Juwel Korall 60 Tropical Aquarium - Inc. light, filter & heater - £67.95 Delivered @ Seapets - HotUKDeals
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Aquarium Product description
The Juwel Korall 60 Aquarium for Tropical Fish is the superb starter level aquarium from Juwel. It offers all the exceptional build quality and advantages of this brand leading manufacturer at an excellent price. Ideal for youngsters and adults alike it is supplied with the original Rekord 60 hood with T8 15 watt lighting built in. A new filter from Juwel, the BioFlow Mini keeps the water in excellent condition with its 280 litres an hour turnover, using the Juwel Compact media. Plus a Juwel heater to maintain the perfect temperature in the aquarium

Juwel Korall Aquariums are manufactured in black, the Rekord 600 stand will suit this aquarium and is available in Black or Beech finish.

Volume: approx. 54 litres

Light System with 1 x 15 W T8 tube

Aquarium Size: 60 x 30 x 30cm external measurements

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Shipping Weight: 20kgs

Found a video of the tank, looks great
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qLYqpaGqJjs
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#1
http://aquatic-store.co.uk/product_image/image/2262/image/Juwel-Korall-60-Aquarium-2.jpg
#2
Nice............
#3
Do you get much meat on these fish?
#4
Do these cost much to run? Looks good been looking for one!
#6
For a 63 litre tank, I recommend this one. http://www.rocketaquatics.co.uk/juwel-rekord-aquarium-special-offer-p-1812.html?osCsid=5ol6j9g0r04skm6m4n6gjesa96
I bought from this company recently and they delivered next day well packaged with layers and layers of bubble wrap.
#7
is the bubble wrap still for sale?:whistling:
#8
Cracking price for a Jewel. Very good quality.
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Speculator
This tank is only 54 litres, not 63 Litres!
The spec on the seapets site is incorrect![/URL]
Good spot. 60 x 30 x 30cm is indeed 54l.
#10
Not a bad price, poor advertising of size and I really cannot tell you how poor seapets are! **** customer service, lack of communication and don't want to know when they sell you faulty goods!
#11
Winchy
Not a bad price, poor advertising of size and I really cannot tell you how poor seapets are! **** customer service, lack of communication and don't want to know when they sell you faulty goods!


Agreed!

And these tanks are also too small unless you intend to only keep 5 fish or so.
#12
I've got a Juwel tank. Excellent build quality, and would highly recommend this make.
Thats a good price for a starter tank

However, don't buy the actual fish from Seapets ... especially not the Colchester (Stanway) branch. They're on a par with Dead Pets At Home.
#13
Juwels are top quality and made in Germany. The rest are probably made in China.
#14


You can't compare that to a Jewel tank.

What miffs me at Pets at Home is when you are buying fish and they interrogate you about what size you're tank is, how long it's been set up, what fish you have, etc and they have dead fish floating about in their tanks. If I'm a kid then fair enough but I know what is required for a fish ffs.
#15
Zuulan
Agreed!

And these tanks are also too small unless you intend to only keep 5 fish or so.


Erm, that kinda depends on the size and type of fish... :p

What miffs me at Pets at Home is when you are buying fish and they interrogate you about what size you're tank is, how long it's been set up, what fish you have, etc and they have dead fish floating about in their tanks. If I'm a kid then fair enough but I know what is required for a fish ffs.


Yeah, they used to be totally opposite and would sell anyone, anything, whether that be 4 goldfish for the 'bowl' that they were buying that day, or a dozen tetras for a tank that they had only just got :roll:
These days they have gone the interogation route, which whilst annoying, I actually prefer. If you KNOW fish keeping, the you know what answers they need to hear to agree the sale, if you don't know fish keeping, then the questions they ask are quite valid regarding the fish sales. :)
#16
Mikey1610
Cracking price for a Jewel. Very good quality.


gizmouk
I've got a Juwel tank. Excellent build quality, and would highly recommend this make.
Thats a good price for a starter tank

However, don't buy the actual fish from Seapets ... especially not the Colchester (Stanway) branch. They're on a par with Dead Pets At Home.


interesting question. Does anyone one ruffly know the running cost, in terms of electricity?. Also if you plan to use it to only keep cold water gold fish, i gess you dont really need to use the light or heater.
#17
About the tank listed as the deal - I've found it for £58.99 here with free delivery.

http://www.rocketaquatics.co.uk/juwel-korall-goldfish-aquarium-p-3696.html

As for running costs, I have a 180 litre tank and the costs are not noticeable to me. As above has mentioned, heater only pops on whenever temperature drops and if you have it in your living room the warmth of your home will keep the water lukewarm for most of the time.
I only have my lights on for a couple of hours a night as algae build up is a problem. Pump is on 24 / 7 but that's just a tiny motor.
#18
Ah yeah, goldfish aquarium, doh me.

Yeah just the 50w heater which they sell individually for £30
#19
ARGH! Another 60cm tank!

I've been after a decent size tank to fit on my counter (445mm x 460mm) and the only ones I can find are 30l and are too small :(

The Orca MT50 is close at 490mm x 455mm
The Orca TL450 is almost perfect at 403mm x 484mm but is for marine

Does anyone have any other suggestions? Other than buy a cabinet / stand as I don't have the space and custom built tanks would be too expensive.

