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Postby RLINDSASR » Sat Mar 30, 2013 10:09 pm

Hi everyone, dose anyone know where I can get the bennie boxes for the bettas at, thanks, rich?
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Re: BETTA BOXES

Postby RichardA » Sat Mar 30, 2013 10:51 pm

http://www.productzoo.com/catalog/buy.c ... tid=DC0480

Shipping can be a little rough, but usually not too bad considering what these run at local stores.
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Re: BETTA BOXES

Postby Mopargrrl » Sun Mar 31, 2013 2:04 am

As an alternative to beanies, check these out:

https://secure.ccwproducts.com/ccwDist/order.php

The 5 1/2" squares are a nice larger size.

I also use something very similar to the "SP25T" hand grip shape that is 3"x3"x6.5" for initially jarring juveniles. The case prices include shipping, so its generally a pretty good buy.
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Re: BETTA BOXES

Postby midwestbetta67 » Thu Apr 04, 2013 9:35 am

There is always the alternatives for younger. Granted some pros and cons versus others, but with the customer service, fast shipping, and long-time customer; I feel confident recommending Josh's Frogs ( www.joshsfrogs.com).

Usually has 190 container rounds: great height and stack-able. They won't be as stiff as the other recommendations. However, being amphibians do breathe through their skin as well, I can offer the suggestion for Fry especially. Osmoregulation with any "plastic" should be assessed. They are recyclable, reusable and many use them after a 5-10% bleach for re-use. Great Quarantine or culturing foods. Check out the section about the 32 oz containers. 100 for less than 20$. Impeccable Customer Service and same day shipping. There are some box styles that work well for many uses. I would say that is the most "flimsy" feel, yet has its advantages as well. Plus, the poitns program does come in handy once you keep ordering. Many different products useful for this hobby; therefore here is some alternatives. The original question is great, although I would hesitate for anything but males mainly, many cost-effective solutions out there (www.joshsfrogs.com/containers/multi-use ... iners.html). ;)
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Re: BETTA BOXES

Postby mikeamcbrien » Fri Apr 12, 2013 2:31 pm

Mopargrrl wrote:As an alternative to beanies, check these out:

https://secure.ccwproducts.com/ccwDist/order.php

The 5 1/2" squares are a nice larger size.

I also use something very similar to the "SP25T" hand grip shape that is 3"x3"x6.5" for initially jarring juveniles. The case prices include shipping, so its generally a pretty good buy.


I would also like to point out that these have rounded corners, which makes them MUCH easier to clean :D
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