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Reddit mentions of Finnex FugeRay Planted+ Aquarium LED Light Plus Moonlights, 24-Inch

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Reddit mentions: 6

We found 6 Reddit mentions of Finnex FugeRay Planted+ Aquarium LED Light Plus Moonlights, 24-Inch. Here are the top ones.

Finnex FugeRay Planted+ Aquarium LED Light Plus Moonlights, 24-Inch
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24" Unibody Ultra Slim High Output Planted LEDTRUE 660nm intensive photosynthesis RED LEDs(88) 7000k + (48) 660nm RED + (8) Blue Moonlights17. 8 Total Watts
Height1 Inches
Length24 Inches
Number of items1
Size24 Inch
Weight1.75 Pounds
Width2.75 Inches

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Found 6 comments on Finnex FugeRay Planted+ Aquarium LED Light Plus Moonlights, 24-Inch:

u/musicorchard · 3 pointsr/shrimptank

/u/plowz is correct! I had the night light on to reduce stress. Except for taking the picture it was the only light in the room and at night it's a pretty neat ambience.

I have two 24" finnex fugeray planted+ on the tank and the plants have been loving it. https://www.amazon.com/Finnex-FugeRay-Planted-Aquarium-Moonlights/dp/B00GH9HSI0/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?keywords=fugeray+planted&qid=1568898812&sr=8-1 It has the normal daylight LEDs and the blue night time mode. Unlike the 24/7 planted+, you can't customize the LED lights but I run mine on a timer without an issue.

u/izmar · 2 pointsr/PlantedTank

Edit: Bonus transition GIF

This is a one month progress photo of my 20H. The before photo is a few days after setting up the Finnex Planted+. The after photo is 30 days of growth, with Seachem ferts being added 2-weeks in to the month (Flourish, Excel, Trace, Iron). You may have noticed in the photos that I was forced to cut down the tall hygrophilia-like plant in the back that can be seen in the first photo. It quickly became infested with GSA. I've since replanted the surviving stocks behind the hygrophilia on the left side. As you can also tell, the dwarf lilies have exploded! They've quadrupled in size this past month. The reds are also becoming more apparent in the lilies, ludwigia, and the elodea.


u/TheShadyMilkman206 · 1 pointr/bettafish

I got you. I would skip over the Nicrew all together and just opt for something more expensive that will get the job done but is still in your price range. I have had the Nicrew, lights in between the Nicrew and what I am about to recommend, and then the lights I am recommending are now on all my tanks. There is SIGNIFICANT difference in plant growth even in my suuuuper low-tech tanks.

  • Light: Finnex Fugeray Planted+

    The main reason I suggest these lights is they contain true 660nm Red LED lights which are crucial to plant photosynthesis. Without this specific red spectrum most plants have significant difficulty utilizing the light, no matter how strong it is. Here is a picture of one of my tanks running this light: https://i.imgur.com/hYhcp9Z.jpg

  • Wall timer: Best ones hands down in my humble opinion: Century 7 Day Programmable Wall Timer

    These are freaking awesome. Extremely easy to use, High level of customization, and 2 outlets on each timer. I can't recommend them enough.
u/roalgi · 1 pointr/Aquariums

Currently have a flourescent light bulb tank light from my marineland all in one 29g bf kit that's about 9 years old, currently fishless cycling a 46g bf tank, and am currently proving to myself (and my girlfriend, so help me out here) that i can keep fish alive for a long time (she had bad experiences when she was little and her fish would always die, and 7-9 years ago i didnt do my research and knew nothing of the nitrate cycle).

Currently have a slightly overstocked goldfish tank in the 29g, and will be giving a few fish away here shortly and spacing them out into the 46g also. But in terms of energy saving, i wanna get rid of my flourescent bulb tank light, and the new 46g doesnt have a tank light.

So far i think it's either going to be this Fluval or this Current USA or this Finnex 24/7
or this Finnex too

A little more background, the old 29g is in need of a facelift, it's got the blue gravel from 9 years ago and some sun/flourescent light bulb and quite possibly bleached/vinegar'd decorations (im not sure how my father cleaned the tank in my absence after i moved out of his home and went to school) however the decorations look terrible like all the color on alot of surfaces is gone and they are starting to look white.

I wanna do a planted tank, been reading up on substrates, and would love to do sand, but then i also see that sand can't hold certain plants well and you need some other substrate to assist.

In terms of actual species of plants, im lost. There's so many to pick from. I wanna probably do some sort of carpetting plant and then some vertical ones too obviously, and the tank in dire need of a facelift, ill probably go towards driftwood and stones or possibly go out and buy another fake deco from petsmart (not that i really want to, id love a more natural scape if i can).

I have a rubber lip pleco that will be transfering to the 46g when it's finished cycling and a clown pleco that will be staying in the 29g, my goal is to do a tropical tank of some sort. I keep trying to get the girlfriend involved in picking out fish, but so far she's a sucker for the neon colored ones, which are fine.

TLDR - need help deciding between one of the two lights for both of my tanks, im lost and slightly nervous of putting plants in my tanks, there's a lot to pick from and afraid of not doing a good enough job and killing them off as soon as i put them in the tank, also have an empty cavass in the 46g and the 29g needs a facelift as well. Help!

~Much love, thanks for your patience in reading this all, i appreciate any and all suggestions/links/directions you can offer :)

EDIT: Found a Finnex LED light, and added it to see what you guys think, the reviews/warranty is slightly unnerving, also found a 2nd Finnex light