I'm with jglover on this. Never spend the money for a "complete kit". Get a tank with hood and light, then get heater and filter individually. U will spend a little more money initially but, in the long run, you'll save money by not having to repeatedly spend money. I'm fixing to put an aqueon 55/75 on my daughter's 29 g tall. It's rated at 400 gph
but gives a turn over of 13.something an hour. Makes for happier, healthier fish. Just get a filter that leaves you room to experiment with what you use for filtration. And get a heater rated for an aquarium twice the size your getting. It will get the water to temp faster, and will run less which saves money. Good luck and don't over stock.
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