Cobalt Aquatics Makes Quite the Splash

A lot of new products and a lot of new coral will be showcased at this years MACNA but one company is hitting the ground running with a complete line of saltwater related products before the event even gets started. From foods to canister filters Cobalt Aquatics has been slowly leaking products and product info over the past couple of months with each leak wetting the pallet of many aquarists. Now a distribution schedule has finally come to fruition: Shipping from Cobalt week of April 1st
- Discus “Hans” Flake
- Mysis Flake
- Mysis Spirulina Flake Shipping from Cobalt week of April 8th
- Neo-Therm 150 watt Heater
- Neo-Therm 200 watt Heater
- Neo-Stat 300 watt Temperature Controller
- Neo-Therm Heater working “POP” display Shipping from Cobalt week of April 29th
- Discus “Hans” Pellet
- Mysis Pellet
- Mysis Spirulina Pellet
- Marine Vegi Flake and Pellet Food
- Marine Omni Flake and Pellet Food Shipping from Cobalt week of June 1st
- E-X-T Canister Filter (and media)
- E-X-T inline Pump
- Oxy-Pro Air Pump
- Neo-Flow DC Circulating Pump
- Duo-Filter LED-UV (and media)
- Micro-UV 3w  The Cobalt Aquatics Vision Statement: On April 26th, 2011 Viral Surati, Randy Parham and Les Wilson set off for the adventure of a lifetime. The three hardcore fishgeeks set off to create an aquatics company of their own. Based in the values instilled in them by mentors of company’s past and lessons learned from a lifetime of fish keeping, Cobalt Aquatics and it sister brand Cobalt Pond were formed. Starting with a line of koi food proudly made in the USA and Equipment made in Italy, Cobalt Aquatics will always strive to bring the highest quality products to market. Check them out here!

Matthew Stansbery

About Matthew Stansbery

With 12+ years of experience, from import to export and everything in between, I have the pleasure of calling this hobby my own.
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