Cheers guys
CP
#20
mamboboy
The Orca is fine for anything! It's just recommended for marine is all :) You just need to add a heater... :thumbsup:

EDIT: NM, just noticed you mentioned the Orca TL450. You are correct :)


Damn and I so liked the look of this tank too :( - oh well just have to keep looking
http://www.onlineaquariumstore.com/acatalog/Orca_Nano_Reef_TL450_Aquarium.html

LOL my turn to edit:
When you say I'm right...? About the fact that its Marine and I shouldn't use it or that it comes with a heater?
The TL450 will fit with 1cm overhang on each side.... should be fine (as would the MT50 but thats 2cm on each side).
#21
mamboboy
Well I lazily skimmed past the post and assumed you were talking about the MT50, oops!
Pretty much everything the TL450 comes with is wrong for tropical, and the bigger problem is it's all incorporated more or less so you can't gut it out and sell it on :(


Next option is to go for the Orca MT50 and have 2cm overhang each side.... something you don't recommend? Are there feet on these or is it a flat base?
#22
Unfortunately I've got absolutely no space left except for this one table :( I'll probably give it a shot and see what happens at worst, it will go into storage until I move house.
#23
cheers
#24
Slightly off topic.
I notice at Ark, http://www.arkpetsonline.co.uk/biorb-life-30-chilli-red-p-2834.html a link supplied by Spectator, they have the Biorb on offer.
Whats your opinion on this rather unusual tanks.
#25
ordep
Slightly off topic.
I notice at Ark, http://www.arkpetsonline.co.uk/biorb-life-30-chilli-red-p-2834.html a link supplied by Spectator, they have the Biorb on offer.
Whats your opinion on this rather unusual tanks.



anyone looking for a fish tank will always come across a Biorb, yes i love the way they look too, but upon looking up reviews i intantly found many many very angry customers, and the odd few that loved them.
#26
IMO the Biorb's look nice but thats about all, they are known to be cruel to keep fish in them.

A 30Litre tank for 150quid just doesn't seem right to me!
#27
I looked at a Biorb initially but went with a conventional tank. Lots of posts about cruelty etc, but that aside they are pretty limited and expensive for what they deliver. Plus the idea of scratchable acrylic didn't appeal TBH. The upside is they are 360degree viewable but everyone puts a tank against a wall or in a corner thus negating the all round aspect.

I have a Fluval Edge which is quite expensive for what it is but it is exquisite and runs beautifully and I'll retain when I buy a larger tank, possibly that Orca ;)
#28
mamboboy;8023908
Yes you can. The Korall is Juwell's budget tank, you can tell from the hood that isn't wonderful quality. It looks like a tank we had in the 80's. The plastic looks quite cheap and could be a problem if people ever get algae/mold growing on it. Juwell's other tanks are premium quality, but they also all start at around £200.

The Orca Nano is an 80l tank with no seems on the corners (curved), and can easily be adjusted to suit Marine builds. Try to find a new 80l aquarium for £90 and then come back to me...




To be honest, I prefer a cheap tank thats made in Germany than a cheap tank thats made in China.
The last tank I bought was an AA aquarium (I think they are rebadged "Fish R Fun" aquariums in the UK) similar to the Orca with the curve corners from Tung Choi Street in HK and it started to leak after 4 years use. Hopefully, my Rekord 600 will last longer than 4 years.
BTW, aquariums and virtually all aquarium related products sold in Tung Choi Street HK are about half the price of the UK. It's more difficult to bring one over to the UK now that most of the major airlines have adopted a one luggage policy.
#29
Curved corners and bow fronts, not completely sure I like the visual effect but I do like losing the framework.

A quick question slightly off topic: anyone have a view on submersible LED strips for night time light in aquariums? Good/bad thing?
#30
ordep
Slightly off topic.
I notice at Ark, http://www.arkpetsonline.co.uk/biorb-life-30-chilli-red-p-2834.html a link supplied by Spectator, they have the Biorb on offer.
Whats your opinion on this rather unusual tanks.


The look nice .... but .... Jesus H Christ, £170 for a 30ltr tank ?!?!?!
Apart from being desperately expensive, you'll "grow out" of a 30ltr tank in very little time
#31
jeez, these things are heavy, just found out the 63l version with water inside will weigh 70KG!!! thus the one in the post should weigh about 59kg. i was thing of buying it along with this bookcase/cabinet to keep it in

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/6141736/c_1/1|category_root|Home%2Band%2Bfurniture|14417894/c_2/3|15701232|Living%2Broom%2Bfurniture|14418122/c_3/4|cat_14418122|Bookcases%2Band%2Bshelving|14418127.htm

the shelves are 22mm thick, but not sure the joints will handle the weight, unless i add additonal brace
#32
Thanks for your replies chap's, The Fluval Edge looks very interesting, I'll have to check that out down at the local shop.
m27try.
I don't know what your DIY skills are but, you'll have to carefully reinforce that cabinet with 18mm ply to be able to with stand the weight of your tank, as well as fixing it back securely to the wall. I'm a retired chippy so I can see what needs to be done.

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