable I recently thought it was on its way out, but turned out I was getting a shock from an old wave maker, removed and all good!!

Anyway long story short... I could be wrong but I think the Fluval Sea 2.0 may need a separate WiFi adapter.. I think the 3.0 maybe completely built in..

Fluval Sea light is perfect for my tank I keep fish and my softies thrive under it!


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Blimey,  what wavemaker was that?!

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Was an old bog standard one can’t remember make probably about £10-£15 new... done a good job, but recently started getting random shocks when I touched water, nothing excessive but obviously not good electric and water!!

Could only describe it as salt getting into a cut, I think cracked heaters are notorious for it!!


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No question is daft ,you want to know,you ask us ,we are happy to help
Thanks carol

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