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  1. For fun, because I am genuinely curious and maybe to inspire @Cory, what's your dream aquarium product that doesn’t exist? One that just occurred to me is a quick test strip for Ammonia. The one thing I do worry most about is an Ammonia spike due to an irregularity (dead fish etc) that I might not notice right away. My issue is my aquariums have to be negligent resistant because I have three young kids and pre-virus traveled for work a lot. So regular water changes can be spotty. I've tried those in tank circle ones but they always expire before doing anything (which is good I guess) and I am never going back to test tube drop testing. I burnt out on that years ago. Let's hear about your non-existent dream product! (desktop aquarium added for post thumbnail)
  2. I find that on hobbyist forums, often interests are similar outside of the hobby. This thread is for items you've bought that exceed expectations or fully satisfy what you were looking for. This isn't just tech stuff, could be fast food, gardening equipment, anything really. My first would be the google mesh network pods. These were a game changer to me over 2 years ago when I installed them. Even just 1 pod outperformed the $700 router I was using in my studio. Now I have them in my studio, my house, the retail store and my warehouse and only have happy things to say about them. I ordered some of the new pods to test them out but so far only recommend the older generation. https://smile.amazon.com/Google-WiFi-system-3-Pack-replacement/dp/B01MAW2294/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=google+pod&qid=1599499889&sr=8-4
  3. One of my other hobbies is drafting and 3D printing functional widgets. After expanding the number of aquariums in my possession, I decided to design something to help with water testing. More specifically, tanks that do not have storage or flat surfaces nearby to place the API testing kit. Below is the current design. I was doing it for me, but after showing two other people on a local Facebook group, I got a few orders. So here I am, trying to develop a product. I love my job, so this endeavor is more for my entertainment. I was hoping this group could provide suggestions to make the product better. I think it has some cool features. The test tube holder can be moved around on the aquarium using suction cups and a swing arm located on the back. The swing arm is transferable to either side. It can fold inward to reduce the profile when not in use. I made the test tube and cap holders hollow to assist in drying. The syringe holder can move to either side. I added a solutions caddy to keep the entire kit on the side of my stand-alone aquariums. The solutions tray can be removed from the mount on the tank's side if you want to store it or add a basket for supplies. That is version 4.125612 and where ten rolls of filament lead the design. I would love to hear your thoughts or recommendations. Full disclosure; Yes, I am selling it. It's on eBay and Etsy. Yes, I started a provisional patent. However, my goal is to make a product that will benefit the community. If you have any suggestions or guidance (my first business venture), I would be grateful. Some of my other creations: Extension for a Fluval 3.0 Die to make PVC pipes square for finial attachment (Halloween decoration). Soap holder.
  4. For various reasons, I keep a lot of boxes from products that I bought, especially aquarium, technology, and media gear. I'm somewhat minimal, but my closet is 1/4 empty boxes. I also have boxes of used gear that I have held onto. I need to thin things out. What strategies do you use to decide what to keep?
  5. Assuming the connection is worth using, I could really use the ability to try out that connection for two boxes on a side project this winter. Is that something that will be available through the coop in the future ?
  6. Are there any products you wish were available in your country that you wish you could get your hands on? This is one of mine. JBL makes a quick connect coupling for cannister filter hoses. It's not available in the United States. It gets tiring to drain hoses every time you need to service a cannister filter.
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