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Old 10-16-2012, 04:33 PM   #41
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How's that translate in the U.S.? Lol
Just check on my handy converter and it works out at $6.25 per kg. not bad hey?
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66 lbs at 6.44/lb ..
Actually it would be 10.36/lb i believe.
Considering a £ is roughly a lil more than a dollar
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66 lbs at 6.44/lb ...
6.44/lb isn't really a bargain at all, unless i misread something lol
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Old 10-16-2012, 04:41 PM   #44
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6.44/lb isn't really a bargain at all, unless i misread something lol
10kg is 22.04lb at $6.25
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Old 10-16-2012, 04:44 PM   #45
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10kg is 22.04lb at $6.25
22.04lb is $63 I think lol
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Old 10-16-2012, 04:46 PM   #46
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22.04lb is $63 I think lol
Ehh I guess its not bad lol I dunno, I'm supposed to be getting 30lbs off a guy for like $50 so I consider that a bargain lol
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Ehh I guess its not bad lol I dunno, I'm supposed to be getting 30lbs off a guy for like $50 so I consider that a bargain lol
30lbs is about 13kg and that works out at £31 English.

I'm paying £40 for 10kg or 22.04lbs

So your getting a better deal! (you jammy sob) lol. :-(

It's a good deal over here anyway so I'm happy lol.
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30lbs is about 13kg and that works out at £31 English.

I'm paying £40 for 10kg or 22.04lbs

So your getting a better deal! (you jammy sob) lol. :-(

It's a good deal over here anyway so I'm happy lol.
Haha hey as long as its a good deal then its all good
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Haha hey as long as its a good deal then its all good
Yea it's a good deal, shop prices are anything from £10 -£16 per kg.

Or 22.04 for $15-$23

So yea it's a good deal lol.
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Old 10-21-2012, 07:26 PM   #50
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New pic of the tank, have now got 25kg of live rock tank is cycled after I used 150lts of my mates water from his system left it for just over a week.
I have rearranged the rock to form lots of holes and caves for the fish to play in.


First fish 2x Clarke clowns going in tomorrow.
What do you think?
I will take a pic of the fish after they settle in and post.



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