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"Julian's Thing" is a device that serves a multitude of uses

By Johnathan Carvallo - Posted Sep 17, 2011 07:00 AM
"Julian's Thing", a new Two Little Fishies product revealed at MACNA, is a cleverly thought-out coral feeding device that also doubles as a liquid applicator. Despite the comical name, it's an affordable aquarium product that serves multitude of uses for aquarists.
"Julian's Thing" is a device that serves a multitude of uses

Julian's Thing is a multipurpose maintenance tool that every aquarist could find a use for.

So what is it?  It's a high-quality syringe featuring a thumb and finger(s) grip for contoured control, even with wet, slippery hands. The syringe is connected to an elongated plastic tube via a black rubber hose, allowing you to reach deep into the aquarium with ease.

What can you use it for? A TON of things. A few uses include coral feeding (especially useful for NPS tanks), pest control via liquid eradication, or even removing fine algae-buildup on the sandbed. The best part? It's expected to retail in the neighborhood of $30-40, making it an affordable tool for a wide range of regular aquarium maintenance. Keep an eye out at your TLF-authorized LFS and online retailers for Julian's Thing in the coming months.

Author: Johnathan Carvallo
Location: Northeast

Johnathan is a proud marine hobbyist who spent many years working in a local fish store while managing an online coral site. He enjoys all facets of the marine aquarium industry, but especially loves the technological side and is constantly working on improving and advancing it. He currently maintains a 34 gallon nano aquarium as as well as a coral propagation system. Jon is currently an employee at EcoTech Marine, owner of the up and coming and a staff blogger here at Advanced Aquarist.


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