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AccliMate by Reef Gently

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Acclimate, transport, trap and isolate your fish, corals and anemones easily and conveniently with the AccliMate from Reef Gently.


  • Available in 1/2 Gallon and 1.75 Gallon sizes to accommodate small or larger fish and corals

  • Patent-pending design to automatically acclimate at a certain speed for different species

  • Proper acclimation and less handling helps reduce stress on the fish and corals

  • Special two tank design allows you to trap, transport and acclimate all in one device


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  • Quick Overview

Acclimate, transport, trap and isolate your fish, corals and anemones easily and conveniently with the AccliMate from Reef Gently.

  • Available in 1/2 Gallon and 1.75 Gallon sizes to accommodate small or larger fish and corals
  • Patent-pending design to automatically acclimate at a certain speed for different species
  • Proper acclimation and less handling helps reduce stress on the fish and corals
  • Special two tank design allows you to trap, transport and acclimate all in one device
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AccliMate by Reef Gently

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AccliMate Standard (.5 Gallon Capacity)
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  • by Nick Hall on September 5, 2013, @12:51 PM

    How do you keep the temperature correct in the acclimation box if placed on outside? Drip acclimation is too slow to help with temperature. What would you advise to do with this kit? Once I know, I am willing to give this a shot!

    Bulk Reef Supply Hey Nick,
    The video is worth a watch for a really all encompassing instructions but in terms of your specific question, most drip acclimation is done quickly enough that the temperature won't be an issue. If your have a particularly sensitive piece of live stock and are doing a very long drip acclimation you can actually mount the acclimate box inside the aquarium itself.

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Full Details

AccliMate™ Standard

  • .5 gallon capacity
  • Will hold an aquarium fish up to 2-1/2” long
  • Outer Tank Size: 7-5/8” W x 3-3/8” D x 6-1/4” H
  • Inner Tank Size: 7-1/8” W x 2-3/4” D x 5” H
  • Suction Cups: 2-1/2” diameter
  • Material: 3/16” thick acrylic
  • AccliStick included

AccliMate™ XL

  • 1.75 gallon capacity
  • Will hold an aquarium fish up to 4” long
  • Center divider for inner tank allows for two species
  • Outer Tank Size: 11-1/4” W x 5-1/2” D x 9-1/4” H
  • Inner Tank Size: 10-5/8” W x 4-1/4” D x 7-5/8” H
  • Suction Cups: 3-1/4” diameter
  • Material: 1/8” thick acrylic
  • AccliStick included

Acclimation is simple

  • Set up the acclimation drip with the AccliStick, set a time and walk away
  • Water in the AccliMate is slowly exchanged with the tank water with the dual siphon, Continuous Exchange System (CES)

Easy Transportation

  • Bring your Acclimate to the fish store
  • Sliding lid with hook and loop closure keeps lid, fish and water in place
  • Be sure to bring extra water from the fish store to aid in the acclimation process

  • Trap and Isolate

    The inner tanks with flow-through holes can be secured to the inside walls of the aquarium using the included suction cups. Can be used for in tank isolation, quarantine, targeted feeding and more.


    Follow manufacturer's instructions for best results.


    AccliStick Standard Drip Rate Guide - Reef Gently

    Species Type AccliStick Station Acclimation Time Min. Waste Water Container Size - Gallons
    Hardy 12 50 minuntes 1
    Semi-Hardy 13 1 hour, 29 minutes 2
    Average 14 2 hours, 26 minutes 2
    Sensitive 15 4 hours, 16 minutes 2
    Ultra-Sensitive 16 8 hours, 11 minuties 2

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  • Great Idea. Poor Design. By Gary on 1/19/2015

    I was looking for something to help automate acclimating fish and corals to may tank water, and after watching the videos, it looked like this would fit the bill. I was a little skeptical about this product after reading the reviews (see Ed’s below), but it was recommended by Ryan on BRS TV so I went ahead and gave it a shot. The day it came, I picked up some frags and a couple small fish and hurried home to try it out. The instructions were pretty straightforward. But, the “AccliStick” arrived broken in half. I figured I could still make it work by adjusting the flow valve; however, when I filled up the container the suction cups would not hold the weight when full and on the front of the aquarium. Additionally, one of them began to leak around the gasket almost immediately. Fortunately, I avoided a large mess, but will be returning it to BRS. They could come up with a much better design with a simple over-the -edge hanger. It would likely work OK as a fish trap, but you can get effective traps at a much lower cost.
  • ACCLIMATE BY REEF GENTLY By Nate on 1/16/2015

    I bought this a few years ago from foster and smith, because they were the only ones who had it. I read the instructions on how to use it, as well as watching you tube videos on it. first time I used it was with a clown fish, had no problems. second time I used it for corals it didn't siphon properly. The last time i used it, It came off the glass, hit the corner of my stand, took a nice chunk out of it. (wife was not happy!!) I had a 1/2 gal of water and corals on the floor. So I now use it for growing out brine shrimp. When I am not doing that, I use it when I get fish. After the they spend their time in QT I catch the fish and put them in there. Then I acclimate them to my tank in a bucket; when this over I use the insert with the holes and put the fish in the tank. With them in the box, the tank mates can get use to them. Overall, its a great idea I do use it but never for acclimation. I believe some major improvements are in order. Instead of using suction cups, they should use a acrylic hanger or heavy duty magnets..
  • Fish trap only! By Ed on 12/27/2013

    Very poor design. Suction cups are held on with screws that go thru holes in the container and constantly leak because screws can't get a good hold of suction cups allowing water to leak. Needs a hook to hold the unit on tank. Not suction cups. I lost a $65 tang because the suction Cups slipped on the glass and dumped all the water and fish on floor! Works great as fish trap though. Rather than that it is terrible.
  • Super easy and awesome! By Mayja on 9/5/2013

    I've had one of these for 7 months. Every fish I have was acclimated with this device. It is so easy to use, and don't worry about the suction cups letting go - they won't.

    My LFS has gotten used to the idea that I need a lot more water from him and he knows to give me an extra bag of water. But, I always have to explain this device when I use a different store to pick up my fish. Generally, it's not an issue and most stores are fine with it since it's considering the safety of the fish.

    Buy one! You won't regret it!

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