new nano tank by red sea check it out

Discussion in 'Fish Tanks' started by d.french, Nov 6, 2006.

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    Looks cool but a little high on the price I think there starting to think that the Nanos are made of gold or something
     
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    looks nice got more than other nano do but i would rather make my mine.
     
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    sailfin What reef tank?

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    WOW that is pricey and just for pc lighting. You'd think it would at least come with halides.
     
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    i would rather make on with a metal halide probally could cheaper than that with stuff i got plus a aquarium cubes at glasscages.com aren't expensive at all
     
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    Not really that bad a price for an all-in-one. I paid more for an Oceanic 33g cube after adding light, skimmer, refugium, and powerheads.
     
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    I saw a proto-type at MACNA XVIII and was really impressed with how well thought out it was. It is a complete setup with lights (they showed PC's at MACNA, but I heard the final version would have T-5's), protein skimmer, multi-strip with individual switches to turn things on and off, two return pumps, timers for the lights, cooling fans, etc.
     
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