BRS Reef Saver Aquarium Dry Live Rock

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BRS Reef Saver Aquarium Dry Live Rock

SKU: 000701
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$2.59
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  • Great product, great price By on 5/22/2017

    As BRS states, they range in size, you may or may not have to do some chiseling to get the fit and look that you want.

    I strongly recommend taping off an area of your driveway or floor to the same dimensions of your tank and building your aquascape there, fit your pieces and epoxy them as needed, take a picture for reference and then place them in the tank and finalize your aquascape.

    These rocks are heavier than pukani and more dense.

    I was able to achieve the results I was looking for and I am very pleased with the outcome. The rocks have been in my main tank for 2 years and they look great covered in coraline algae.
  • Excellent Product By on 5/11/2017

    Reef saver is amazing looks great day is great and the critters love the caves and crevices!!
  • nice pourous dry live rock By on 5/10/2017

    Very clean pourous rock. Easy to work with. Good stuff.
  • Good stuff By on 5/7/2017

    Easy to scape.
  • Waste By on 5/4/2017

    Watched one of BRS dry rock/landscape videos so I figured I would order some Pukani and reef saver rock which was a mistake. All the rocks I purchased looked exactly the same not one piece had a unique look I even included the dimensions of my tank and wanted smaller pieces instead I got one rock that is as big as my tank and the others not much smaller. Even breaking some of these rocks down wouldn't do much for them.
  • Awesome By on 4/30/2017

    Just got my order of this rock. Actually got more then I order for the same price. Very well packaged. I just started to cycle the rock. You will need to clean the rock before placing into a tank. I just took mine outside and sprayed it off with a garden hose. Very dirty, once cleaned it should cycle just like all others.
  • Not Even Reefsaver Rock By on 4/29/2017

    The rocks I received weren't even reefsaver rock. They were just small boulders with no holes or crevices at all in them. I'm very disappointed in BRS as I have bought other products from them before and they were fine, but I honestly wouldn't buy "reefsaver" from here again.
  • Great Rock! Request the size you want... By on 4/24/2017

    I read a couple reviews that said you can request the size you want.. So I got my football size, and 2 softball sizes.. Rocks are awesome! Clean, porous, and no breakage!

    Just what i needed to fill in my new reef tank..
  • No Phosphates! By on 4/20/2017

    So I am setting up a new tank and was going to buy live rock from the LFS but heard of some horror stories about getting nasty hitchhiking critters. I currently have no pests in my tank and didnt want to start now. So I ordered the BRS reef saver dry rock but some said even dry rock would have a lot of phosphates in them and they would have to be leached out before putting in the DT. I got a large trash can put the rock in and let it soak in fresh salt water with a power head and heater for 24 hours...then tested the P04 and my Hanna checker said 0.00. I didnt believe the meter so I soaked some food pellets in ro water for a few min then tested and got a reading of .64. So I tested the dry rock container again for the next several days and am still getting 0.00 on the Hanna checker! Dont know if I just got lucky with this batch of rock but really happy about No Phosphates! now I can just cycle the rock for a few weeks and it will be ready to go into the DT without the worry of leaching phosphates for the next 6 months or longer! Great Product.
  • Pretty sure my rock shipped moist. By on 4/15/2017

    Not completely dry. I've had this rock for over a year now and I never thought I would have to say something bad about it. After a year of having the rock in my tank, I wanted to brake a large piece into pieces to re-scape my tank, and the inside of this rock was mush almost milky. I couldn't brake the rock because chisels were getting embedded. Basically I just removed a large piece of my bacteria colony and dropped it in the trash. I couldn't put the rock back in as it was clouding the tank with whatever this rock is made of. I don't know what the repercussions will be. I hope my tank doesn't crash on me.