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post #1 of 63 (permalink) Old 11-30-2011, 03:25 PM Thread Starter
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Gush Aquaware

Imported Gush Aqua gadgets for planted tanks.

Gush makes some of the nicest glass accessories available. Click on the pics below for a larger image. Want to see more pics or need more info on anything? Just let me know.

Shipping is $8.00 for orders under $50.00. Any order above $50.00 ships free. Shipping can be combined with any other products we offer.



Check Valve: Beautiful glass check valve with a blue bead. Very nice quality.
$22.00


Bubble Counter Ball: Glass ball shaped bubble counter. The back is flat so that it will sit nicely against the side of your tank. Gush logo.
$22.00


Crystal Pod: Glass planter for shrimp tanks. Can also be used as a feeding dish. Sticks to the side of the aquarium with suction cups (and actually stays there!).
$30.00


Stainless Steel Filter Guards: Stainless steel filter guards with a rubber stopper at the top for a tight fit. Shrimp and fry safe. Fits 13mm hoses or 17mm hoses.
13mm: $14 17mm:$16


Feed Tray: NEW DESIGN Glass feeding trays to help keep your substrate clean by preventing bits of shrimp food from settling into the soil. 70mm diameter, 15mm height.
$13.00


Orb Indicator: Very nice glass Co2 indicator. Ball shaped with "Gush" logo on the side. Small sized and attractive.
$22.00


Catch Pen: Beautiful glass trap for removing seed shrimp and planaria without disturbing your substrate or other residents of the tank.
SOLD OUT-I'm told this is being redesigned. No ETA as of now.


Jay Thermometer: Stylish, all glass thermometer for rimless tanks. Blue indicator with a white background. Available for glass up to 6mm thick or up to 8mm thick.
$13.00


CO2 Belle Finally an attractive diffusion solution for DIY CO2 users. Works with any "low pressure/low flow" CO2 system. CO2 collects in the bell and slowly diffuses into the water. Works best when placed in areas of the tank that get moderate water movement.
$20.00


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post #2 of 63 (permalink) Old 12-12-2011, 08:09 PM
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really would like to see more on the catch pen/trap..any addit. info appreciated..
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really would like to see more on the catch pen/trap..any addit. info appreciated..

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The Catch Pen is a glass trap with a tunneled opening on one side. Stick some of your pests' favorite foods inside and place it with the opening towards the substrate. Seed shrimp and planaria go inside to get the food and get stuck. Pop the top and empty them out. It functions pretty much like an industrial crab trap, except small, glass, and pretty.

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what would you suggest as some bait for seed shrimp and planaria??? curious..
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what would you suggest as some bait for seed shrimp and planaria??? curious..
A few bits of fish food or shrimp food should work. They probably already have a taste for whatever food you are using.
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That trap looks interesting. I'm really liking the crystal pod and the feeding dish though. May have to pick those up next week as my holiday gift to me!

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How big is that trap. Can you put a pic with something next to it. Thanks

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How big is that trap. Can you put a pic with something next to it. Thanks
I don't have any comparison pics handy, but the trap is about 3.75" long and just less than an inch in diameter. They pretty much fit anywhere.
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Would it work with small mts?
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They would have to be pretty small MTS. The opening into the trap is just barely large enough for a good sized seed shrimp.
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Love the Gush line...Hate logos on products.

Not a fan of the "NASCAR" look tank.
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I'm fascinated with the "catch pen" as well. If I do decide to buy it, I'll let you know
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Love the Gush line...Hate logos on products.

Not a fan of the "NASCAR" look tank.
I have the Orb indicator and the logo was very easy to remove, i scraped it off with my nail (i also hate logos on visual products) its only screen printed on

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I have the Orb indicator and the logo was very easy to remove, i scraped it off with my nail (i also hate logos on visual products) its only screen printed on
Yup, I removed the logo from my Crystal Pod without any trouble at all. I'm not sure about all the products, but at least those 2 have very removeable logos.
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I have to say the orb indicator is near perfect in size, if only the central glass stalk was frosted like the neck of the catch pen then i'm sure it would sell off the shelf very very quickly.
Now where did i put that dremel and burr grinder?

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