MiniMax Midsize All-in-One Media Reactor - Innovative Marine

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MiniMax Midsize All-in-One Media Reactor - Innovative Marine

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Auqa Gadget MiniMax Reactor - for use with GFO, Carbon and Biopellets that fit perfectly in the Innovative Marine AIO tank series along with other kinds of tanks that do not provide much room for filtration equipment.

Compatible with 30 Fusion, 40 Fusion, and Lagoon 50

  • Responsive flow adjusting knob

  • Pump Included: 92 GPH

  • 350 mL Volume Capacity

  • Mounting Bracket Included

  • Easy to mount


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Auqa Gadget MiniMax All-in-One Reactor Manual


Auqa Gadget MiniMax All-in-One Reactor Spec Sheet


Patent pending design from Innovative Marine minimizes the need for tubing, PVC pipes, ball valves and thumb screws. Sleek design incorporates flow control, easy maintenance and energy efficiency and works with Carbon or GFO.


Maximum Volume Capacity

  • 350mL


Dimensions with Bracket and Pump:

  • 2.6"W at Top x 3.07" Wide at Bottom x 15.75" Tall


Pump Features:

  • Pump Flow Rate: 92 GPH
  • Pump Power: 110-120V/60Hz
  • Pump Watts: 8W


Manufacturer Model#: 7302

Limited 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty


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  • Simply put....JUNK By Ryan on 8/27/2015

    BRS really needs to stop selling this product. The sponges are too small and clog easily. The pump appears not to be strong enough. It is difficult to get the GFO to tumble consistently. If you don't clean it every 5-7 days, you will have problems. I just installed the BRS GFO & Carbon Reactor - Deluxe....had to order the Cobalt MJ1200 from Amazon. I'm super optimistic....loving everything about it. Now, BRS, will you give me some store credit for this MiniMax hunk of junk?
  • Bad pump and bad support. By Abdullah on 7/17/2015

    Had this one in the back of my 30 g tank and the pump stopped while been used for Biopellets in less than 2 weeks.
    Had no idea that it went down as the location of the reactor had no direct visual.
    Had to clean the pump and reinstall it back as intank reactor to keep direct inspection of it.
    The pump get clogged easily and you have to clean it every Month.
  • not great quality By RT on 7/8/2015

    Sponges don't their place much less any media. I ordered two units one had a crack in the acrylic but functioned fine. The other cap o-rings were very undersized and the unit spilled GFO into my sump. I would recommend a hang on type instead of this. I like the concept but didn't meet my expectations.
  • Nice little product. By gldnegle76 on 5/14/2015

    Well made and compact. Fits nicely into my crowded sump. I have 50 gallons total volume, so the mid size appears to handle it well.
    The only negative is I have 9" of water in that section of my sump, and as the water exits the inner chamber, it drops about 3" before it hits the water level in the outer chamber causing a dripping sound.
    Other than that, great little reactor.
  • Solid Product By Martin on 4/10/2015

    This is a high quality product. Seems solid and well made with good acrylic and nice finish. Easy to setup and adjust. Easiest piece of nano aquarium equipment I've ever installed and used.
  • Bio Pellets By Burto on 3/11/2015

    Bought this for a VERY crowded 10 gallon sump under my 29 g Nano. After very good results with bio pellets in other tanks, that was its purpose. BRS calculator suggested 1/2 cup of pellets for my system. The pump wouldn't quite tumble that much, but after reducing the amount a little, it tumbles like a champ. Runs cool and quiet. Very easy to service and appears to be very well made. Adjusting the tumble is a snap.
    I don't know about using it for carbon / GFO, or other media, but for bio pellets (in a small tank), it works great.
    Time will tell how the pump holds up.
  • It works just great. By shornik on 1/28/2015

    I needed a slim media-reactor to fit in my AIO tank and this fit the bill perfectly. I'm using it with Phos-Ban and after just some very easy tweaks to the flow it's working just fine and reducing my Phosphate as advertised. It's very convenient to be able to adjust the flow within the reactor my simply twisting the inside tube and not needing to fiddle with anything in the water.
  • Great Quality, needs better pump By tonyc4s on 6/2/2014

