|Fish Type||Marine Fish, Tropical Freshwater||Tropical Freshwater||Tropical Freshwater||Tropical Freshwater||Tropical Freshwater|
|Aquarium Type||Saltwater, Freshwater||Freshwater||Freshwater||Freshwater||Freshwater|
The reviews and pictures show a group of smaller-medium sized rocks adding up to 40lbs. I recieved my order today its 3 massive ugly rocks. Don't waste your money or time buying this product.
This rock was a really good value. I wanted to create my own aquascape and needed rock I could break into unique shapes. Customers should understand that this comes in 2-3 huge chunks of rock. You will need to break this rock up some if you don't want huge boulders in your tank. However, this rock was REALLY hard to break. I was able to use a hammer and chisel to get some chunks off but understand, it takes alot of work. Overall, great value for the money.
I sent one rock and it weighed 4.5 lbs. The picture showed multiple rocks and said forty pounds. I got one rock! The rock is really nice, wish there were 40lbs.
Arrived as described. 2 large rocks. Perfect for large tank.
For a 40lb box, we expected several rocks, however, there were only 3 massive rocks that do not fit our tank.
My rocks pieces are massive and I could of break into smaller ones but kept how it is. Overall looks amazing in my 75g tank
This is my second time purchasing this stuff. I’m in college and hate to spend more money than I have to. I found this to be the cheapest thing on the entire internet. People complain about the size but what do you honestly expect for rock this cheap? I just bought a $5 chisel and actually glued some of the rocks together to create cool shapes. I’ve been waiting a long time to make this review so I would have a pic of the finished product. This stuff is awesome. Sponsor me natures ocean
I got these because they were significantly lower in price compared to the other ones. They are cheaper but unless you want large boulders in your tank it’s not worth it. First of all, they are very dense, not as porus as pictured. Breaking them into smaller peaces and putting it together to make semi-decent rock-scape took several hours and it was quite messy; not to mention you will also need a bonding agent (epoxy or aquarium cement), super glue, a big hammer, eye protection, etc… All things considered, ready made rock is probably a better buy…
I had received 3 huge chunks of rock which I had to break with a hammer and make a bunch of smaller ones so they would fit in my current aquascape. My only complaint would be that shipping took a couple extra days but that's to be expected with today's times.
First of all it looks totally different in person. There are zero holes on it, it’s just smooth rock covered in layers of this dust. And 2. There was just two massive pieces in my box. And a small one about a inch in length. I thought this rock would come in like the pictures and be different in sizes and there would be a variety of rocks, but there wasn’t. Bought this to add to my 90 gallon tank but if there are not two rocks this isn’t going to add to the rock that I already have. Would not recommend to anybody.