Dive into the world of reef-keeping with the Coral Placement Starter Pack by Printed Reef. Designed for both beginners and seasoned aquarists, this pack is the ultimate tool for coral placement in your aquarium.
Why Choose the Coral Placement Starter Pack?
Generous Quantities: The pack includes 3 of each essential item, ensuring you have ample tools for your coral placement needs.
Essentials Included: This advanced starter pack encompasses the essentials for coral placement in your tank. You'll receive 3 Frag Plug Sand Stands, 3 Rock Holders, and 3 SPS mounts.
Innovative Sand Stands: Our sand stands are not just simplistic tools; they offer secure placement for your coral frag plugs anywhere on your sand bed. With a unique cut-out design, they ensure a snug fit for your frag plugs, protecting your corals from being toppled by fish or cleaning crew.
Flexible Rock Holders: Mounting corals on rock work is now easier than ever. Our rock holders allow for flexible placement, ensuring your corals remain where you want them. Plus, with their easy-to-use design, you can change the coral placement whenever you wish.
Direct Coral Mounting with SPS Mounts: Ditch traditional methods and glue your corals directly onto our SPS frag mounts. These mounts offer endless possibilities for coral placement, making your reef-keeping hobby even more enjoyable.
Quality Assurance: All our products are made with 100% reef-safe PETG high-quality filament, ensuring the safety and well-being of your marine life.
Where should coral be placed in a tank?
Coral placement depends on the type of coral and its lighting and flow requirements. However, with our Coral Placement Starter Pack, you have the flexibility to place corals almost anywhere in your tank.
What corals to add first?
Beginners can start with hardy corals like zoanthids, mushrooms, and green star polyps, which are included in some of our other packs.
Where do you put Duncan coral?
Duncan corals prefer moderate flow and lighting. They can be placed in the middle of the tank.
Where do you put leather coral in a tank?
Leather corals are adaptable but generally prefer a spot with moderate flow and lighting.