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Old 02-05-2004, 11:23 PM   #21
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can see what shiiping would be on 200 gallon buckets and let them go for $31.99 plus shipping. I aready have 20 of them coming and can always buy more!! Of course locals can always stop by and pick one up!!
Dang, If I had only waited 1 day, I could have saved 2 bux, and some shipping. Big als charged me 21 bux shipping. Everyone around here wants 75 bux plus tax for a bucket.
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Old 02-05-2004, 11:50 PM   #22
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heh, I got a reply from oceanic....classic, just classic....here it is:

>Hi Lisa. As we have just started distributing our product, I am at a loss as to who >is or will be carrying our salt right now. I can suggest going to the store of your >choice, and if they don't have it tell them to order it for you so they can be >the "first ones on the block" to have the best salt money can buy....!!!

I guess their delivery trucks go to mystery destinations.....go figure
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Old 02-06-2004, 12:08 AM   #23
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LOL They ship it to distributors.. When i called them they gave me about the same answer but provided me with the distributors phone # in my area that should have been able to tell me who took posession of the salt already.. Which they were able to when I called.. If you can get your distributors phone # in your area they should be able to tell you what store has it as well...

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My local LFS is selling them for $39.99 for the 200 gallon bucket. Is this saly better than IO? I am about to buy a 200 gallon bucket of IO this weekend.
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Old 02-06-2004, 04:01 AM   #25
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My local LFS is selling them for $39.99 for the 200 gallon bucket
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Is this saly better than IO?
IMO Table salt is better than IO but thats JMO...
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I am about to buy a 200 gallon bucket of IO this weekend
If you are wondering about the salt I posted some Prelim test results of the Oceanic Salt.. If you want to see for yourself but a 5gal bag mix it up and test it after its been mixing for a bit and see for yourself.. IMO I would buy Oceanic Over any other salt at this point... I have tried Kent, Crystal Seas, Coralife, Red Sea, IO and some generic stuff my LFS has.. And I always say an issue with one or the Other.. I am very pleased just with the prelim test results of the Oceanic Salt.. It is very new still so not much is known about it as of yet but it is my salt of choice as of now.. I plan to buy a few more 200g buckets within the next few weeks to make sure I have enough on hand at all times..

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IMO Table salt is better than IO but thats JMO...
DISCLAMER: I know James was kidding but just so everyone knows.... James was kidding...

Please do NOT try to use table salt in your aquariums...

Ok. now we can all go back to our fishy lives....
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Old 02-06-2004, 02:47 PM   #27
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IMO Table salt is better than IO but thats JMO...



DISCLAMER: I know James was kidding but just so everyone knows.... James was kidding...

Please do NOT try to use table salt in your aquariums...

Ok. now we can all go back to our fishy lives....
Sorry about that.. I was hoping that everyone knew it was a joke.. I would never use Table Salt and Dont Recommend anyone else use it..

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No biggie. I knew you was joking but u know just in case.
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How many of you have actually recieved your free sample??? I sent off for mine 2 months ago and have not gotten it yet.
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