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All miniature or Nano aquariums depend heavily on the effectiveness of the lighting and the filtration, and this is where the AquaNano from Aqua One really excels.

This extremely stylish aquarium is packed full of little features but all are there for the purpose of producing a life support system that your fish and soft corals can thrive in. The built in filtration system incorporates a trickle filter and an effective pump driven protein skimmer.

The built in filtration system incorporates a trickle filter and an effective pump driven protein skimmer. The whole filtration system can be removed from the aquarium as one unit without disturbing the inhabitants.

Included:

Heater 50 watt
Lighting 9 watt LED
Integrated rear filter

Length 36cm x width 36cm height 41cm not including the overhead lamp.

Does not include contents, sand or marine salt.
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Weight (kg) 20.0000
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1 Like #1
Too small, avoid.
#2
longbowassassin
Too small, avoid.
This is fine for marine beginners, as long as you just have coral, one or two clown fish and some clean up crew...
1 Like #3
Few corals, one clownfish and a few clean up crew.
Be warned it costs and absolute bomb to keep these but well worth it!
#4
Way too small for one clown, never mind two! Be fine for some CUC (clean up crew - hermits, snails, etc) a few shrimp and some nice soft corals. Not ideal for beginners tho as smaller tanks are harder to keep stable!
#5
mamboboy
longbowassassin
Too small, avoid.

This is fine for marine beginners, as long as you just have coral, one or two clown fish and some clean up crew...


Its a beginner that is going to make the most mistakes, NOT enough volume of water too limit the beginners errors my friend. Too small,avoid is my advice.
#6
Not buying but wouldn't this be a PITA if the lid is typical of the nano-types I've been seeing lately - an ill fitting plastic/glass sheet - allowing lots of water evaporation ? (thus salt concentration).

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