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Old 11-16-2013, 09:46 PM   #11
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IMO if the tanked crew used them it would make me think twice about using them. The main benefit IMO would be having the sunrise so the lights coming on won't startle the fish.

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I've got the AI Sol Blues & the Hydras. Awesome lights but the storm features are just for show as are all of the storm options on all the led lights . I never use that option but they are neat to see at first. Take away all that and still the Radions and AI are great coral supporting lights.

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