straight shears

Ideal when trimming larger leaves and stems near the surface of the water where a shallow angle remains effective.


curved shears

Ideal when trimming leaves and stems closer to the aquarium bed where the steep angle is mitigated by the curve of the shears


double curved shears

Ideal when trimming leaves and stems closer to the aquarium bed where the steep angle is mitigated by the curve of the shears


foreground shears New

Especially well suited for trimming ground cover which can be very difficult with traditional shears


crescent coral cutters

Ideal for fragging or otherwise trimming corals as necessary to maintain spacing, shape and overall design of a reef


coral cutters

Ideal for fragging or otherwise trimming corals as necessary to maintain spacing, shape and overall design of a reef.


straight spring shears

Ideal when trimming smaller leaves and stems such as grasses closer to the aquarium bed. In marine and reef aquaria these work very well in trimming soft coral with ease to maintain shape, spacing or to produce frags.


curved spring shears

Ideal when trimming smaller leaves and stems such as grasses closer to the aquarium bed. In marine and reef aquaria these work very well in trimming soft coral with ease to maintain shape, spacing or to produce frags.


40 mm scalpel

Ideal for fragging or propagation in reef or planted aquaria. It is an excellent aid in necropsy as well.


20 mm scalpel

Ideal for fragging or propagation in reef or planted aquaria. It is an excellent aid in necropsy as well.


straight forceps

Preferable when planting in gravel substrate (as opposed to sand). In marine and reef systems these forceps work well in placing or retrieving coral frags or colonies.


curved forceps

Preferable when planting in gravel substrate (as opposed to sand) and when planting in corners or around rocks and driftwood.


straight fine tip forceps

Ideal for planting and maintaining aquatic plants, particularly plants with small or delicate stems. They are also preferable when planting in fine or sandy substrate


curved fine tip forceps

Preferable when planting in fine or sandy substrate and when planting in corners or around rocks and driftwood


wide grasp forceps

Specifically designed to handle large bunches of plants or to allow for a better grip on irregularly shaped frags


double curved forceps

Ideal for planting in corners or around rocks and driftwood


45° forceps

Ideal for planting in corners or around rocks and driftwood


pad New

The extremely durable scrubber pad for glass and acrylic


picks

Ideal for picking away pests or parasites from plants, driftwood, rock and reef structures. They are excellent aids in necropsy as well.


soil spade

Ideal for smoothing out and turning over substrate.
It can be especially useful in working with substrates that are light or very loose in consistency.