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Posts: 10,336
Registered: February 2008

 

Red Sea Wavemaster Pro
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1 3285 Fri April 17, 2009
Recommended By Average Price Average Rating
100% of reviewers None indicated 8.0

 

Description:
The WaveMaster Pro provides outlets for up to 4 powerheads. The system also has the ability to handle 3 powerheads and the main pump. A switch on the back of the unit is used to set to 4 powerheads or Mainpump. When the Main pump setting is selected, the main pump is always on and the other three outlets are switched of and on via a pre-programed order. Pumps 1 and 3 are alternated to allow for the wave motion in the tank. Night cycle and feeding cycles are also available. The night cycle lasts exactly 8 hours and engages the same time every day beginning with the time it is first engaged. The Feeding cycle turns off all powerheads for 20 minutes to give corals and fish the chance to use all the food.
There are 8 possible settings for the actual wave motion. 4 settings that range from slow rolling to rapid surge can be selected with the 4th setting being a combination. These 4 settings can be set for either Reef, or Marine (Fish Only)
Easy to install, simply plug in your powerheads (and Main Pump if desired) and switch the unit on. Creates a nice wave effect for your corals and provides a pleasing visual display for viewers.
Keywords: Wavemaker, Red Sea

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ILuvMyGoldBarb

Marine Tank Addict

Registered: February 2008
Posts: 10336
Review Date: Mon November 17, 2008 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 8 

 
Positive aspects of the product (pros): Compact, Easy to use.
Cons: Cannot customize wave settings

 
This isn't a bad Wavemaker for the reefer on a budget. It is definitely not one of the top Wavemakers available but it does alternate the powerheads nicely and does create a visually pleasing effect.

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