Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Boston Aquatics Stony Coral Cutters - Black

Boston Aqua Farms black Stony Coral Cutters are designed specifically for cutting small polyp stony corals. These cutters are electroplated and more durable, made from the highest quality surgical stainless steel by one of the finest surgical tool manufacturers in the world.

Features a grippy handle for better control when wet, a high quality coiled spring (no cheap wire springs here), a handle catch for safe storage and a flatter cutting head to more easily get between coral branches. You won't find a better designed implement for cutting SPS corals.

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Boston Aquatics Stony Coral Cutters in black are a must-have tool for coral enthusiasts and aquarium keepers. The sleek black design adds a touch of style to functionality. These cutters are crafted with precision, making them ideal for maintaining and fragging stony corals in your aquarium. The ergonomic handle ensures a comfortable grip during use. Users praise the durability and sharpness of the cutters, making coral maintenance tasks efficient and precise. If you're serious about coral care, Boston Aquatics Stony Coral Cutters in black are a reliable choice for your aquarium toolkit.

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