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Old 03-31-2006, 09:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone have one of these aquavase's. I am curious if you like them and can comment on it. I saw one set up at one of my lfs's as a nano reef and thought it would be cool as a planted aquarium. I dont really like the neon colors but it does come in clear.
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Looking at those vases today, they do look neat for a small planted nano. But it seems too small to do much. However they do look like it'll do the trick and be functional as a planted nano. I prefer getting a 2.5 or 5 gallon though. Or even a 4 / 8 gallon Finnex from ebay.

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I wanted to put it on a glass shelf over my big aquarium so it has to be small, but thanks for the suggestion.
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I got a square vase about the same size in glass from Ikea for $2.49. They have 6" high and 9" high for less than the Red Sea.

http://www.ikea.com/webapp/wcs/store...73*15694*15697

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Thanks for the suggestion, but I like the Idea of the light coming with it since it costs the same for the light or the whole set. I dont have room for a lamp and dont really want a DIY hood over it. I also want to be able to drill it to connect it with my 29g.
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