Apex Trident

Dany Estrada

Ritteri18
BRS Member
#3
Same Thas what I being telling people I wanna see people experiencing how they like it trouble shootings and stuff like that I dont wanna be that person If you have a problme with these item since neptune take their sweet time for taking care of you so Im gona wait before I pull the trigger
 

Cisco_reef

Well-Known Member
BRS Member
#5
I was so hyped on getting this thing that after watching Neptune’s live feed. I wasn’t so hyped about it any more than there is a huge window for Error. If they say it has to get serviced every 12-24 months and the reagents are extremely fragile. You have really take the leap of faith that you trident will eventually fail in just a few months before serving and hope the mailman delivering you reagents isn’t pissed off that day and decide to uppercut your “special delivery” lol


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dz6t

Acro Garden, BRS Sponsor
BRS Member
#8
I am waiting to see how accurate these tests are.
One of the big selling points is that Trident can be linked to the APEx dosers.
I want to see who is the brave soul that will take that risk.


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Chris A.

Formally toomanyfish
BRS Member
Officer
#9
There’s a lot of beta testers doing it already. I don’t trust the apex 100% , why would I trust the trident. Stuff is always glitchy on the apex.
 

dz6t

Acro Garden, BRS Sponsor
BRS Member
#10
Based on the sales, it looks like Wii launched many years ago. Even a guy put one on ebay for a grand.


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dz6t

Acro Garden, BRS Sponsor
BRS Member
#12
It is not the APEX itself, it is how accurate the Teident is.


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Alex

Well-Known Member
BRS Member
#13
Was referring to the "I don't trust the APEX" comment. I agree I wouldn't have it controlling my dosing but I have never had a problem with the core controller itself.
 
#15
It took Neptune a looooong time to release this. That tells me that they had a hard time figuring this out. I'm willing to bet that they finally said "good enough."
 

ReeferSutherland

Well-Known Member
BRS Member
#16
I was going to get one right away, but there seems to be some real cost commitments and questions still to be answered. I get that Neptune has to keep proprietary information, but they took the entire design from some guy who built it by himself. There are some other options besides the Trident. I think GHL is one. Not sure how the alternatives stack up, but one doesn’t even use reagents. The Abex Xeptra or something like that. Might be worth waiting for.


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