Yes they are expensive- ive seen all his products first hand when i was fortunate enough to visit Japan. All his products are top notch! I have a broucher i was able to pick up in july and i think there may be some info on there...i'll see what i can find.IUnknown said:
You can get a pretty nice trimmng kit (10 inch) from RobertH at aquabotanic.com for about 35 USD. Very good quality, and proably about 1/10 the cost.IUnknown said:This is what I want,
ADA is priced high, from what I hear, because its a status thing in Japan. That along with the currency exchange makes their products very expensive for us. Your paying for the name. So much so, that I have been making the stuff myself for much less (Lillie pipes, pendant hangers, cabinets). These type of glass pipes cost $70 each in Japan,You can get a pretty nice trimming kit (10 inch) from RobertH at aquabotanic.com for about 35 USD. Very good quality, and proably about 1/10 the cost.
Yeah I use it. I was kind of joking, but if you ran a aquascaping business, it sure would be cool bringing that briefcase to the customers place.That tool kit was replicated in US and is available