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Free Cabinet worth up to £69.99 with a new Roma Aquarium 90, Our fantastic deal, we are clearing the manufacturers stock of the original style cabinets, just buy a Roma 90 Aquarium and get the perfect size original style cabinet free.

Our illustration shows the free original cabinet with the old style Fluval Aquarium, look at the Roma Aquarium for the picture of the latest model that you would be buying to go with this free cabinet.

Buy just the Roma 90 aquarium at our super discount price and you still get a free cabinet.There are no catches, the aquarium is supplied with lighting and filtration just like all of the Roma aquariums.

These cabinets are stylish and provide a sturdy base for your aquarium. Easy to assemble. Provide excellent storage space.

Prices start from £125 for 90L and £145 for 125L. The cheapest I could find so far. Free delivery too if you lucky to be in Mainland UK (which I am not).

The next cheapest for the 90L one is £135 for the aquarium only!
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#1
I'm sure Pets at Home were doing this for £120 instore recently. It was with the newer stand too IIRC
#2
I just think these smaller cabinets look so unbalanced.

Seems a pretty good deal though......
#3
great deal especialy if you just wont a small 90l or 125l tank for community tank.:w00t:
#4
konkywonky;5298972
I just think these smaller cabinets look so unbalanced.


Like with 60"+ TVs, best solution is to permanently attach them to the wall. That amount of water is going to make an enormous mess if it topples, not worth the risk :-)
#5
I afraid you can’t trust this seller.

If you look at the website it clearly says you will get a free starter kit which includes gravel, background, water conditioner etc plus a free autofeeder if you order a Roma aquarium and stand.

I ordered the 125l version for £145 and I tried to contact them to change the gravel to sand, but the ‘contact us’ email address of [email protected]">[email protected] came back as undeliverable.

I’ve just called them and the lady there said the free items are not applicable unless you pay for full price for the tank and cabinet, which is about £70 extra. So much for free!
#6
Zuulan
I afraid you can’t trust this seller.

If you look at the website it clearly says you will get a free starter kit which includes gravel, background, water conditioner etc plus a free autofeeder if you order a Roma aquarium and stand.

I ordered the 125l version for £145 and I tried to contact them to change the gravel to sand, but the ‘contact us’ email address of [email protected]">[email protected] came back as undeliverable.

I’ve just called them and the lady there said the free items are not applicable unless you pay for full price for the tank and cabinet, which is about £70 extra. So much for free!


Not sure if its of interest, but Tesco currently have an offer on 2 bags of playsand for 4 quid. its great for aquariums - better than any proper aquarium sand i have bought. 1 bag did my 90l tank this weekend. just needs a quick rinse first like anything u put in.
#7
Zuulan
I afraid you can’t trust this seller.

If you look at the website it clearly says you will get a free starter kit which includes gravel, background, water conditioner etc plus a free autofeeder if you order a Roma aquarium and stand.

I ordered the 125l version for £145 and I tried to contact them to change the gravel to sand, but the ‘contact us’ email address of [email protected]">[email protected] came back as undeliverable.

I’ve just called them and the lady there said the free items are not applicable unless you pay for full price for the tank and cabinet, which is about £70 extra. So much for free!


TBH the free starter kit is only displayed on the pages of the new range.......
#8
konkywonky
TBH the free starter kit is only displayed on the pages of the new range.......


No, it's on various other pages on the right right column as an advert.
#9
why expired?
#10
Does this one have a screensaver that looks like a plasma TV?
#11
HankMcSpank
Does this one have a screensaver that looks like a plasma TV?


It does, but it isn't 1080p
#12
Sand? What instead of gravel?

Wouldn't that make it harder to clean?

Hmmmm?

Not sure about that one - but being a cat - I find fishing HIGHLY entertaining!

What was the outcome of this anyway?

Some are saying don't some are saying do - others recon you can get the same in Pets @ Home - judging by the heat I take it that if you are in the market for a community yank this is a pretty good deal?
Not sure?

cloud the cat - Still purrring thinking of Cat-Fish!

xxxxxxx
1 Like #13
cloudthecat
Sand? What instead of gravel?

Wouldn't that make it harder to clean?

Hmmmm?

Not sure about that one - but being a cat - I find fishing HIGHLY entertaining!

What was the outcome of this anyway?

Some are saying don't some are saying do - others recon you can get the same in Pets @ Home - judging by the heat I take it that if you are in the market for a community yank this is a pretty good deal?
Not sure?

cloud the cat - Still purrring thinking of Cat-Fish!

xxxxxxx



Unfortunately for you this tank comes with a lid, so no fishing for you and your clawed paws :p

As for the sand, I have 2 tanks now, 1 with each and I much prefer the sand. No food gets lost down the cracks, it just stays on the top for the fish and catfish to clean up. Any other debris can be sucked up by a siphon tube waved just above the sand.

I'm passing a Pets at Home later today, so I'll check the prices of similar tanks there. I suspect the price mentioned in a comment above was only for the tank alone. I can't see PaH being cheaper then Seapets. :thinking:
#14
It was a Fluval 90 with stand for £119 in the St Helen's branch - I was in there yesterday. The Liverpool Aintree branch had some a couple of weeks ago too, but I haven't been in there since.

IIRC, they had the Roma 90 aquarium only for £88 or £85, but I could be wrong
#15
Zuulan
Unfortunately for you this tank comes with a lid, so no fishing for you and your clawed paws :p

As for the sand, I have 2 tanks now, 1 with each and I much prefer the sand. No food gets lost down the cracks, it just stays on the top for the fish and catfish to clean up. Any other debris can be sucked up by a siphon tube waved just above the sand.

