Fallponics RDWC reviews

fragileassassin

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@fragileassassin will open his own shop, but I haven't seen something that offers the level of convenience he does.
Its funny that you said this today and I havent really been on here in months. I was just discussing this again with the wife again today.
Its still a goal, but I think its a little further off than I hoped as we are selling this house and moving again sometime hopefully this fall.
Ive been looking at wholesale pricing and what items id start with, making jigs to offer pre-drilled bucket options ect. So I definitely still want to do this and have a solid idea of how, but its still a ways off.
 

redi jedi

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Its funny that you said this today and I havent really been on here in months. I was just discussing this again with the wife again today.
Its still a goal, but I think its a little further off than I hoped as we are selling this house and moving again sometime hopefully this fall.
Ive been looking at wholesale pricing and what items id start with, making jigs to offer pre-drilled bucket options ect. So I definitely still want to do this and have a solid idea of how, but its still a ways off.
When I was trying to get ez store buckets I was thinking the same thing, had to buy a pallet of buckets
 
@fragileassassin definitely makes sense, it's not something that can just be jumped into without a lot of interest to begin with to offset all the time and energy needed to do something like that. I think what makes or kills these kind of things is how many people are interested and how much of a cut you need to take to make it profitable for the effort you put in.
 

SmittyB..

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Wouldn’t have had the patience to grow and manage this jungle without @fragileassassin help on diy rdwc. I just used grommets which are cheap prolly 20-30 buck in pvc and fittings main expense was me going with the jebao pump. Which was 100 and something I would’ve just bought Gary’s as well. I like the man seems super laid back. There’s something about his voice that kinda perks my interest. Maybe his slight slur with maybe northern ish accent idk. Keeps me in there tho. Sorry I’m rambling on but you have to know I’m smoking so I get chatty. Best part about building trial and error, knowing your system and having the ability to fully customize it.

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shabazz47

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Anybody else have trouble with the active aqua pump (for waterfall) came home and mine was making a horrible grinding noise and the flow of water was greatly diminished. I am looking for an upgraded pump, does it matter which I choose?
 

SmittyB..

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Anybody else have trouble with the active aqua pump (for waterfall) came home and mine was making a horrible grinding noise and the flow of water was greatly diminished. I am looking for an upgraded pump, does it matter which I choose?
jebao brand
 

ZenWolf

Member
I ended up buying the system from Gary , priced everything out he isnt making very much off of it. It was alot easier for me , we are tight on space over here. Figured I watched enough of his videos it's also a support thing.

His system is Amazing , took me a minute to figure out some things as Im new to growing but after I got my temperature solid she has been running smooth. I bought the 4 unit 13 gallon system and I attached a reservoir top off system with it. I have a 1/4 hp ecoplus water chiller attached.
Yeah I'm pricing out copying but customizing the setup and I'm not ending up beating his price by much after accounting for all the details. And especially if I throw in the cost for the odd tool and my time.

There's a lot of overpriced DWC systems being sold out there. I don't include this one being anywhere near being overpriced.

Plus he even encourages people to find parts locally for cheaper even. I have a really hard time bashing him or this system design in any way. It's well thought out and no BS.
 
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