Probably one of the more unusual aquarium products I've seen in a while, but certainly something I could use. RoboSnail can best be described as a hybrid between a Roomba and an automatic pool vacuum. According to the manufacturer, AquaGenesis International, RoboSnail prevents algae buildup on aquarium glass by automatically cleaning it once a day. The constant preventative cleaning stops algae from taking hold on the aquarium's glass surface. This product seems like a fantastic idea, especially if you have a tank that is difficult to clean or you're the kind of person that doesn't like to do constant maintenance. Watching the video below I do have one huge concern. As someone who has scratched their glass by accidentally picking up some sand with a magnetic cleaner, I'd be really worried about the product doing the same and then proceeding to scratch the entire tank.
If you'd like to read more about RoboSnail, check out the product website at RoboSnail.com.
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