For those of you with a a few extra bucks lying around and looking to play like a dolphin, the Seabreacher might just be for you. Although it does look like some sort of futuristic submarine, the Seabreacher is positive buoyant but does have a waterproof cabin allowing you to make short dives and roll around without capsizing or sinking. These things definitely do look fun and you can always get a custom paint job to mimic a killer whale or maybe even a Lennardi wrasse.
For those of you looking for some super sticky coral glue but want a smaller quantity, the EcoTech Marine Elements Coral Glue is now available in a 75ml version retailing for $19.95. We found this to be a good, high-quality glue for more intensive projects where the regular super glue tubes just won’t cut it. Definitely worth having around if you are doing some serious propagating, fragging or other reefing tasks and you need a go-to glue to get you through.
Budget TV manufacturer Vizio was able to help push the HDTV market to the mainstream by creating quality TVs at a decent price helping to bring down the costs of HDTVs and help create a strong following for the US manufacturer. Recently the company announced plans to get into the LED lightbulb market. While these bulbs aren’t anything new, per se, having the backing of a company like Vizio should help energize the market for LED lighting in the home. Of course as mainstream pricing drops, then all our fancy blue and white reefing lights should come down in cost too. [via Engadget]
Finally, the highly anticipated book “The Coral Reef Aquarium” by Tony Vargas just had its final cover released and our very own Jake Adams had his photographic skills brought front and center with a gorgeous picture of a wonderful Symphyllia wilsoni shot in Steve Hurlock’s 1,200-gallon reef. Always some great shots coming out of the Rocky Mountain Reef Tank. [via Reefs]