I'm passing a Pets at Home later today, so I'll check the prices of similar tanks there. I suspect the price mentioned in a comment above was only for the tank alone. I can't see PaH being cheaper then Seapets. :thinking:


Would be great to know the price at [email protected]! Thanks in advanced!
1 Like #16
hlchoo
Would be great to know the price at [email protected]! Thanks in advanced!


I've just checked at [email protected] in Horwich, Bolton branch.

Roma 90 with stand £175 against £125 at Seapets
Roma 125 with stand £210 against £145 at Seapets
Roma 200 with stand £295 against £205 at Seapets {Edit} See price changes in next post down!

New style stand of course at P&H which are the full width, but Seapets prices still look like a bargain.


On another note, does anyone know if Kids play sand is safe for aquariums?
Was 49p for 10kg in Tescos' http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/280055/10kg-tesco-play-sand-49p/
and £2.69 for 15kg quid at Argos.
#17
mminghella
It was a Fluval 90 with stand for £119 in the St Helen's branch - I was in there yesterday. The Liverpool Aintree branch had some a couple of weeks ago too, but I haven't been in there since.

IIRC, they had the Roma 90 aquarium only for £88 or £85, but I could be wrong


OK. Just rang [email protected] in St.Helens. They have reduced their prices and said all their stores should've done this weekend.

It's basically 20% off. So the 125 is now £168 and the 200 is £234.40.
#18
Nice work Zuulan
#19
Innocent;5306858
Nice work Zuulan

Seconded!!

Well done you!!!

xxxxx

PS Love the comment about fishing!! HHave some well deserved rep!
xxxx;-)
1 Like #20
Zuulan
OK. Just rang [email protected] in St.Helens. They have reduced their prices and said all their stores should've done this weekend.

It's basically 20% off. So the 125 is now £168 and the 200 is £234.40.


Thanks very much! Rep added!
#21
cloudthecat
Seconded!!

Well done you!!!

xxxxx

PS Love the comment about fishing!! HHave some well deserved rep!
xxxx;-)


Cheers you two. I just wish this post was un-expired. Anyone know how to do it?

And if someone could give me an answer on the Kids Play Sand safeness... That would be great.
#22
Zuulan
Cheers you two. I just wish this post was un-expired. Anyone know how to do it?

And if someone could give me an answer on the Kids Play Sand safeness... That would be great.


I googled it and came out with quite a few website saying it is ok as long as rinsed properly.

http://www.cichlid-forum.com/articles/sand.php
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080320070251AA7AIxk
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080630062749AAHuxCQ

Hope this helps. If not google it I am sure lots will come up. I wish I could give more help but I am a beginner :)
#23
hlchoo
I googled it and came out with quite a few website saying it is ok as long as rinsed properly.

http://www.cichlid-forum.com/articles/sand.php
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080320070251AA7AIxk
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080630062749AAHuxCQ

Hope this helps. If not google it I am sure lots will come up. I wish I could give more help but I am a beginner :)


Ah, many thanks. Those are helpful. Seems like you can use it, although it won't be as good as the real stuff. :)

Apart from play sand, I've a fair bit of experience with cold and tropical freshwater set-ups. So if you need any help feel free to send me a private msg. :thinking:
#24
I recently brought 4 Fluval Roma 90 tanks, and they were not on the cabinets shown in the picture. They were on a much larger cabinet, which suffered from MIFFY's SYNDROME. Just like MFI flat packs there were bits missing and some of the components were not identical. One even had an odd smaller plastic stand in it. One was so warped it went back. One tank was faulty and the plastic around the bottom of the tank snapped half an hour after being filled with water. As they stand they look really great after the problems had been solved. Full marks to my local Pets at Home on that part.
However, that is not the end of the story, unfortunately I'm unable to use these tanks as the resident temperature without any heating being used is way up at 82 + f at the best of times. Even turning off the lights only drops the temperature down to 80 degrees at night, maybe 79 on a really cold night. As the temperature is well above the 70 degrees of the normal daytime room temperature, these tanks must have an inbuilt fault caused by the lighting and/or the filter overheating. I'd personally not buy anymore, least ways not until I can find a way around the heat problems.
#25
Arbuthnot
I recently brought 4 Fluval Roma 90 tanks, and they were not on the cabinets shown in the picture. They were on a much larger cabinet, which suffered from MIFFY's SYNDROME. Just like MFI flat packs there were bits missing and some of the components were not identical. One even had an odd smaller plastic stand in it. One was so warped it went back. One tank was faulty and the plastic around the bottom of the tank snapped half an hour after being filled with water. As they stand they look really great after the problems had been solved. Full marks to my local Pets at Home on that part.
However, that is not the end of the story, unfortunately I'm unable to use these tanks as the resident temperature without any heating being used is way up at 82 + f at the best of times. Even turning off the lights only drops the temperature down to 80 degrees at night, maybe 79 on a really cold night. As the temperature is well above the 70 degrees of the normal daytime room temperature, these tanks must have an inbuilt fault caused by the lighting and/or the filter overheating. I'd personally not buy anymore, least ways not until I can find a way around the heat problems.


Ummm, are your sure it's not the fact that you have the temperature turned too high? All heaters these days are combined heater/thermostats and all are adjustable with a range of 16-30 degrees C. That's probably between 60 and 90 in old money. ;-)

If you really don't have your heater installed or switched on, then either Fluval have found a way to break the laws of physics and created heat without a heat source or you live in the Twilight zone!
#26
What Arbuthnot says is quite interesting & possible too. If the filter is overheating, or just running very hot, then it will act as a heater. It can't be very energy efficient either
#27
.
I wish I had the same situation, would love to save on my energy bill and not have to run a 150w heater.
#28
Has anyone else had a problem with these tanks getting too hot ?

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