BRS Jumbo Pukani 18"+ Dry Live Rock

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BRS Jumbo Pukani 18"+ Dry Live Rock

100% Recommend this to a friend (9 of 9)

SKU: 000722

reg. $3.99

Special Price: $3.39

In Stock: 1,299 Pounds
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Quick Overview

Sold by the pound with a minimum order of 30 lbs.

Why does BRS recommend this?

BRS Pukani Rock is by far our customer’s favorite rock.  It yields the most volume per pound compared to other styles of rock, with tons of nooks and crannies for corals to be placed and small critters to hide out.  BRS Pukani Rock is pest and algae free to give the best start for any new tank.  It also has the ability to be shaped, drilled, or cut depending on the aquascape it will be used with.

Unable to ship to Canada

Pukani is available in a wide variety of sizes.

  • BRS Pukani Large 18+" Dry Live Rock is generally 18" or more in diameter. Sold by the pound with a minimum order of 30 lbs.


BRS recommends curing all rock before being used in an established system


Full Details

BRS Pukani Dry Aquarium Live Rock - our lightest and most porous and full of holes that become nice homes and passage ways for your tank's inhabitants. Like all of our dry rock, Pukani is free of nuisance algae and pests which can cause complete tank shut downs. It is guaranteed to be free of apitasia, bubble algae, parasitic isopods, mantis shrimp, acro eating flat worms, little red bugs, fire worms, predatory nudibranchs, pyramidellid snails and other common pests.


Using Dry Rock has the following advantages:

  • Low initial cost on premium types of rock.
  • Pound for pound a way better value - no water weight.
  • Can be shipped standard UPS ground which saves a fortune on shipping.
  • Absolutely pest free. This is the most important reason. This allows you to completely avoid all of the most common aquarium pests that plague most aquarists.


How much rock do I need?

Knowing exactly how much Dry Live Rock you will need can be one of the hardest questions to answer since every tank and rock will be slightly different. A general guideline for Pukani Dry Live Rock, we suggest 2/3 pounds of rock per gallon of display tank volume and may vary depending on your overall goal for the aquascape. We always recommend purchasing a little extra dry rock to ensure that you will have enough to complete the aquascape you are looking for, any extra rock can always be broken up and placed in your refugium, overflows, and sump for added filtration.


BRS makes every effort to securely pack the Rock. However, the UPS automation is not always gentle on heavy products like this and they do not consider this product insurable. Because of this, there is some inherent risk with shipping rock like this across the country and it is impossible to replace or refund broken pieces. If this happens most pieces can be repaired with epoxy.


NOTE: This rock does come out of the ocean and may have some dead material on it such as sponges or other critters. We strongly suggest soaking or curing the rock before use in an active aquarium.

Dry live rock is not available for shipment to Canada due to high tariffs. Please consider Reef Saver rock as it is not subject to these fees and is our favorite of the dry rocks available.


9 Items

  • Perfect aquascaping rock By Liz on 10/28/2017

    30lb ordered, 35lb received as a single 22"x13'x13" rock in perfect shape thanks to immaculate packing. The upgrade to 3-day shipping was inexpensive and the rocks shipped immediately so were actually received in 3 days. This is the perfect density & shape of rock for aquascaping.
  • Perfect aquascaping rock By Liz on 10/27/2017

    Ordered 30lb and received one ~35lb large rock. This rock has the perfect shape and texture for aquascape, about 22x13x13, and was immaculately packed for shipping so no breakage during transit.
  • Best Rock There Is By Nokiaec11 on 10/25/2017

    Received a huge odd shape piece just as requested...cured the rock in short time using a special process, not acid. 2nd huge piece ordered for me, happy both times.
  • Amazing By John on 10/6/2017

    I ordered rock for my new 300gal tank and wanted some large base rock. The rock I received was impressive, to say the least. One piece measured over 20" across and has an amazing shape and so much character. It looks pretty clean for dry rock (I expected more dead organic material, but was pleasantly surprised). The rock also survived shipping very well with minimal damage. Would recommend!
  • Huge Rocks By Andrea on 6/25/2017

    Like others I ordered 30lbs and recieved one 42lb rock, it is massive! Just ordered 30 more lbs. the large chunks will help fill up my new 300gal :D
  • Great value By Wes on 6/19/2017

    Ordered 30 pounds and received a single rock that measured 18x16x11" inches and weighed 42 pounds. Smaller than expected while heavier than expected but a good value for larger tanks. It will work well in my system, thanks BRS!
  • Large size By Omegared on 4/29/2017

    I recently purchased 30 lbs. of large pukani. I received one large rock of pukani. I have to say I wasn't expecting that. But after working on it with a hammer and chisel I have to say if you don't mind taking time to shape it. It's well worth the price.
  • Awesome stuff! By Tuan on 3/8/2017

    Very easy to chip and scape this rock. Love it! Would definitely buy again. Love big large rocks.
  • Awesome rock By Phil on 12/27/2016

    I needed a large 30 Lb rock for my tank. I ordered it, and it was on my door step the following day. Fastest shipping ever. The piece was 24" across and the biggest piece of live rock I've ever seen. It weighed in at 42 lbs dry. Will definitely order from brs again


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Product Questions


Is there any problem curing the rock in a new tank setup that has nothing it is as of yet? Should I just soak them first before they enter the tank?
Question by: rhett h on May 21, 2017 1:14:00 AM
While it certainly is possible and many people do this with new tank setups, you should be aware that you will be releasing a fair amount of organics/waste into the display tank as dead material breaks down from the rock and dissolves in your display. I would plan to do a large water change at the end of the curing process prior to adding any initial livestock.

Have a great day!
Answer by: Zack (Admin) on May 23, 2017 2:26:00 PM
What are your recommendations on the curing process for this rock? Do you have any helpful links? Thanks
Question by: Robert Fuchs on Jan 18, 2017 12:27:00 AM
Awesome question! We certainly do have recommendations for curing rock and best of all, we made videos for that! :-)

Check out the videos at the link below!
Answer by: Randy (Admin) on Jan 19, 2017 12:42:00 PM