$1,300 into tank, stand, hood, lighting, PH's, pump, air pum, heater and skimmer.
$ 300 in sand, cc, testing kits and br
$200-300 in LR
that I'm planning on purchasing this weekend.
Still need to purchase a ro
system, refractometer, heater, pump, rubbermaid to help with PWC
's. With any of my hobbies I've learned that if done right it usually costs $$$. I almost have as much into starting up my tank as I have into my scuba equip. Although, I'm sure looking forward to sitting on the couch enjoying the beauty of a SW
tank instead of taking to the water of Puget Sound in Dec. to get my fish fix.