Check out this nano tank

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    Zissou What about my dynamite? VIP Member

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    Pretty sweet. I don't like the shape of the black backing or the in-your-face aqua medic logo on the front of it but it's a nice looking setup for sure.
     
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    i dont like the back kind of ruins the tank
     
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    I like the taller black back. It hides the equipment chamber behind it.
    The logo is can probably be removed or its easy enough to cover in black vinyl or with a sticker of your choice. I agree, wish it wasn't there... but it wouldn't be a deal breaker for me.
     
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    also for that price id like to see a better looking light setup, but i like the layout of everything in it
     
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    I like it but the price.What is that symbol,euros or something else.If it is euros then 340 translate into what $500 US?
     
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    Ya, its about $500 usd.
    Pricey.

    But i haven't seen something so complete in such a small package.
     
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    Okay,too rich for my blood.
     
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    I eventually want one of these zero edge tanks they have one at my local store with a kick ass LED light over it the corals look amazing. This is from the zeroedge website

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    David (dcantucson) has a Zero Edge! I think overall, he has been very happy with it and recommends the tank.
     
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    Yes I do! Just check those check valves on at least a weekly basis. Amber you would love one.
     
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    I still want to know how you clean the glass and do you have to clean both sides? :D

    And my dogs would just lick it all day. I'd come home to dehydrated dogs (saltwater) and no water in my tank. :lol:
     
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    I have wondered this also!
     
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    Yes you do have to clean both sides. But the outside side is extremely easy. You just have to wipe it off once a week. No scrubbing.
     
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    The way the lights are looks weird to me to be honest. It's a nice tank though!
     
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    Zeroedge = many jumping fish
     
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    Yes lol it would be a no fish reef if I got one
     
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    It is true that there are some types of fish you can't really keep (especially gobies) but I really love Tangs and they are absoultely no problem. Besides sometimes the cats need a snack or two. :lol:
     
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    id think wrass's would be a pain i dont know how many times ive pulled my cleaner wrass out of the overflow, good thing i got a screen!
     
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