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Add SPS coral bone cutter to your tools for coral propagation. Great for cutting stony corals especially flat stonies like Montipora.
- Available in 5.5", 6.3" or 7.5"
- Stainless Steel with Bulk Reef Supply logo
- Rinse thoroughly with fresh water to reduce rust build up from saltwater
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Small Bone Cutter By Ted on 10/31/2016Ted would recommend this product to a friendI have the small Cutter. Nice to get into tight areas with. Been using them for a couple months holding up Real good.
Simple and effective By Dan on 9/4/2016Dan would recommend this product to a friendPerfect for cutting frags off of plugs.
! By Jason on 3/16/2015Jason would recommend this product to a friendThese work better than regular diagonal cutters and much better and the gigantic toenail cutters I got at the pharmacy.
They cut through a stag horn acro bigger around than my thumb with no problem, last time I tried this I wound up with a handful of frags.
Does what it Says it does By Randy on 1/6/2015Randy would recommend this product to a friendI bought this so I would be ready when I needed start to fragging corals but first used it to cut off the stem on plugs. Everything up to this point has worked out.
Works great By Chad on 12/7/2014Chad would recommend this product to a friendI bought this to be prepared for fragging corals but first used it to cut off the stem on the plug so I could get my zoas to lay flat and expand. Worked great, cut the ceramic plug with little effort so I am sure it would easily work on the coral skeletons as well.
Medium SPS Coral Bone Cutter By Roberta on 12/4/2014Roberta would recommend this product to a friendPerfect size bone cutter. Used it last night and it worked great! I must have for easy fragging.
Great cutters! Great Price! By Randy on 11/16/2014Randy would recommend this product to a friendYou can pick up 6" bone cutters on many websites, but these (medium) cutters come with an extra 0.3" AND the BRS logo engraved on the joint! Why not buy a pair showing your love for reefing?