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Pacific Sun's Kore 5th Magnetic Stirrer

By Leonard Ho - Posted Nov 25, 2014 09:00 AM
Pacific Sun is on a roll lately with a lot of ingenious "why didn't anyone think of that" product launches. Their newest invention is the Kore 5th Magnetic Stirrer - a 5 station stirring platform to compliment their powerful Kore 5th doser. Never shake bottles again.
Pacific Sun's Kore 5th Magnetic Stirrer

The Kore 5th Doser (top) and Kore 5th Magnetic Stirrer (bottom)

At the start of 2014, Pacific Sun introduced a powerful and surprisingly affordable five-channel computerized dosing system, the Kore 5th Doser (read more about the Kore 5th Doser here).  At the end of this year, Pacific Sun is launching the first accessory to make an already robust doser even more so.

Many additives require stirring/shaking before dosing, making dosing systems less than optimal because no dosing system to date is able to mix sedimentation back into solution.  Pacific Sun's Kore 5th Magnetic Stirrer addresses this problem by adding magnetic stirrers for up to five bottles/containers.  The stirrers are integrated with the doser so they only activate a few seconds before dosing.  The Kore 5th Magnetic Stirrer also serves as an elegant base for the Kore 5th Doser.

The Kore 5th Doser impressed us upon its debut, and the Magnetic Stirrer really elevates this dosing system above any other on the market right now.

Pacific Sun Kore 5th Magnetic Stirrer

MSRP: 99 euro (USA pricing should be similar)
Release date: January 2015



Author: Leonard Ho
Location: Southern California

I'm a passionate aquarist of over 30 years, a coral reef lover, and the blog editor for Advanced Aquarist. While aquarium gadgets interest me, it's really livestock (especially fish), artistry of aquariums, and "method behind the madness" processes that captivate my attention.


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