Neptune Aquatics?

BenR7132

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Picking up a skimmer from Mr. Pluto in Santa Clara in the morning...thinking about stopping by Neptune Aquatics in Milpitas while I am down there. Is it worth a visit? Appreciate any views!

Ben
 

marioensf

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I think yes!

I was kind of venturing into buying the business when it was for sale and looked like it had lots of potential and seems they are doing a nice job so it's worth it if you are in the area
 

MPeer

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I was there today and they just picked up a bunch of new coral frags (nice ones too!). I highly recommend the place and they are very nice people who takes the time to answer your questions.
 

maydodo

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I go there often. They have a large variety of corals, lots of nice and affordable frags.

Very nice folks
 

africangrey

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Yeah I highly recommend Neptune System, Robert who took over the ownership 4 months ago, is a reef hobbist and have improved the store with better lighting and filtration system to house the various coral he gets in regularily. I was there last night to pick up a frag of blue polyped encrusting monti for $20, and Robert spent at least half hour introduced the store and care enough to ask if I have proper system to support this light loving SPS.
 

Elite

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Cool Thanks man... That is pretty odd hours for weekdays.. I guess this is not his full time job :) ..
 

BenR7132

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I ended up going, and Robert was a star and had a good selection of very reasonably priced stuff. Highly recommended - a small shop, but some cool little stuff. Robert says he hand pics his corals in LA on Fridays, so hit the place early Saturday!
 

GreshamH

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<a href=showthread.php?s=&postid=12905280#post12905280 target=_blank>Originally posted</a> by africangrey
What does this mean?

Slim pickings or the 104th st part? 104th St is where the majority of MO wholesalers are located. Most are fairly picked over on fridays.
 
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