Red Sea Max 130D - 1st "Proper" Reef

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Reply #195

£30 a head!  :scared: I'm in the wrong business!  lol

Post a pic up when it's settled in!

You whats worse, thats actually a really good deal for the Yorkshire area from what I have seen lol.
My LFS i'm looking at 100 for double headed hammers and torches. Frogspawn cannot locate anywhere.

On the upside, seems the larger frags are doing better being shipped to me

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Reply #196

AAC in harlow always worth a shout , they usually pretty good .
Just for future reference.
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AAC in harlow always worth a shout , they usually pretty good .
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Hmmm 400 mile round trip...... they need to get the livestock on their bloody web page

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Reply #198

My elegance is looking better again today, first time I have seen the stingers out. Terrible shots sorry. Also my two Hammers colouring up slowly in acclimation

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Reply #199

I would have expected worse if I'm honest

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Reply #200

Anything saveable?

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Reply #201

Anything saveable?

One of my staff is in the office not me, I turned it freshwater just before lock down started. Lots of algae, nice to see the tannins have leached out the mopani as well. Not bad for a month unattended. I turned everything off except for one wavemaker in the display. All in all not bad, looking forwards to Monday now.

He also started trying on my shoes while there

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Reply #202

Little grubby, not too bad

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Reply #203

So popped into the office and the tank is more or less dead. water long gone as is the heater and most likely the return pump
looking at costs of getting this beast up and running again as a reef, however will not be in the office (office not staying) so need to drain, clean and transport home at some point

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