Unipac Website

Discussion in 'General Planted Tank Discussions' started by Joecoral, 30 Sep 2008.

  1. Joecoral

    Joecoral Member

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    For those who are interested, seems Unipac have finally got a website, which contains the full range of products
    http://www.unipacpet.co.uk/products_01.html

    Curiously, the website says the 2-3mm gravel only comes in 12.5kg sacks, and not 25kg. Is this true?
     
  2. UNIPAC

    UNIPAC Newly Registered

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    Well spotted about the weight of the packs! ~ a quirk of combining more than one type of product on one web page.

    The Black, Brilliant White and Black and White Mix are in fact also available in 25kg size. The fluorescent colours in Microgravel range are not.
     
  3. aaronnorth

    aaronnorth Member

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    Will you ever be selling unipac products from your site?
     
  4. UNIPAC

    UNIPAC Newly Registered

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    Unlikely in the near future as we are manufacturers and distributors and consequently deal mainly with wholesalers and larger aquatic retailers. Regrettably our company infrastructure is not geared to selling directly to individuals. However, we are currently seeking reliable and trustworthy online businesses who can stock and sell our products. A large range of UNIPAC products are however available from the majority of Maidenhead Aquatics and World of Water stores. The Green Machine is not a bad bet either.
     
  5. Garuf

    Garuf Member

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    I'd like to be able to get my hands on some some sumatra wood, I'd like to see AE or Greenmachine sell that as it's very reasonable in price and great to scape with.
     
  6. aaronnorth

    aaronnorth Member

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    My local maidenhead dont stock it :(
     
  7. R1ch13

    R1ch13 Member

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    Id love to get a hold of some of the sumatra wood too for my 120cm scape.

    I live in scotland and as far as i know there are no world of water or madien head aquatics nearby :(

    So im kind of stuck in a rutt for hardscape.
     
  8. Steve Smith

    Steve Smith Member

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    I'm going to see if my LFS will get some UNIPAC stuff in. Love the sumatra wood, but really like Zambezi sand and some of the others. There is one which I don't know the name of, but I want to know if it's inert or if it'll affect water chemistry (looks like it might have crush shells in it but I can't tell).
     
  9. Fred Dulley

    Fred Dulley Member

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    The new Iron wood looks awesome on TGM website.
     
  10. aaronnorth

    aaronnorth Member

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    not so awesome price though :wideyed:
     
  11. R1ch13

    R1ch13 Member

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    Exactly hahaha!

    And id need tonnes for my 120cm :(
     

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