Brightwell Aquatics Neo Zeo?

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    Anyone here try this or know anything about it?
    I was reading a thread on reefcentral but couldn't find any basic information. Even the BW site didn't seem to have any info. :12:
     
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    I've heard of it.This might help http://zeovit.com/

    But what I've got from that site,is that theres stuff you've got to dose everyday.Which makes me kinda skiddish of it.
     
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    Thanks Yote, but that is actually a competitor.
    From the little I was able to pick up, Brightwell's stuff is similar but they also have some different views/techniques from the zeovit stuff. And it also sounded like BW's was cheaper.
    I have no idea about the differences in dosing between the two.
     
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    If I can catch the BWs salesman at the store,I'll try to get some info from him.
     
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    Cool, thanks Yote.
     
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    If you have lots of money, go for it. I'm trying to stay away from the expensive additives, just trying to keep it simple. I have a buddy that doses zeo in his 29g and it sounds like a chore, a few drops of this, that, etc. He does the whole 9 yards though.
     
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    Is it actually helping his tank,or is it just another money gimick?
     
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    I haven't personally seen the tank since he started, so I couldn't tell you firsthand if its good or not. He told me recently his stuff has been declining, since he's been working out of town for 3 weeks at a time. He was doing religious 20% weekly water changes, so maybe cutting them down by 1/3 has caused his corals to dive. His tank certainly doesn't look like one of those crazy German zeo systems or anything :)
     
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    Thanks for the link Capt.
     
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