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Old 05-04-2005, 11:17 PM   #1
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Nano Cube Opinions/Experiences

hey, i was interested in purchasing a Nano Cube and was wondering what you all thought about them or experiences you've had with them, thanx
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Many will tell you as I will if you are new to this hobby the best thing you can do is buy the largest tank you can afford and handle. Many new hobbyists think starting small is the answer and from there upgrading but it is the opposite with a small water volume like a 10, 12G etc when something goes wrong it goes wrong fast, almost too fast to correct it. If your experienced thats another story and I say go for it if your a new comer and cannot afford bigger I suggest asking MANY questions before going out spending money. HTH
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thanx
i am pretty experienced in the salt water world, i took care of 15 75 gallon saltwater tank at the LFS i used to work at so i have the basic knowledge down, so i think i'll go for it
thanks for the opinion
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Np. Many of us have nano's including myself (16G bow) If you know what your doing there a joy. Good luck
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