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Mike 12-06-2006 05:24 PM

Can anyone recommend a complete saltwater nano kit?
 
Hi,

Can anyone recommend a complete saltwater nano kit that has everything (or as much as possible) necessary built in or included? A link to a place to purchase it would be great. After sending me their list of demands, my family has asked for my wish list... they're gonna get it :)

Thanks!

Mike

usmc121581 12-06-2006 05:26 PM

http://www.liveaquaria.com/general/g...al_pagesid=216

Mike 12-06-2006 05:36 PM

Thanks, usmc! Any idea where I can get a 24 gallon one? It seems the largest they sell is 12.

usmc121581 12-06-2006 05:37 PM

I look

Mike 12-06-2006 05:56 PM

What do you think of this one? I'm sure it's way more than anyone is interested or able to spend on me, but perhaps I can get a contribution :)

http://www.reefsaltwateraquarium.com...um_System.html

Melissa 12-06-2006 06:45 PM

it looks/sounds like a really nice tank.

caferacermike 12-06-2006 08:29 PM

The Aquapod is an awesoem setup but................. for such a small tank it is open top. Many of the smaller nano type fish are knwon as jumpers. I'll look around for others as I've seen some nice ones for $100.

I recommend JBJ for one reason. Because of the aftermarket goodies. Check out http://nanotuners.nanocustoms.com for an idea of what is going on with JBJ these days. I have an offer on about the best built unit ever for cheap if you want more info.

Mike 12-06-2006 08:58 PM

Hi, I'd love more info. I looked at the JBJ but the lighting didn't seem as good as the aquapod. I'll ask for whatever you guys think is best. I just want it to be as all inclusive a unit as possible :)

Quote:

Originally Posted by caferacermike
The Aquapod is an awesoem setup but................. for such a small tank it is open top. Many of the smaller nano type fish are knwon as jumpers. I'll look around for others as I've seen some nice ones for $100.

I recommend JBJ for one reason. Because of the aftermarket goodies. Check out http://nanotuners.nanocustoms.com for an idea of what is going on with JBJ these days. I have an offer on about the best built unit ever for cheap if you want more info.


usmc121581 12-07-2006 07:45 AM

Some LFS aeound here are selling full nanos fully stocked and everything for like 300-500 dollars. You should look around at you LFS to.

spammy 12-18-2006 01:48 AM

i work at a pet store and we just switched from selling nano cubes to aquapods - they are a little better made from what i hear. i like how the nano cube has the top closed and stuff though. these tanks are really easy to take care of. just be careful of what you put in it since its tiny. i have a deluxe 12g nano cube and it works great. i got mine when it was already set up with live rock, snails, crabs, and shrimp, and it came with the stand with the cabinet for $180.


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