Flipper EDGE Magnetic Aquarium Algae Cleaner - Max

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Float, Flip, Scrub & Scrape.. Now with TWICE the cleaning power!

  • New dual blade design for double the cleaning power
  • New 316 Stainless Steel blad with more precise edge design for better scraping
  • New acrylic-safe plastic blades with both flat and serrated edge options
  • Reversible blades to double your blade life
  • Includes 2 stainless steel & 2 acrylic-safe plastic blades
  • Designed for tanks with glass or acrylic up to 1” (24mm) thick
  • Wet side floats to the top of your aquarium if it detaches from the dry side
  • Ergonomic grip/flip handle for easy use
  • Made with rare earth magnets for incredible cleaning strength and durability. Cleans even the most stubborn coralline algae.


The Flipper Edge is the ultimate tool for keeping your aquarium glass free of unsightly algae! Flipper's patented design creates the only 2 in 1 magnetic aquarium cleaner that can quickly flip from scrubber to scraper simply by rotating the handle. Flipper magnet cleaners feature a low-profile wet side and strong neodymium magnets so you can scrub or scrape away even tough algae buildup without ever having to stick your hands in the water. The new Flipper Edge features a dual blade design for double the efficiency!


Available in Two Sizes

  • Flipper Standard Edge - For tanks up to ½ inch thick (12mm)
  • Flipper Max Edge - For tanks up to 1 inch thick (24mm)


What's Included?

1x Flipper EDGE Max 2-in-1 Aquarium Magnet Cleaner

2x Reversible Stainless Steel Blades

2x Reversible Acrylic-Safe Plastic Blades

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UPC 23632144256
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Product Questions

Will this work on curved glass?
Question by: Don Chappelear on Jan 31, 2023, 12:19 PM
Thanks for reaching out! These are really meant for flat glass. I would suggest getting a hand held scraper for better control
Answer by: James Johnson (BRS Staff) on Feb 16, 2023, 12:36 PM