The new realistic Frag Cave from Eshopps takes the concept of ceramic frag mounts which have been popping up all over the place and plasters their bare ceramic surface with natural grey and modest pink coloration. From the looks of the promotional image the appearance of these Frag Caves equal or best the decently colored Red Sea artificial live rock. Since Eshopps is better known as a plastic product Co. we expect these arch shaped frag stations to also be made of some kind of plastic resin type material. The Frag Cave will be on display at this weekend’s upcoming MACNA conference but the product will not start distributing until November. We’ll hammer down some more details this weekend from Atlantic City and let you know how these look “in-the-flesh” and what kind of pricing these will be carrying. Since the Frag Cave holds 12 frag plugs it’s inconceivable that Eshopps will not also soon be releasing some frag plugs of their own that fit neatly into the new faux-rock creation. Inset picture shows a few frags on the Frag Cave in the center with real live rock supporting it.