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Old 04-28-2004, 06:48 PM   #11
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I got my 225 from Tenecor. I was able to get 10% off the price and they split the shipping with me so it was only $75 instead of $150. I am very happy with my tank and the dealings I had with Dustin at Tenecor.
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Glass cages is DEFINATELY cheaper. But are they quality tanks? I am looking at interamerican, which are MUCH costlier, but the tank is going to be one of the smaller investments in my setup. Does Glass cages really only offer a 90 day warranty? Anyone have any blowouts?
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MikeWinLDS, Most of the folks looking for custom tanks would be looking for things greater than 100gal anyway.
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blows anyone out of the water!! Best quality ive ever seen. Great service, 2 year warranty.

*glass cages work is sloppy, no warranty(90day)
*interamerican-never delivers your tank
*oceanic VERY EXPENSIVE
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Matt, take firereef's (aka kathyharper103) comments with a grain of salt. I belive you will find 90%+ of their posts have been negitive toward glasscages.
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GlassCages.com has awesome tanks for awesome prices.
Yeah, these tanks are cheap. Almost bought one from there but change my mind at last minute. Also, All-glass is good for quality.
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Compaired to Oceanic I would classify All-glass as cheap aswell but I would also consiter their quality good.

A 90day warrantee on a tank would worry me aswell to be honest. I belive most comerical tanks have a 5 year warrantee from leaks?
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Glass cages is DEFINATELY cheaper. But are they quality tanks? I am looking at interamerican, which are MUCH costlier, but the tank is going to be one of the smaller investments in my setup. Does Glass cages really only offer a 90 day warranty? Anyone have any blowouts?
Please check out the website then email the owner with you questions. That should put any doubts you have to bed.
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