Originally Posted by Bectan01
Ah, I was thinking the 30-40 you mentioned earlier. I also just set up a 10g and without the tank I spent around $40 on a powerhead, $90 on lights, $20 on a heater, I already had sand leftover from my other tank, and rock was about $100. I buy my saltwater and ro
water from my LFS
and I already have test kits and a refractometer. Hope that helps!
yes but i realised they were more expensive than cold&tropical water :/ yeah i have sand, can you buy saltwater from LFS
?:0 but my nearest one is 30 miles away.:p and from the seller about the lights he put:
The telescopic arm LED
Lighting System clips onto the back of the tank and can be angled in a variety of different ways thanks to its flexible arm. The dual model LED
lighting is perfect for Small Fish Tanks and offers the option of daylight or blue moonlight modes, with extra bright compact LED
's creating stunning ripple effects in the water. L.E.D lighting is more efficient and economical than traditional lighting, making it cheaper to run. L.E.D Bulbs generally have a much longer lifespan too.