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    ReefCrystals Salt Group Buy

    Alrighty, Chris at Aquatic Art is being awesome and hooking us up with a group buy on Reef Crystals. I'll drive up and bring it down, so I've added $2 a box gas charge. I've also calculated and added the 5% sales tax. Below is the final price you would pay. You would come pick it up from me.

    200 Gal Boxes

    Up to 10 boxes (pretty sure we're already past this): $48.20 a box

    10-39 boxes: $46.10 a box

    Over 40 boxes: $44 a box.

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    doesn't chris sells reef crystals for 44 a box In store
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    Plus 10% off for the club
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coral Xpressions View Post
    Plus 10% off for the club
    For my products, yes. This is a group buy. And yes, that's his regular price, plus 5% sales tax ($2.20) and you drive to Denver to pick up. The $44 a box is the base price for up to 10, the price comes down after that.

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    If rachel is going to get them I think that is more than fair. If i didnt buy 6 boxes online and waste money earlier I would have been all over this.

    Thanks for doing this Rachel.

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    Are ReefCrystals what most of you are using? I am still using regular IO

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcslove View Post
    Are ReefCrystals what most of you are using? I am still using regular IO
    I prefer IO. But other may say differently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcslove View Post
    Are ReefCrystals what most of you are using? I am still using regular IO
    I'm using Fritz pro reef salt but I have used reef crystals before and it's a solid salt for sure. I will probably go back to reef crystals. It's IO base with added minerals etc for increased coral supplements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcslove View Post
    Are ReefCrystals what most of you are using? I am still using regular IO
    IO is a very respectful salt mix. Reef Crystals is the same brand, but they've upped the additives for corals. I figure the price difference doesn't make the RC more enough that it's worth dosing more. I did a lot of research and have settled on reef crystals. Doyle and JJ both use it as their main salt.

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    I run a calc reactor so no reason for me to run RC, IO works great and the coral are happy campers.




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    Yep it's the same base recipe so if you already have a plan in place then no need to pay the premium for RC

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