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Old 08-30-2011, 02:34 AM   #71
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I know Carey orders from there and so do a lot of other ppl.. Just a good place that has a lot of good fish and great customer service.
Welll its really not me who doesn't want to order from Internet it's my mom she doesn't trust live things being shipped.
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Old 08-30-2011, 10:26 AM   #72
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Should tell your mom that ordering online actually gives more protection. Live aquaria for example has a 2 week guarantee on their fish. A month on their aquacultured corals as well. Buy a fish at your lfs and it dies the next day you're usually out of luck. BUT you do get to see the exact fish youre getting which is a plus on the LFS side.
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Old 08-30-2011, 11:39 AM   #73
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I'm definitely not against ordering online, but I just don't, for 2 reasons. One is that the LFS owner gives a 2 week refund on anything that dies, provided you give a water sample the day you buy it. The other is that he QTs all arrivals for 2 weeks and FW dips them before they go on sale. But I will order from liveaquaria eventually, since my LFS doesn't have some fish that I would like. Midas Blenny, Kole Tang, and Diamond Watchman Goby, to be exact. Plus gas is $16 whenever I go round trip...
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Old 08-30-2011, 07:47 PM   #74
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If I can convince her I will order from them
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So here's my plan now...
1 Platinum Clownfish
1 B&W Clownfish
1 Longnose Butterflyfish
1 Two Spot Bristletooth Tang
1 Tail Spot Blenny
1 Orange Spotted Prawn Goby
1 Red Stripe Angelfish (actually not sure but I know I want a dwarf angel)
Then clean up crew...
Hermit Crabs
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Old 09-04-2011, 01:14 AM   #76
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Hehe just a second ago there was 75 posts in this thread about a 75 gallon tank lol
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Old 09-04-2011, 01:18 AM   #77
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Ordering online is really only a cheaper solution when ordering a lot of things at the same time. $35 shipping from liveaquaria.com is A LOT, which is why I chose to order from saltwaterfish.com because of the discount they give for Florida residents lol. I do like the divers den SPS on liveaquaria though....
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Ordering online is really only a cheaper solution when ordering a lot of things at the same time. $35 shipping from liveaquaria.com is A LOT, which is why I chose to order from saltwaterfish.com because of the discount they give for Florida residents lol. I do like the divers den SPS on liveaquaria though....
Im ordering from them tomorrow (I have a thread about it) and I'm getting free shipping with a reef package.
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Ordering online is really only a cheaper solution when ordering a lot of things at the same time. $35 shipping from liveaquaria.com is A LOT, which is why I chose to order from saltwaterfish.com because of the discount they give for Florida residents lol. I do like the divers den SPS on liveaquaria though....
I looked at saltwaterfish.com there prices seem to be higher and most of the fish I want aren't there and I don't live in Florida.....yet lol
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Ur got that plat clown we where going back and forth about? Lol
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