Aqua Journal (in English)

Discussion in 'General Planted Tank Discussions' started by ulster exile, 16 May 2008.

  1. ulster exile

    ulster exile Member

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    I wonder if anybody here has sourced a decent supply of Aqua Journals in English (my Japanese isn't upto much :? ). I know Aquaessentials do them for £6.99 each, but as I'm far from loaded I can't really afford to be paying these sorts of prices tbh.

    Having seen the magazines in the flesh at TGM I can imagine spending hours pouring over them (not literally of course).

    I realise the AE price may be a standard price, given that they're no longer printed (I think) but it would be ever so nice if there was a secret stash somewhere that I could buy into :lol: Oh and if anyone has any cheap Victorian 4 bed villas with a couple of acres of countryside to go with it, I have a couple of pounds change in my pocket spare for that too :lol:
     
  2. Dan Crawford

    Dan Crawford Founder Staff Member

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    As far as im aware it's all about TGM and AE. Someone may have one you could borrow but as far as secret stashes i don;t know of any and trust me the stash would be empty if I knew about it LOL
     
  3. LondonDragon

    LondonDragon Administrator Staff Member

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    I have looked around also and haven't found any secret staches either lol but then again if I told you it wouldn't be a secret :p
     
  4. George Farmer

    George Farmer Founder Staff Member

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    I've got my secret stash back from Jeremy Gay, after about 6 months of waiting!

    £6.99 isn't cheap, but the originals are expensive too because of the higher quality printing etc. The paper is better than most books.
     
  5. ulster exile

    ulster exile Member

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    Oh well it was worth a shot :lol: Having seen and felt the Journal I do agree it is good quality. I think one of the things that surprised me when I had a quick gander was seeing things like drop checkers mentioned in 1999 when they seemed (to me) to pretty much explode as a "new" piece of kit not all that long ago.
     
  6. George Farmer

    George Farmer Founder Staff Member

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    They've been around since the 80s. The 4dKH solution is relatively new, although Dennerle have supplied their own vials of dropper solution for years too.
     

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