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  1. What’s that? Frag racks are unsightly you say? If we can’t hide it, why not show it more beautifully? Oceanbox Designs® GLO™ Magnetic Mini Frag Racks has taken a new turn in innovation with our fluorescent highlight frags mount. The fluorescent highlight will glow under a mixture of blue and purple spectrum from your reef light giving it an awesome radioactive appearance, under full actinic will be at its most intense glowing. The streamlined sleek design is perfect for mounting in narrow area, back wall, AIO wall, or overflow box. Available in 6 and 8 frags mount with dual “REEF SAFE” waterproof magnets for up to 1/2″ thick glass. Order yours here: https://oceanboxdesigns.com/product/glo-magnetic-mini-frag-racks-oceanbox-designs/
  2. So I went to the LFS for some freshwater supplies and of course had to look at corals and like many of us came home with a few more things then intended. Anyways had some SPS frags and some mushrooms that were not attached to anything that came home.Then with my little 20g had no room and was in desperate need of a frag rack. Found OceanBoxDesigns.com and decided to order the large frack stick that holds 8 a few singles and most importantly the shroom box. Messaged the owner because i wanted them overnighted and he was able to hook me up. The racks are great. Magnets are super strong and haven’t budged holding several LPS and SPS frags. Takes up very little room in my novo 20 and actually allows me to keep a close eye on growth for some of the new ones. The Shroom box is what really impressed me the most though. I got the mini which is 4″x4″ and it has been great. keeps my shrooms out of a container on my sand bed which i no longer have room for and can adjust the height easily to acclimate to lighting as desired. The 4 magnets are holding the box with several larger pieces of rubble with no problem. The box allows plenty of water in but the flow does not move the shrooms around from where i have them placed. They have all since expanded nicely and the box is actually not bad to look at either. also purchased two of the single frag racks which I’m planning to space out some GPS on the rear chamber wall to help get is spreading in multiple spots at a time. Anyways no affiliation with the company or the owner just a nice guy with a good product and amazing customer service. If your in need or want a really nice frag rack definitely check out his site.
  3. AnglerReef

    Built in frag racks

    Greetings, first post here. I have a red sea max 130d with Steve's led upgrade. I have drilled it and I want to keep most of my rock in the sump and go for a really clean look in the display to be used primarily for coral growth. I Am planning on using acrylic to make my own frag racks. I wonder if it is possible to use silicon to put some frag racks into the tank before it has water in it. I'm thinking two triangle shapes in the back corners. I have a scrap piece left over from another project that is currently too big to get it parralel to the ground, but i am thinking it maybe will tilt forward a bit. Maybe a solid 2 inch piece along the back. Can anyone here give me good reason why I shouldn't do this. Tips encouraged.
  4. AnglerReef

    Built in frag racks

    Greetings, first post here. I have a red sea max 130d with Steve's led upgrade. I have drilled it and I want to keep most of my rock in the sump and go for a really clean look in the display to be used primarily for coral growth. I Am planning on using acrylic to make my own frag racks. I wonder if it is possible to use silicon to put some frag racks into the tank before it has water in it. I'm thinking two triangle shapes in the back corners. I have a scrap piece left over from another project that is currently too big to get it parralel to the ground, but i am thinking it maybe will tilt forward a bit. Maybe a solid 2 inch piece along the back. Can anyone here give me good reason why I shouldn't do this. Tips encouraged.
  5. Will it hold up a heavier frag? Today I put the CoralOne™ Magnetic Solo Frag Rack to the test. To your left is a regular frag plug (1/2" stem, 1" crown) and a huge solid cement frag rock next to it. This version of the frag rack is rated for 3/8" thick glass and I'm using it on 1/4" glass, no sign of flipping or even have tendency to flip at all, which means it can even hold up to more weight than it already is. Typically it is unusual that you'd get a frag this heavy and if it is heavy then it'd be a colony and not a frag. Here we're demonstrating that if the weaker version can hold up to this then for certain the version rated for 1/2" glass will hold up even more weight allowing room for your frag to grow out. On the other hand, holding up a full colony is different story. Since it wasn't designed for that purpose it is still possible depending on the tank's glass thickness, type of coral, and size of colony, also if the coral is encrusting into the back wall or overflow it should provide additional support as well. I've seen people using our strongest version (for 1/2" glass) on the overflow wall or AIO wall which is usually just a 1/4" thick to hold up a full colony just fine. Order yours at: https://oceanboxdesigns.com/product/coralone-magnetic-solo-frag-rack/
  6. I was looking for small frag shelve for my overflow and Oceanbox Design came through with a great product. I needed magnets on both side that can be submerged, and I don't think anyone else does it but Oceanbox Design. This isn't a regular frag rack. This is designed for making your backwall / AIO insert / overflow part of your aquascape. A couple of cool features: Black acrylic to match black backwall, very discrete Strong double magnets to hold frag that will eventually turn into small colonies (hopefully =P) No frag holes because frag plug is ugly It has its own backwall for encrusting acros. There's a small gap between its backwall and your tank's backwall to hopefully prevent corals from encrusting onto your tank's backwall. Pink milli mounted. Please excuse the crappy glue job. I hate gluing corals. But the milli will grow the glue in no time! Only noticeable now cuz it's a closeup and again, crappy glue job. FTS. The frag shelves are hardly noticeable. Overall, I am very satisfied and may have to get a few more.
  7. SOLD Hi there, Selling a Magnetic Black Acrylic Frag Rack (5" x 3") that can hold five frag plugs. Also comes with 28 Frag plugs (ceramic) and 12 Frag Disks (ceramic) All for $10 shipped.
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