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Old 03-08-2015, 11:54 AM   #1
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Fluval m90- is it worth it??

I've kept tropical fish for a few years now and I'm thinking of switching over to marines, I was at my LFS and saw a fluval m60 for £399. I've done some research and I know bigger is better for novices so I was looking at the m90 which is 36 gallons, does anybody have any reviews of these tanks? They come with all the equipment needed and a kind of sump at the back of the tank! Any advice will be appreciated! Thanks

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