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Old 04-10-2012, 02:00 AM   #1
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Fragging tools

So my LFS guy in Korea told me he doesn't sell frag tools so he looked online to help me find some but couldn't find the tools anywhere online. He showed me some of his tool which he said aren't sold anymore and told me maybe I should try to order them from a US-based store.

Any suggestions on where I can purchase fragging tools?

Are freshwater plant tweezers and scissors ok for fleshy jasmine type polyps? What kind of knife for my leather and mushrooms? I'm a bit nervous as this would be my first attempt at fragging.

How would I frag button polyps (without cutting the rock-just get the polyps off and onto another rock)? If possible. For my torch corals, don't I need bone cutters?
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I saw a really nice kit on amazon.com , but it was expensive like $65. but it came with like 8-10 tools and a case. If your interested in spending that much I'll post a link but it was a bit high priced for me, but if your fragging a lot for profit it would be worth it.
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Old 04-10-2012, 02:49 AM   #3
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I'd certainly look into it. What's the link?
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Amazon.com: Dissekt-Rite Ultimate Coral Fragging Kit: Pet Supplies

Here you go.

And if you need to perform minor surgery you'll bet set. lol
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$30 bucks for shipping, wow! Maybe I can make some return from fragging. I looked at some other sets and this one looked like the one for me. Thanks!
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Dissekt-Rite Ultimate Coral Fragging Kit

This site has them 20% off. Also a reputable site. may save some.
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Old 04-24-2012, 09:00 PM   #7
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What the fudge?! It's hot pink! Picture showed it as an army green colored case.

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...and has bleach marks!

I ordered the Dissekt-rite Ultimate Coral Fragging Kit from TB Aquatics new and at full price (I chose them be they are one of the only ones to ship internationally). This isn't good business.
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I feel bad. That sucks. Especially that that's a premium kit, it isn't like some $12 cobbled together kit from eBay.
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I feel bad. That sucks. Especially that that's a premium kit, it isn't like some $12 cobbled together kit from eBay.
Not your fault you suggested a great kit, TB Aquatics are the ones that messed this up.
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