EON Instructional Video Series! “Part 1: Your EON & You”

Introducing our EON Instructional Video Series – a new and improved video series to show you how to set up, maintain, and care for jellies in your new EON Jellyfish System from start to finish.

We made this series last year as a better way to actually show new and prospective EON owners what it takes to get one up and running with moon jellyfish (and how simple it is to do so!). We’ll be posting each video from the five-part series every week.

Below you’ll find the video and a follow-along script.

 

SCRIPT.

Part 1: Your EON & You Opening sequence.

“So, the day has finally come, your very own Sunset Marine Labs EON jellyfish tank has arrived at your door! Now what are you going to do?”

“Well, take it out!”

“But wait, do you have a proper surface in mind?”

“Well, is that surface level?”

“Can it hold more than 85 lbs.?”

“Excellent! Your EON jellyfish system should also be situated away from direct sunlight and nearby an available power source!”

“NOW would you like to see what’s inside?”

“In addition to your EON jellyfish tank, you’ll find:

  • shelves for the filter box,
  • the remote,
  • power supply and instructions for your tank lights,
  • mechanical filters,
  • carbon filters, and
  • bio balls.”

“Now, let’s add your premixed salt water, plug in the pump and put it all together!”

“First, place a shelf at the bottom of your filter box and add in the bio balls in an even layer…”

“…Then add a shelf for the thin micron pad…”

“…And place the three carbon bags on top, adjusting them so they completely fill the space for optimum filtration…”

“…Then add the thick mechanical filter pad…”

“…And place the drip tray flush to the inside just below the drain.”

Closing sequence.

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