The new aFan from Aqualighter is an enhanced version of the company original tiny clip on aquarium fan. Evaporation is one of the most useful phenomenon that aquarists can use to help keep their tanks cool, especially small aquariums with tiny volumes that don’t hold a lot of thermal inertia.
The original aFan from Aqualighter is an aquarium suitable tiny fan with an outlet pointed at the water surface to help increase evaporation. But the new Aqualighter aFan has a built in temperature sensor and a tiny thermostat to help users program the fan to come on only once the aquarium water has reached a certain temperature.
This kind of streamlining and optimizing of features is what makes Aqualighter really great at what it does, and that’s building tiny aquarium accessories with thoughtful touches. The Aqualighter aFan is expected to retail somewhere in the neighborhood of 25€ depending on where you live and we think this will be an incredibly useful device for small aquariums that tend to run on the warm side, especially in the warmer seasons.