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Neros503

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The pods are bred in sterile, clean pod only tanks. It'll be fine. I've purchased pods many times with no problems. If you want to make extra sure they're disease free, then you can QT them;)
 

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I just bought some of tommy's pods, they should be here wednesday so cant speak to quality yet. But i have also tried both algae barn and reef cleaner pods. Both are pretty good.
 

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AlgaeBarn's pods are clean without can contaminates and are packed in clean saltwater before they are shipped (not the water they are cultured in)

 
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Generally speaking i would not be too concerned buying for anyone who is culturing them for sale. Maybe if it is some random guy down the street who is shaking out his ich infested cheato full of pods into a bag for you, but otherwise i dont see it as a risk.

Personally i have had good luck with reef nutrition and algaebarn. Felt like i got more bang for the buck with reef nutrition, but also will say that Algae Barn had fantastic customer service when i had an issue with an order. Would not hesitate to get either. Also like using them because i see them both answering questions on these forums even when it someone needing help culturing their own and i greatly appreciate that
 

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Generally speaking i would not be too concerned buying for anyone who is culturing them for sale. Maybe if it is some random guy down the street who is shaking out his ich infested cheato full of pods into a bag for you, but otherwise i dont see it as a risk.

Personally i have had good luck with reef nutrition and algaebarn. Felt like i got more bang for the buck with reef nutrition, but also will say that Algae Barn had fantastic customer service when i had an issue with an order. Would not hesitate to get either. Also like using them because i see them both answering questions on these forums even when it someone needing help culturing their own and i greatly appreciate that
We really appreciate the kind words. It means a lot! ;Happy

If you ever have any questions or an issue with an order, don't hesitate to reach out. We always make it right. :cool:

Best,
Chad & Team Reef Nutrition
 

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Just don't lend out your pods to strangers...

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I bought reef amphipods from https://ipsf.com/ - can’t recommend them enough. They also usually send more than what you need, which is nice. Size ranges of the pods were from smallish to some big suckers.

If they would update their website and ordering form they would probably get more business. It was terrible 10 years ago and it hasn't changed at all in that time.

I do agree I love their quality in general.
 
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