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Old 08-19-2011, 03:22 PM   #1
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Question What do you think of this cube?

JBJ 28 Gallon Nano Cube LED | Nano Reef Aquariums | PetSolutions

I am considering buying the professional version of this nano cube. I was mostly just wondering if the stock LED lights are good enough to allow the coral to thrive. Also if anyone that has purchased this one from petsolutions that has any certain experiences I should know about, I would love to hear them.

This nano cube seems like a great deal, but would like to hear other opinions!
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Old 08-19-2011, 03:25 PM   #2
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I bought my biocube from petsolutions and had no problem at all with them. even bought some live fish from them as well.

i think you could get away with alot of corals with those lights, not so sure about anemones and SPS though.
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Yeah, I mostly just want softy coral. I don't plan on getting any nems, at least not any time soon.

I will most likely stick to the candy canes, acans, mushrooms, colony polyps and frogspawn/hammers. Thats the plan anyways haha.
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You should be fine then, that looks like an awesome cube. They package really well too and their customer service is really good as well.

let us know what you decide!
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