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Price Check: Radion X30's - Gen 3

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I'm just curious what y'all think a fair price would be for three Radion X30's (Generation 3). I have the hanging rail kits as well. 

Debating whether or not to sell them and I'm just sure it's worth it....figured I'd see what y'all think.

 

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I see them go for $250-$350 each

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Treefitty😬

Seriously though, it all depends on what kind of shape they're in. If they are pristine, without any hardware and they're xr30 pros $350 is a good range...

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8 minutes ago, chewie said:

Treefitty😬

Seriously though, it all depends on what kind of shape they're in. If they are pristine, without any hardware and they're xr30 pros $350 is a good range...

Yes if they are pros $350! I was going off standard X30's

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Thanks all - they're not pros. Just standard. So 250-300 eh?

They look pretty awesome hanging above the tank. After factoring in the cost of replacement lights I might just keep em....

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30 minutes ago, Bevo5 said:

Thanks all - they're not pros. Just standard. So 250-300 eh?

They look pretty awesome hanging above the tank. After factoring in the cost of replacement lights I might just keep em....

What are you thinking of switching to?

 

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I'm not sure. I want something I can hang so it still looks slick. It's an 80x24in tank so I'm not really sure how much light I'd need for coverage. In the past I've gone as simple as fluorescents with 50/50 bulbs and the fish pop. 

If I could kick a brown diatom algae bloom I'd leave my lights on a lot more - but the brown just wont go away.

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Guess it all comes down to what you want to grow, 80" is a lot of tank and an odd dimension to light no matter how you look at it.

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