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Competition sponsored by Newbreed Aquatics

http://newbreedaquatics.com.au/

 

Ladies and gentlemen the competition has begun. Somewhere hidden under these tiles are the following prizes - 

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3. 4 Blue Bolt Juvies or 5 Blonde OEBT or 2 PRL. You will need to pay $20 postage to claim this prize. 

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How to play -

Each member can pick one tile per day however you must ensure you check what everyone else has picked as i will not advise you. 

Once you pick your tile for the day you can  NOT edit your post. Any edited post will not be counted.

I will advise everyone when a prize has been located by a member. There is only one of each available.

To be eligible to play this competition you must have a minimum of 10 posts on the forum.

Other moderators are eligible to play.

 

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Dont forgwt this board ia broken there is 2 B14 i think. Forgot to fix lol

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1 hour ago, OzShrimp said:

@Disciple whats that white stick thing and the gold packet of what looks like food?

I can answer that.

 

the white stick thing is a TDS pen.

http://newbreedaquatics.com.au/xiao-mi-tds-meter-preorder-.html?category_id=54

 

And the packet, with a bit of gold colour next to that TDS pen is a pack of Alder cones.

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2 hours ago, OzShrimp said:

@Disciple whats that white stick thing and the gold packet of what looks like food?

Hey @OzShrimp

As Jayc mentioned. It is a TDS pen and Alder cones. The other items are :

a. Benibachi Planaria Zero https://newbreedaquatics.com.au/benibachi-planaria-zero-20g.html

b. Benibachi Red Bee Ambitious Food https://newbreedaquatics.com.au/benibachi-red-bee-ambitious-food-30g.html

 

In the Second lot of prices the items are:

a. Benibachi Bee Max Powder https://newbreedaquatics.com.au/benibachi-bee-max-30g.html?category_id=19

b. Benibachi Mineral Powder https://newbreedaquatics.com.au/benibachi-mineral-powder-50g-.html

c. Lowkeys Baby Bee Shelter https://newbreedaquatics.com.au/lowkeys-baby-bee-shelter-flower-10-shelters-loose-preorder-.html?category_id=15

d. Shrimp Cave 3 https://newbreedaquatics.com.au/up-aqua-shrimp-cave-small-3-caves-clone-.html

This was all supplied by Newbreed Aquatics & @newbreed. Thanks for the support and awesome prizes. Please check out the website www.newbreedaquatics.com.au

No winners so far.

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Got excited gettimg quoted! Gonna sit in the corner andcry now lol.

Thanks for answering :)

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I think this is the most participants we have had in one of these comps. Great to see!

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10 hours ago, OzShrimp said:

Got excited gettimg quoted! Gonna sit in the corner andcry now lol.

Thanks for answering :)

Hope this quote doesn't get your hopes up too Shaun! Lol

and the Xiaomi testers are awesome, great accuracy and much easier to hold than the other models. (Ps. I am not a hand model, lol)

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Tds at 36 was for my Zebra tank. 

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I bought one of those TDS meters and really like it.

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9 hours ago, jc12 said:

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Congrats @jc12

You are the winner of price number 2. Please pm me your details.

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A8 rock on jamie

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1 minute ago, Disciple said:

Congrats @jc12

You are the winner of price number 2. Please pm me your details.

Wohoo!!! I thought you were trying to get me excited like how Jamie quoted OzShrimp!!! Haha. Thank you. :)

Again Jamie, thank you for sponsoring the prizes. I was planning to order something from you so can I please ask you to hold off sending me the prize until I place the order in a day or two?

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