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post #1 of 2 Old 03-03-2012, 07:17 PM Thread Starter
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Cool little nano tank!

Hey all, I found out about a neat little nano tank just today. It's called a TMC MicroHabitat 15, and I think it's a steal. For around 125 US dollars, it comes with everything you need in a saltwater aquarium, including 9000k LED lighting, a air powered protein skimmer, it's own little 10w heater, a more than sufficient filter, and a powerhead. Basically, everything except salt, RO/DI water, live Rock, live sand, and livestock. It's only 3.3 gallons. I think that with an inch of Argonite Sand and 4 pounds of Live Rock, it would look awesome. I added up, and with some corals(mushrooms and some Zooanthids is what I added) and some suffficient livestock(if I got it id get either a pair of Scarlet Cleaner Shrimp, 4-5 Sexy Anenome Shrimp, or a pair of Blood Red Fire Shrimp) along with the live rock and sand I just mentioned, it gets to around $300. Just though I'd share!
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Hey all, I found out about a neat little nano tank just today. It's called a TMC MicroHabitat 15, and I think it's a steal. For around 125 US dollars, it comes with everything you need in a saltwater aquarium, including 9000k LED lighting, a air powered protein skimmer, it's own little 10w heater, a more than sufficient filter, and a powerhead. Basically, everything except salt, RO/DI water, live Rock, live sand, and livestock. It's only 3.3 gallons. I think that with an inch of Argonite Sand and 4 pounds of Live Rock, it would look awesome. I added up, and with some corals(mushrooms and some Zooanthids is what I added) and some suffficient livestock(if I got it id get either a pair of Scarlet Cleaner Shrimp, 4-5 Sexy Anenome Shrimp, or a pair of Blood Red Fire Shrimp) along with the live rock and sand I just mentioned, it gets to around $300. Just though I'd share!
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