I am looking at lighting options for my new set up and stumbled upon the Reed Breeder lights. BRS and Reef News Network seem to like them but I was wondering if anyone here has any first hand experience with them. Also if any of you have other suggestions of a light that is relatively inexpensive, delivers good par and coverage, send them my way! btw the tank dimensions are the same as a 40 gal breeder.
btw if anyone is selling their reef breeder lights specifically the photon 32 V2 let me know
My name is Shane. I'm setting up my first reef in a 20g long. I'm hoping it'll bring long-term enjoyment while I wait for my university to reopen.
I am looking for a few materials for setting up. Let me know if you have anything, especially if you are located near or around Portland, Beaverton, or Hillsboro.
Light - Looking for a budget (ideally LED) system that's output is largely blue. 10lbs of dry rock - I'm willing to try wet/damp live rock options if it's less than 4-5$ a pound Aragonite sand (ideally still new and in packaging) Refractometer Reef salt (Instant ocean or something similar) I'm also curious what the cost of RO/DI water (per gallon) is at the local fish stores.
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Hi! Well long story short, my finally growing frag of WD got bulldosed by a hermit crab right into the center of my Duncan colony (didn't think that was possible from where the frag was at) but I came home to find a bleach white frag a hermit in its place. Anyway, I really wanna try the piece again (and do a better job at anchoring it to the rock) so I'm looking for a small frag of WD, even just a fully healed nib would suit me. Let me know if any of you have this (or something similar) thanks for reading!!