Win a Majano Wand & Destroy Pest Anemones

Whether you currently have a pest anemone problem or want to be prepared to thwart an infestation in the future, you need to have a Majano Wand in your arsenal. So we’re giving one away to a lucky winner ($115 retail value)!

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The Majano Wand is a reef-safe solution that emits electricity in order to produce hydrogen gas. When a majano or Aiptasia anemone is touched with the stainless steel tip on the wand, the water in the cells of the pest anemone turn to hydrogen gas. Since these pest anemones are mostly water, this rapid change essentially causes them to disintegrate. You can learn more about the Majano Wand on their website.

To enter, answer the following question in the comments below (be sure to include your email in the email field while commenting):

Have you ever dealt with pest anemones? If so, how did you rid your aquarium of the infestation?

This contest ended on 4/27/2014 at which point comments were disabled. Congrats to the winner, Justin Spencer!

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About "Caribbean Chris" Aldrich

"Caribbean Chris" Aldrich is co-founder and Director of Saltwater Smarts, an avid SCUBA diver, and contributor to a live rock mariculture project in the Florida Keys. He has been an aquarium hobbyist for 20 years and his current aquarium is a 127-gallon Carib reef biotope.

Comments

  1. Mike Johnson says:

    About a year ago my 8 year old Maroon Clown killed my Raccoon Butterfly. Since then the aiptasia have taken over the tank. I’m actually thinking about taking it down, but I don’t think the now 9 year old fish will be compatible in any of the other tanks, especially the MEAN Maroon Clown. I could really use the Majano Wand.

  2. Andrew Darcy says:

    I have used Aptasia X (i.e.purple coloured goo that you put in a syringe and squirt onto aptasia) in the past to remove unwanted pest anemones.