JBL Nano-Floaty
Floating mini glass cleaning magnet for nano aquariums

  • Comfortable and effective cleaning of aquariums with acrylic and glass panes up to max. 4 mm thickness: glass cleaning magnet with floating internal element
  • Easy to use: Lay the internal element onto the water at the edge of the aquarium tank, pull the internal part with the help of the external element. Direct the magnet from outside. Clean glass pane with circular movements
  • Comfortable to hold: protruding cleaning edge makes hard-to-reach places accessible (e.g. behind technical equipment), reach into corners without getting your hands wet
  • Patented edge protection: bevelled edges protect silicone seals of the aquarium, swimming internal element: no scratches caused by trapped gravel stones from the aquarium bottom
  • Package contents: 1 floating glass cleaning magnet
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Product information

Easy to use
Separate the swimming internal element from the external element and lay it on the water next to the aquarium pane. Hold external element close to the aquarium pane to attract the swimming part. Move the magnet from the outside with light circular movements over the aquarium pane surface.

Convenient to use
A protruding cleaning edge even allows access into hard-to-reach spots, such as behind technical aquarium devices. Reaches into corners easily without you getting your hands wet.

Gentle on the aquarium
The edge protection, patented by JBL, protects the silicone seams with the help of angled edges. The swimming internal element can’t fall into the gravel, causing trapped gravel stones to scratch the pane. There is no need to “fish around” in the aquarium any more if the inner part becomes detached from the magnet.

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JBL Nano-Floaty

Art. no.:
6141900
EAN Code:
4014162614193
For glass:
4 mm
Volume packaging:
0.54 l
Gross weight:
54 g
Net weight:
44 g
Weight factor:
1000
Packaging dimensions (l/h/w):
40/140/96 mm

Properties

Animal species: Arowana, Artemia, Axolotl, Barbels, Bettas, Bichirs/reedfish, Blowfish, Catfish, Cichlids (South America), Corals, Crayfish, Danions, Discus, Dwarf shrimps, Flowerhorn, Gobies, Goldfish, Gouramis, Guppy, Juvenile fish, Killifish, Livebearers, Loaches, Mussels, Panchaxes, Rainbowfish, Snails, Spiny eels, Tetra, Veiltails, freshwater butterflyfish
Animal size: For all animal sizes
Animal age group: All aquarium fish
Volume habitat: 4mm
Material: neodymium, metal (steel), plastic (ABS)
Colour: black

Electronic label / illuminant

Mercury: No
Dimmable: No
FAQ
Are the algae magnets also suitable for curved aquarium panes?

With curved panes, an algae magnet, such as the JBL FLOATY, cannot fully lie on the surface to clean the soiled areas effectively and powerfully. Only the edges of the FLOATY rest on the curved sections, making cleaning more difficult. Instead, we recommend using a cleaning glove (PROSCAPE CLEANING GLOVE), a blade cleaner (Aqua T-Handy) or the the glass pane cleaner (Blanki or WishWash).

Why does my JBL Floaty / algae magnet scratch the aquarium pane?

Scratched panes after using a glass cleaning magnet are always a sign of sand or gravel particles being caught between the inner parts of the magnet and the aquarium pane. The materials used for the JBL glass cleaning magnet are softer than the glass of the aquarium pane and cannot scratch it.

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