The Stream 5000 by AquaBee is a late but original arrival to the reef aquarium water flow party. It has previously crossed our mind on multiple occasions that it seemed odd for such an established powerhead/water pump maker like AquaBee had not yet come to market with a propeller water pump of their own. Now that we see the design and conceptualization that has gone into the AquaBee Stream 5000, we give AquaBee a little slack since their first propeller water pump is at least an original offering. For starters the Stream 5000 pushes 5000 liters per hour while using 12 watts of power. The Stream 5K is a 24 volt AC pump which is powered by a transformer that can supply up to four pumps. The modules that fit on top or under the Stream 5000 are either slotted to allow for more pre-filtering or solid to help stack the pumps into place. The pumps can be run as they are or with 35 or 45 degree elbows which also rotate about the nozzle of the stock water pump. The Stream 5000 was only displayed in a vertical stack but we don’t see why these couldn’t be laid horizontally in some tanks. In either orientation when these pumps are used in multiples we could see being great at making horizontal or vertical gyres. Alas at the moment we know of no distributors for these European novelties. Time will tell if price and performance warrants the AquaBee Stream 5000 to make it’s way across the pond toNorth America. Lot’s more pics after the break.