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aquatictec
12/16/2009, 11:54 AM
We have uncured Fiji rock available in 50 lb boxes for $3.25/lb
uncured Totoka rock in 50 lb boxes for $4.20/lb
At this price you must take the whole box



Fully cured rock in many types from $2.99 to $10.00/lb

Aquatic Technology
26966 Royalton Road
Columbia Station, OH 44028
(440) 236 8330

Sweetlou
12/17/2009, 02:56 PM
How much for shipping to 83642.. or is this pick up only? Thanks

aquatictec
12/18/2009, 01:10 PM
We usually ship only the fully cured rock from our store.

The uncured rock ships from Los Angeles and is less costly but you are responsible for the freight. From Los Angeles Fiji rock starts at $2.45/lb and goes down as you buy more boxes. Totoka rock starts at $3.20/lb for 1 box plus freight. The boxes for both rocks are running about 50 lbs. You have to buy full boxes.

Fiji and Totoka rock can be shipped Fedex to your door or airport to airport.
Airport to airport typically runs 80 cents to $1.00/lb (by the time you add on all their surcharges) with a 100 lb minimum. They will ship less but they will charge you for 100 lbs.

Fedex runs between 69 cents and $1.65/lb depending on you location and the service level.

jheo21
03/03/2014, 06:00 PM
Hi

I have 50g tank and thinking to go with Totoka rocks.
How much pound do I need for my tank, and how much pound per box? for both cured and uncred.
How much is Fedex to 94568?

Thanks

aquatictec
03/04/2014, 01:32 PM
I have 50g tank and am thinking about using Totoka rocks.
How many pounds do I need for my tank, and how many pound are in a box? for both cured and uncured.
How much is Fedex to 94568?

Fresh Totoka wont be available for a few weeks
The uncured boxes weight about 50 lbs
You can purchase fully cured rock from our store in any amount you want
We have to ship fully cured rock in the winter via airport to airport
air freight for a 100 lbs or less runs around $130.00
FedEx freight on the uncured rock varies but will probably be around 55 cents per lb

Usually a pound per gallon works well

Dmorty217
03/05/2014, 01:02 PM
I'm looking for a show piece or two for my 220g do you have large pieces available? For instance I have a piece that weighs 26lbs but is more compact, I'm looking for large pieces of 2ft or more