    Overall the quality is great. I use two of these on a 75g that has limited room on the sump so I am probably pushing its limit. I run carbon on one and phosban on the other. I have been using them for some time and I did have to replace the pump, in fact when I did I got pumps with a little more power. However the space and the quality of the tubes are impressive. Highly recommended.
  • Needs tweaking By Partagas on 5/15/2014

    So I grabbed one of these for my 38g mini. Looking at the instructions it says it fits in the column next to either left or right filter chamber. Come home and there's no way it fits. So I have to place it in the main sump comp w the return pump. I follow the instructions on their FB page, gfo and carbon separated by their sponges and both leaked out of the reactor even using the double sponge method. Now I have to come up with a way to prevent this from happening. Also while fine tuning the flow the nylon screw stripped and now won't hold the cylinder at the level I need it to. Not a good beginning. On a positive note the pump is adjustable and more than enough for my application. I'll be calling IM for a replacement holder. I expected more from the Apple of the Aquarium hobby.
  • Great for bio-pellets, decent for GFO, not so great for carbon. By ChuckR on 2/28/2014

    This reactor is simple to use and has plenty of flow to tumble BRS bio-pellets.

    I tried GFO and even when using 2 foam pads on top and bottom chunks of GFO were passing through.

    I tried carbon...this was a disaster...the sponges would not keep the carbon packed in well thus the carbon would begin to tumble.

    Dont even think about trying to pack both GFO and carbon together. The sponges won't hold the carbon in place.

  • Know what you're using it for By Scott H on 1/20/2014

    I initially decided to try biopellets, and this was the reactor of choice due to size restrictions (I put this in my HOB refugium). Great fit, and good tumble on the biopellets, but ran into other problems associated with carbon dosing, so I switched to GFO.

    As indicated by another review, this reactor has issues with GFO...barely any movement at all, and no results after a few weeks, no change in water parameters.

    For biopellets on a smaller tank, this is a good product. For other media, I wouldn't recommend it.
  • Pretty great By paulo on 11/5/2013

    I recently ordered this for a 75 reef that I'm running which has had it's battles with NO4 and PO4. At first i ran GFO in this reactor, the little pump didn't seem to get a good tumble; i could see flow, but after 2 weeks, I wasn't happy with it and the NO4/PO4 still tested.

    I then removed the GFO and half filled the tube with Phosguard and the top half with Purigen. I saw immediate (next several days) results. The little cyano outbreaks stopped. And in less than a week the NO4/PO$ is untestable (0).


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Product Questions

I bought a IM SR-80 from BRS. Now I am looking at which AIO reactor to buy. I pretty much decided to go with the Innovative Marine reactors, but I do not know which size is ideal for my 80G tank.

Should I buy two midsize reactors, or should I buy one full size reactor?

Buy two midsize, so I can do two types of contents at the same time, but the volume is limited.
Buy one full size, so I can do large volume contents, but I have to do one type of media at a time.

So does size matter more, or does parallel processing matters more?


Question by: Jerry on May 1, 2014 8:16:00 PM
Hey Jerry,
With those options I would suggest going with two separate reactors. That way you can run both medias and it should be more then enough capacity for carbon in an 80g tank. For GFO you would almost max out the reactors capacity but it would fit as well.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on May 1, 2014 8:16:00 PM
Just curious as to why a full size (7303) reactor is not offered? I have the innovative Marine SR80 and wondering if the mid size reactor is sufficient?
Question by: Shawn on Jun 2, 2016 7:17:00 AM
Great question!
Not certain why IM has not produced a full sized model. As for the reactor we recommend larger reactors over the mid size for better space management. Something like a Hang on Back Phosban reactor. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Jun 2, 2016 11:03:00 AM
Will the mid size one fit in my Nuvo fusion 30L?
Question by: Allen Sellick on Jun 3, 2016 9:44:00 AM
Great question!
The Midsize will be perfect for the Nuvo 30L. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Jun 8, 2016 4:42:00 PM