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Boston Aqua Farms Reef Discs 15 count

 
Perfect for fragging zoanthid colonies and other soft corals, Reef Discs are quarter-inch thick cement discs with a diameter of 1 3/4 in.. Specially coated in bright white sand to help corals adhere, Reef Discs are...


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I can't stand these

Comments Because I don't have a separate frag-tank any frags I do have are placed in the display tank either on the sand, on the rock, or on a small suction cupped frag shelf I made. Unless I am placing these right on the sand bed, they always seem to get knocked over. I would rather just use a small bit of live rock than these.

That said, I am not actually discouraging anyone from buying them, especially if you have a tank set up just for frags. Just know they aren't the most stable platform, especially for small polyp stony corals.


Liked about it 1. Good size
2. Frags adhere easily
3. Affordable


Didn't like 1. Hard to keep upright.


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3.0

By tcamos
Jun 14, 2010
 
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i was expecting more

Comments it does somewhat but i prefer plugs


Liked about it can put a big frag on it instead of plugs


Didn't like hard to find the best spots for it


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2.3
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3.0
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1.5

By 10 gallon reefer
Jun 15, 2010
 
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Nice size for specific use

Comments These are larger than most, but that makes them good options for various types of frags, such as zoanthid colonies, LPS corals such favia or acans, and even some SPS corals. Nice to have on hand for these uses.


Liked about it Great size, cheap, and reef safe, I always make sure I've got a good stock of these frag plugs for either intentional or accidental fragging.


Didn't like Nothing specific, but may be a bit too large for some jobs.


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4.0
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4.0
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4.0

By crvz
Jan 08, 2010
 
Last updated: May 17, 2010
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Reef Discs

General I use these or the reef plugs for my frags, good product and company!


Liked about it Good quality plugs, don't break easily. Textured and thinner than your standard plug.


Didn't like NONE


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5.0

By firsthesitation
Jul 08, 2009
 
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Great product

General I do like these worked great for what i needed and has taken on the coraline nicely so it blends in well


Liked about it porus, covered in coraline fast and blends in with rocks


Didn't like Had to basically place in the sand or glue to rocks of other critters in the tank would knock it over/off.


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4.0

By chatterboxbaby82
Apr 24, 2009
 
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