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Mr aqua rimless tanks

Discussion in 'General Plant Topics' started by Jeremy1, Sep 20, 2011.

  1. Jeremy1

    Jeremy1 Prolific Poster

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    Any opinions, reviews on these tanks or any other brand that is cheaper than ADA? I'm planning on getting a new framless tank to replace my 40 breeder with similar dimentions.
     
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  2. Htomassini

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    I carry them and the quality is great. I also like the fact that they can all be drilled. I am using them at the store for display tanks as well.
     
  3. ShadowMac

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    i just got one from marinedepot.com

    the 12 gallon model. i like it very much. good quality and for the price a good value. be careful with the low iron versions as they aren't cheaper than ada. ada seams are flawless with minimal silicone. these use more, but still look nice.

    i'm very happy with it and would buy another.
     
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