(Posted on 3/4/14)
Comments: Wish the magnet was a bit stronger to handle thicker glass, but no other options available. So I just had to make it work as best as possible.
Pros & Cons
(Posted on 10/31/13)
Comments: Pros: Light weight, clean, lots of holes for frags
Cons: Magnets should be stronger cause sometime my MP40's could blow it off the glass!! The frag holes are small and there is a very high chance that other frags will NOT fit
I just went on the Eshopps site and ordered a pack of there plugs. A pack of 24 for like $10 shipped!
Very handy item to have!
(Posted on 4/20/13)
Comments: I purchased this Frag Rack due to my large Turbo Snails/Large Tangs knocking over my frags/Coral. I was hesitant at first due to the fact that it was going to go onto my 180g Aquarium. After having the Rack sit in my room for a few weeks, I decided to give it a go! With 2 MP40w Pumps on this Aquarium, and the Rack placed under one of them, and after a few minutes of watching W/ the Rack holding 8+ Plugs, I was assured it wasn't going anywhere. Now a month later it is still holding up great! The only problem at all I had was that the Rack doesn't fit all Brands of Plugs, but not that big of deal! Thanks,
Eshopps frag rack
(Posted on 4/11/13)
Comments: Magnets are very weak
Works with Eshopps frag plugs only unless you make holes larger
Would not recommend
could be better
(Posted on 3/31/13)
Comments: The magnets are a little weak. I have a 55gal glass tank. I don't know how thick, but it's nothing special. Out the box, the tray had a hard time staying stable in the current.
The plastic over the magnets breaks easily. I dropped one and it broke right away when it landed on plywood. At least now, without the plastic over the base of the magnets (I broke the other one purposefully), they stay with much greater force. I also had to drill a few holes to accommodate larger plugs. I'd buy one again, but I'd mod it before use.