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Donny041280
Hello,
Need info bout SVCBR
japanese, thai, chinese ranchu with
contest grade, show grade and ordinary..
i'll bet every LFS will put it different price, but pls give me a hint for average price..

Thx a lot rolleyes.gif
CHLeong
QUOTE(Donny041280 @ Fri, 23 Oct 2009 1:50 am) *

Hello,
Need info bout SVCBR
japanese, thai, chinese ranchu with
contest grade, show grade and ordinary..
i'll bet every LFS will put it different price, but pls give me a hint for average price..

Thx a lot rolleyes.gif


I am mystified by such thing as contest grade, show grade and ordinary. First, there is no such certified person to classified it. Second, basically there is not guide lines to differentiate between comp and show grade. Thirdly, CBR are just too young to be classified as comp or show grade.

It would better to the classify them based on quality in respect to the generally perception. Example like no deformity, good colours and patterns, nice scalation, balance Body/Wen/Finage and Swimming. Finally, good price! Ha
Donny041280
QUOTE(CHLeong @ Fri, 23 Oct 2009 1:51 pm) *

I am mystified by such thing as contest grade, show grade and ordinary. First, there is no such certified person to classified it. Second, basically there is not guide lines to differentiate between comp and show grade. Thirdly, CBR are just too young to be classified as comp or show grade.

It would better to the classify them based on quality in respect to the generally perception. Example like no deformity, good colours and patterns, nice scalation, balance Body/Wen/Finage and Swimming. Finally, good price! Ha

Ooh, thx for the info, and could u pls tell me the cheapest and the most expensive side view ranchu price? (2 inch)

Just need to now the pricing in s'pore LFS lah.. Want to try the good quality ones
Donny041280
Ok thx, could u tell me the cheapest and the most expensive svr? Just need to know the pricing in s'pore lfs

If the budget is right, i buy..if not, wish there someone in this forum kind enough to.. tongue.gif
bekko
Normally, the best fish will not be sold at two inches. The breeder will sell off the lesser quality to make room for the best fish which are kept for growing to a larger size.

-steve
Donny041280
Whoa,
Steve then how much the avg price for the show quality adult ranchu?
SVR only, coz show quality TVR is way2 beyond my budget, and i don't have a pond to enjoy them

Thx a lot
CHLeong
QUOTE(Donny041280 @ Fri, 23 Oct 2009 11:57 pm) *

Ok thx, could u tell me the cheapest and the most expensive svr? Just need to know the pricing in s'pore lfs

If the budget is right, i buy..if not, wish there someone in this forum kind enough to.. tongue.gif


Prices is very subjective and sensitive issues. Personally, I would say from SGD15.00 to SGD150, that is my comfort zone. biggrin.gif
Donny041280
SGD 150?! The ranchu can fly or talk?smile.gif how big for 150? 3,5 inch?
What a pricey hobby
rvn85
i have seen ranchus more ex than 150 at some LFs. but those sizes bigger than my hand. hmmm for really babies...at fish farms is less than $2 for 1. tts wad i've observed. but depends on quality as well lah!
white horse T1
QUOTE(Donny041280 @ Sun, 25 Oct 2009 10:30 pm) *
SGD 150?! The ranchu can fly or talk? smile.gif how big for 150? 3,5 inch?
What a pricey hobby




beauty in the eyes of beholder.

to some $150 is cheap. all is relative to the quality and the criteria u used to judge at the spur of the moment.



to a common man, $2 fish is no different from $150 fish.

expensive fish does not mean it is of good quality.

even at $150 and for the quality whom one think is good, the fish may not win competition also.

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too subjective.



to put it safely, u can use the commercial "showclass" , "AAA", "AA" title used by the Thai to put a price tag but the quality is all yr judgement call.



some hobbists here have bought good quality fish at < S$20 and won in compeitition. they are not even tagged with AAA or "showclass" label.

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what i do is, the higher the price, the selection criteria will be more stringent and will start looking out for present and possible flaws on the fish and whether i can accept the flaws at the high price..... that's why usually i buy cheaper fish....less stress. rolleyes.gif







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