- Magnetic Coral Frag Rock Nano - Tunze
The Tunze Magnetic Coral Frag Rock is the best way to show off your frags in a display tank setting. Grow your coral frags, or to add to your aquascape anywhere on the glass in your aquarium. The highly porous ceramic rock has a very powerful magnet that is carefully embedded into the back side of the rock. Holes are then strategically made allowing your coral's frag plug to securely be placed in the rock. The holes in the rock will fit the most common types of frag plugs, and other mounts.
The Tunze Magnetic Coral Rocks are hand made, and will be slightly different in appearance, and overall size from rock to rock. They are made with a super porous ceramic material that does not require curing and will grow natural coralline algae and other life just like live rock.
Two Sizes Available:
- Magnetic Coral Frag Rock Nano - Hold up to 6 frag plugs
- Magnetic Coral Frag Rock Long - Hold up to 8 frag plugs
Coral Rock Nano Specs
- Model: 0104.800
- Capacity: 6 frag plugs
- Average Dimensions: L 7" x H 5" x W 3"
- Frag Plug Hole Diameter: 11mm (0.43")
- Frag Plug Crown Diameter: 22mm (0.90")
- Max Tank Thickness: up to 15mm* (0.65")
*Glass thickness will affect the amount of dry weight the Magnetic Coral Frag Rock can hold. Glass that is 12mm (1/2") thick can hold up to 2.2 pounds of dry weight. Thicker glass, 15mm (0.65") can hold up to 1.0 pounds.
Note: We do recommend rinsing off any loose dust and debris that may be on the rock from the packing and shipping process.
Floating Real Estate By Tyler on 5/12/2020Tyler would recommend this product to a friendGreat place to put small frags. Love the floating look. Should've waited to buy it though, went on sale right after lol.
Nice By Wes on 11/9/2019Wes would recommend this product to a friendThis is going to look nice in my tank, And once the GSP grows over it, Hope it gives a little pop to the tank.
I love these things By Randall on 8/8/2017Randall would recommend this product to a friendYes I do. Some might find them unattractive, and most everyone will find them overpriced and/or inefficient, but I like how they look on the back wall of my aquarium. I'm letting a couple of them get completely overgrown with multiple different zoanthid color morphs; should be awesome when grown out.
One tip: Take a dremel and ream out each hole before putting the rock in your tank, making each hole both wider and deeper. Then make sure to scrub out each hole very well after dremeling to get rid of any metal dust. Some frag plugs will not fit the standard holes well.
Great product By Tim on 3/30/2017Tim would recommend this product to a friendI was looking for a way to add additional frags in my 45 gallon tank and this size "natural" frag rack works great.
Does this have to be cured before adding to a tank?