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BRS now has BRS Fresh

Art

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  • Oct 29, 2022
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    While I encourage members to support the planted aquarium companies that support our hobby and this site, I do want to share that Bulk Reef Supply has a freshwater section now. It's called BRS Fresh. If you don't know them, BRS disrupted the reef retail business. I wonder if they will be as successful in the freshwater side.
     
    Interesting for sure. I see most of their lights are the big names in the saltwater side that are slowly trying to get into freshwater. (AI Prime, Radion Gen5, Kessil A80 Tuna Sun and AquaMax). For the most part we do not hear or see many people using them. Once in a blue moon someone will pop up that has them. I see two reasons: 1st the color rendition, dont know about the par but suspect its adiquite. These lights down right make the tank look hiddious. 2nd and the biggest is price. Heck I could buy 2x Chihiros LEDs or even 2x NetLea LEDs for the price of one Radion Gen 5 :unsure::unsure::unsure:
    They have a very long way to go to compete with even AquaRocks Colorado, BucePlant and the rest of the freshwater stores.
     
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