Discussion in 'All In One Aquariums (AIO)' started by Tupes, Jan 19, 2017.
Did you order the tablet online or was it a local purchase ?
Im pretty much stuck on just the hydras the sps i keep will be very minimal
It was at our local bestbuy. It was the last one.
@Tupes Any update on this tank ??
Nothing yet. Ill be closer to MACNA when this happens. I want to see if there will be anything new with tanks or lights. Recently i started looking at cube aquariums also and thinking about a sump. So im still throwing a lot of options around.
What is some nice cube aquariums that wont break the bank?? This would be with a sump of course.
Forgot to specify that if i was to do a cube I would want between 50-60 gallons
Still an AIO?
I will never own another tank with clear silicone. Black silicone is the only way to go IMO. Cant stand to look at corraline covered clear silicone that cant be cleaned. In some cases black silicone means special ordering a tank. Planet Aquariums is who my last tank was from and was top notch. I also always oversize the glass thickness. I have also looked at deep blue aquariums but have never seen one in person. I believe their tanks have black silicone already. This is just my 2 cents
No w/sump. Im still on the 50 lagoon unless i find something i like better.
Thanks. Ill be sure to look into both of them and Ill definitely check out the black silicone. I know what youre talking about.
I actually built my cabinet to conceal the seams for that reason. But not a look for everyone and I get that. If I were doing a new seamless style tank, Id go black on the silicone as well.
Many people spend a ton of money on whats inside the box but skimp on the glass box in which they pit their coral and fish in. Not saying there is a right or wrong waybat all.
What about a CadLights cube?
For the long haul I would definitely spend the money on a custom cube from Planet Aquariums and probably go a little larger toward the 75 to 100 gallon range due to the ever burning desire to gain a few more gallons or inches of space. Truth is that a little larger would only take up a tiny bit more or a foot print than the original thought of 50-60 gal
The reason im thinking 60 as max is because, bigger tank = bigger equipment = moee money.....
This will only be for a couple of years since Im going to do an in-wall tank when we build..
But again Im still leaning toward the 50 lagoon unless i find a deal i cant pass up.
Don't know the budget but this popped up.
Reef ready 60 gallon cube for sale
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