Continuum Aquatics

24" AquaBlade Aquarium Scraper - Continuum

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24" AquaBlade Plastic Scraper for Acrylic Tanks

SKU: 211168

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24" AquaBlade Plastic Scraper for Glass Tanks

SKU: 211172

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Keep your tank squeaky clean with Continuum!

Continuum algae scrapers are by far the best handheld scraper on the market today! Made of strong virgin white plastic, AquaBlades are much stronger and you will notice it once you feel them! The 24" scrapers make a great cleaning accessory for almost any aquarium over 100 gallons!


Two Models Available:

  • Acrylic Scraper - Includes plastic blade
  • Glass Scraper - Includes metal blade


Continuum Handheld Algae Scrapers are considered the gold standard of aquarium algae scrapers. They are made with high-quality materials that will last a lifetime of tank cleaning. With two different blade materials, plastic and stainless steel, you can choose the scraper that best suits your tanks needs. The blue plastic blade was created by testing different types and compounds of plastics until Continuum found a polymer that was softer than acrylic but still strong enough to scrape off stubborn coralline algae.


Other Lengths Available:

Small AquaBlade Scraper

15" AquaBlade Scraper

35" AquaBlade Scraper


Replacement Blades

If your replacement blade ever gets dull don't worry, replacement blades are available!

Metal Replacement AquaBlades

Plastic Replacement AquaBlades



  • Dimensions - 24" L x 3" W
  • Blade Width - 3 7/8"
  • Metal Blade Material - 316 Stainless Steel
  • Plastic Blade Material - Self Lubricating Plastic


What's Included?

  • 1x 24" AquaBlade Scraper 
  • 1x Removable Blade
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Product Questions

With starphire glass scratching easier than standard glass, is it better to get the acrylic scraper or the glass scraper?

Thank You
William Ludwig
Question by: William Ludwig on Sep 13, 2020, 12:55 PM
It is better to get an acrylic scrapper.
Answer by: Matt Lucero (BRS Staff) on Nov 5, 2021, 9:35 AM