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Old 02-04-2016, 06:12 AM   #1
rpd
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eareef 1500S

Hi All,



I have a 30 gallon reef tank at the moment and I feel it's time to upgrade to a bigger tank which based on all books/forums I have read, seems to be easier to maintain.



I've have been thinking to buy the eaReef 1500s which looks amazing (eaReef1500S | Evolution Aqua Ltd).



However, the price is not that great... obviously if I go ahead with the idea of buying this tank I will have to upgrade skimmer and potentially lights...


  • What are your thoughts around this tank?
  • What skimmer would you recommend within a reasonable price?
  • Would you recommend to have a phosphate media reactor (I have been suffering of green hair algae for a while now)?
  • I've been thinking to buy the Ecotech Marine Radion XR30W G3 for this tank but it is soon expensive that I wonder if one would be enough for the dimensions of this tank?



Any help will be more than welcome!



Many thanks
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