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Marine Tank Addict
Posts: 10,337
Registered: February 2008


Kent Marine Sea Squirt
Reviews Views Date of last review
1 2877 Thu December 25, 2008
Recommended By Average Price Average Rating
100% of reviewers None indicated 10.0


The Sea Squirt is a feeding tool that extends to 35" long. This tool allows for easy delivery of liquid foods or foods in suspension to corals and anemones. The retractable prong on the end also allows for easy delivery of meaty foods to anemones and predatory fish like lions and moray eels.
Keywords: Feeding, Kent, Sea Squirt

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Marine Tank Addict

Registered: February 2008
Posts: 10337
Review Date: Thu December 25, 2008 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 10 

Positive aspects of the product (pros): Easy to use, length makes it practical for large tanks
Cons: feeding prong could break easily if misused

This product is wonderful and is a valuable tool for anyone with a reef tank. While you can use a turkey baster, this tool allows for much more accurate delivery and it keeps the hobbyist from having to reach into the tank and introducing oils and other possible contaminants on their arm. Makes feeding corals and anemones very easy. I highly recommend this product for any reef hobbyist.

Just as a further note, this tool could also be very useful in the spot treatment of BBA in FW tanks.

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