The RoboSnail automated aquarium cleaner by AquaGenesis is one step closer to being released as the units have moved out of beta and into final production mode. To highlight this big event, AquaGenesis unveiled its website along with pricing and more details on the units. In case you don’t remember the RoboSnail, it is a robotic automated aquarium glass cleaner, kind of like a Roomba for your aquarium. The cleaner will periodically run a cleaning pattern on the aquarium and return to its docking station to recharge. Click through for an updated demonstration video of the RoboSnail.
A few new updates include an improved cleaning pattern that is capable of cleaning in-wall aquariums and rimless aquariums, extended battery life and performance, plus a simplified programming mode making it easier to get it up and running. Granted, the RoboSnail still will only work on one pane but having one clean pane automatically done for you is a great start. The RoboSnail is set to debut later this year for an MSRP of $299. AquaGenesis is currently accepting applications for distributors, if you are interested in carrying the RoboSnail visit the website to register with the company for more details and access to more information.
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