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    10 01 05 shelf rightsidefullfrags - TheAlternativeReef.com Magnetic Reef Shelfs


    10 01 05 shelf leftside - TheAlternativeReef.com Magnetic Reef Shelfs


    10 01 05 shelf leftsidemid - TheAlternativeReef.com Magnetic Reef Shelfs

    (those are 3/4 glass walls)

    Special Thanks to Dan for helping me fill it with some frags to grow into my tank!


    These are quick snapshots, I will be taking better photos soon. I just was excited to share these with you guys!

    Pics I made.
    Magnetic Shelf
    final2resized - TheAlternativeReef.com Magnetic Reef Shelfs
    Magnetic Frag shelf.
    finalfull - TheAlternativeReef.com Magnetic Reef Shelfs

    Now as it spins.... Which side is top?
    There is no definitive top as you can prioritize which you prefer.
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    Those look awesome.

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    Ive seen those- very cool toys, indeed!

    How much are they running???

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    Wow Fire nice pics, I see you have it on your back wall. How about a FTS to see how it blends?
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    looks cool - a bit pricey it seems - but for being handmade pretty cool

    wish they made smaller ones more reasonably priced
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    They take 3 weeks start to finish and half the cost of the larges is magnets alone. The special epoxy is a high cost as well.

    Remember that you are growing exspensive corals on them so the last thing you want is for the shelf to fall off, I dont have to worry with these since they are nothing but quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReeferRob View Post
    Wow Fire nice pics, I see you have it on your back wall. How about a FTS to see how it blends?


    10 01 05 FTS - TheAlternativeReef.com Magnetic Reef Shelfs

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