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Old 11-08-2007, 07:25 PM   #1
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free sample

I just received my free sample of Aquadine Food today. I sent in a email with my shipping information, and recieved the sample within 2 weeks. FREE PRODUCT AND SHIPPING!! I just fed some to my female bettas and corycats and they are going crazy. Good Stuff for being a sample and you get 1.1 oz .


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Old 11-08-2007, 09:02 PM   #2
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Thanks for the head's up. I'd be interested in buying if the quality is good. Let's see how my fish love it.
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Old 11-08-2007, 09:43 PM   #3
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Cup contains equal parts of the following AquaDine Duraflake TM Formulations

#110 Freshwater Tropical Duraflake TM. For feeding a wide variety of aquarium fish. Wheat Flour, Fish Meal, Shrimp Meal, Soybean Meal, Fish Solubles, What Gluten, Spirulina, Fish Oil, Vitamin Supplement, Lecithin, Mineral Supplement, Stay C Dry, Ethoxyquin (antioxidant)

Guaranteed Analysis: Min.Crude Protein 40% Min.Crude Fat 5%
Max Crude Fiber 4% Max.Moisture 8%

#120 Freshwater HiPro Duraflake TM. A high protein food for carnivous and omnivorous fish. Fish Meal, Wheat Flour, Shrimp Meal, Soybean Meal, Fish Solubles, Wheat Gluten, Vitamin Supplement, Fish Oil, Mineral Supplement, Stay C Dry, Titanium Dioxide, Canthaxanthin, Ethoxyquin (antioxidant), Red #40

Guaranteed Analysis: Min.Crude Protein 42% Min.Crude Fat 6%
Max Crude Fiber 5% Max.Moisture 9%

#140 Spirulina Duraflake TM. For feeding both freshwater and marine fish. Fish Meal, Wheat Flour, Soy Flour, Shrimp Meal, Spirulina, Wheat Gluten, Kelp Meal, Fish Oil, Alfafa mean, Vitamin Supplement, Mineral Supplement, Stay C Dry, Emerald Green,Ethoxyquin (antioxidant)

Guaranteed Analysis: Min.Crude Protein 40% Min.Crude Fat 5%
Max Crude Fiber 4% Max.Moisture 8%

#170 Veggie Duraflake TM. For herbivorous fish. Wheat Flour, Fish Meal, Soybean Meal, Ground Corn, Brewers Dried yeast, kelp Meal, Wheat Gluten, Fish Oil, Spirulina, Vitamin Supplement, Mineral Supplement, Stay C Dry, Ethoxyquin (antioxidant)

Guaranteed Analysis: Min. Crude Protein 31% Min.Crude Fat 5%
Max Crude Fiber 4% Max.Moisture 9%

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Old 11-08-2007, 10:10 PM   #4
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Yes it was! Very informative, though. That is a generous sample. I see it says "return to store for refill". I wonder if you could get a refill of whatever mixture you like. The website is interesting too. It has a variety of custom blends for many different fish (click on fresh or salt, then on fish species). Or you can specify your own blend. Nice!
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Old 11-08-2007, 11:59 PM   #5
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I sent them a email saying how much I enjoyed their sample, and asked if I can have another sample. I think it is unlimited and maybe they will tell me, if I have to ship back the refill container or they will send a new one.

Also to clarify, the shipment of 2 weeks was wrong I noticed in my email it was 6 days and on the shipment box says First Class. I guess waiting in the mail for something made it seem longer. :/
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Old 11-09-2007, 02:38 AM   #6
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I've tried their food for a saltwater tank (back when I did saltwater). It didn't go over terribly well with the fish, but I really liked the product itself. I think it may have been the lack of color. I think I'd certainly give them a try for freshwater, and I may see about the free sample.
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Old 12-13-2007, 11:27 AM   #7
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I ordered the free sample, and just received it. It's not really like flake food. It's hard. Smaller than like an algae wafer, but round hard things. They're too big for my fish to eat whole. So I read the instructions and it said you can "crumble" it for smaller fish. The problem is that when I crumble it, even if I do it lightly, some stay in big pieces but most turns to this powder of fish food that basically just pollutes my tank. Maybe I'm doing something wrong. It doesn't float either. So I'm not sure how you're supposed to feed this to fish that don't eat off the bottom. Even if I leave the pieces whole and drop them in, they sink fast and leave a trail of "powdered" fish food behind them. There's no way to sift that out of the water, so I imagine it's in my filter as we speak causing all kinds of gross things to grow. Wonderful. I know it's supposedly good fish food, but unless I'm doing something wrong... which I very well could be... I don't see how this can be a good product for fish...
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