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Old 04-20-2014, 02:43 PM   #1
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Bubble strips w/o led lights

I want some bubble strips without the led lights, anybody seen any of these critters?

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Old 04-20-2014, 03:03 PM   #2
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Bubble strips w/o led lights

Lol, totally read that wrong. They do make just bubble strips. There usually long cylinders like 1/4" thick. You can use the LED ones, and just not plug in the lights as well.
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I appreciate your help, I was searching for bubble strip when the right search words were bubble wand, adding the top fin did the trick.

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Why do they have lights in these things, does it affect the color of the bubbles? Or is to simulate alien spaceships rising from the depths.
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Just for lighting effect, it's for the people not the fish lol

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I was in Petco today and I found a hard plastic strip which looked like it had a sponge material in the center. I would image this variety has a million tiny bubbles compared to the wands I found on the net which consist of a weighted tubes in varying lengths. I would think these bubbles would be larger and spaced apart.

Does this sound right?
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The rubber strip ones aren't that great iv found that the wands are a bit better
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