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Sea Swirl

Feature(s):

  • Oscillates the return from your existing pump or canister filter 90 degrees every 60 secs.
  • Operates with any pressure.
  • Improved circulation - stimulates growth and carries nutrients to corals and plants.
  • Eliminates use of powerheads
  • Sits on top frame of tank - built in bracket to fit all aquariums.
  • Compact (5" x 7" x 2½")
  • Energy efficient (4W) motor is UL Listed and CSA Certified
  • Max Flow Rate: 550 gph
Learn more on the MarineDepot Blog: Sea Swirl: Q&A with Ed Schleinkofer


Manufacturer Info

Sea Swirl Aquarium Supplies
The Sea Swirl, a popular aquarium wavemaking device, was developed by Aquarium Currents Manufacturing Inc. in Georgetown, SC. The company evolved from an earlier retail store called Tropical & Marine Paradise in Stroudsburg, PA. For 15 years, the masterminds behind the Sea Swirl worked with thousands of aquarium hobbyists on hundreds of different applications. Over time, they saw many products come and go; some worked, some didn’t. This inspired them to apply their years of experience and interaction with hobbyists to create only the finest, most productive aquarium products. The makers of the Sea Swirl promise it is only the beginning in a long line of groundbreaking aquarium supplies.

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“Sea Swirl review”
4.0

I have been using the see swirl ever since they were first manufactured, and in fact and I know the guy also who created it. The only reason I gave it four stars instead of five has to do entirely with the unprofessionally printed instructions. After I guess around 30 years the manufacturer ought to...Read More

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“As promised”
5.0

I bought the 3/4 inch sea swirl for my return on my 120gal about 4 months ago. It's was pretty intimidating when you open the box and stickys on the unit and warnings all in the instructions saying "if you do this the warranty is void".."if you do that the warranty is void". BUT ...Read More

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“A Must Have!”
5.0

We use a 3/4 Sea Swirl in tandem with an Echotech MP w40 on our 90 gl reef tank. The new Sea Swirl we just purchased replaces a unit we bought used that was a couple of years old. We find that the Sea Swirl works extremely well when located on the opposite end of aquarium from the MP w40. In fac...Read More

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“unique flow”
4.0

Ive had the 1/2" for 4 yrs now, still working well. Initially I had 2 on a 75 gallon SPS reef splitting a 1000pgh pump, with loc-lines and inductors on each end. The sweeping action is abosultely unique among wavemakers (except the zoomed power sweep pump, which is junk). I recently installed t...Read More

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“Would buy again”
4.0

Pros: Corals really like this, am using on a 90g and my tank is looking much better. Easy to install. Good quality construction, very quiet. Will be purchasing a second one. Cons: Kind of wide for a narrow tank (48x18x26). I had to push my t5 fixture back a little to allow room for this. I w...Read More

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“great product”
5.0

easy to hook up. really makes some nice turbulance as it crosses path with a powerhead that is perpendicular to it. the outflow when straight out is high enough that when power goes out it doesnt let large amounts of water to siphon without drilling a siphon break hole (which you can do if needed). ...Read More

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“Swirl This”
2.0

While this product works great,its design is really flawed. Its overpriced to begin with. Next, it can't get wet, so you're scared its going to electrocute you if it falls in. To top that you can't keep your lid on while its in operation. BTW where are the o-clamps they deem neccessary, maybe they ...Read More

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