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Pat's rock-holding tank

posted Apr 6, 2010, 7:27 AM by admin webmaster   [ updated Apr 6, 2010, 7:35 AM ]

Hi, here are some pics of the live rock I purchased. I am very impressed and I will be making another purchase in a few days.


St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada

23 April 2010

Gordie's tank

posted Dec 16, 2009, 8:33 PM by admin webmaster

I was blown away when I opened the box this morning. Fantastic color and shape! Good flow and fish love it, shrimp found it right away and said "well hello there".

I'm now wanting more of this man made rock. The pic does not do it justice. It's loaded with coralline.

Also, I've bought live rock in the past and had to cure it for 8 weeks. This is fully cured and can go right in your tank. I am feed up with the cost of freight and curing of real live rock.

Now that I've seen this man-made rock, I will never buy real rock again ...I actually want to get rid of some of my other rock to make room for more of this. Yes it's that impressive!

All the best,


Miramichi, New Brunswick, Canada
5 November 2009

Paul's tank

posted Dec 15, 2009, 4:59 PM by admin webmaster   [ updated Dec 15, 2009, 5:08 PM ]

Being new to the saltwater hobby, I was reluctant to use a product that I was unfamiliar with. After stocking my 80 gal. with Fiji Prem. (and needing more) I thought I would try some Eco Rock. It is well covered in coralline-algae, lots of pods and far less dense than I was led to believe. I've also noticed that nuisance algae blooms associated with new setups are significantly less on the Eco Rock compared to the Fiji. A cost-effective and Enviro-friendly alternative available to hobbyists like myself.

Paul (ARRG. fishnet)

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
15 December 2009

Keegan Whalen's tank

posted Dec 14, 2009, 6:11 PM by admin webmaster   [ updated Dec 15, 2009, 4:49 PM ]

Your live rock is awesome! It's affordable and looks better than most rock taken right off the reef. Any real hobbyist who can't see the benefit of this is pretty stunned. You are enjoying nature in your home while ruining nature in the wild when you take live rock off the reef! Soon enough there won't be reef to take live rock from. It'll be in collectors tanks for private enjoyment only. Only after it's been blown up into tiny little chunks first. This cultured live rock offers a great alternative and it fills a serious need.

I'm surprised there hasn't been someone doing this before but ecoLiveRock.org has taken the bull by the horns here.

I've posted a couple tanks I set up with eco-Live-Rock, I spent less than $100 and I would have had to spend more than $300- $400 at a retail store (depending on how bad you twisted the salespersons arm)...and the rock wouldn't have been as cool looking. I know I used to work in a pet store for over two years! Typically you spend $8 per pound for good quality, nice looking live rock ("Fiji" Rock). if you know anything about retail you k now that rock doesn't come from Fiji...maybe a company named Fij, at best.
Most live rock is big and chunky but because of how this eco-Live-rock is made it tends to look considerably more ornate! Why waste your money on an inferior product. Save money, buy local, buy better quality and save the wild reefs; all while making a reef of your own!

Keegan Whalen, satisfied customer

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
14 December 2009

Christine's tank

posted Dec 14, 2009, 5:48 PM by admin webmaster   [ updated Dec 14, 2009, 8:12 PM ]

The rocks look gorgeous, they are darkening everyday! I found a little bristle worm on the big purple piece, I'm keeping it in there until I get live stock. I run an in-home daycare and the kids don't want me to get rid of it. They called it ''little teeth'' for some reason.... I get tons of compliments on my tank every time I show it.
Anyway, I'm really glad I got my rocks from you, and all my congratulations for ecoliverock! The organization must be a lot of work, and I think it is awesome to do it all to protect reefs. I hope my testimonial and pictures will be useful to your organization. I will keep sending pictures after each addition if you want.

Congratulations again, you do an incredible job!

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
14 December 2009

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