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Old 03-11-2011, 10:06 AM   #11
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Ended up going with the LED Marineland 8.5" bubble wall. Seemed to have good reviews and the LED lighting should look nice when the tank lights are off.
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Ended up going with the LED Marineland 8.5" bubble wall. Seemed to have good reviews and the LED lighting should look nice when the tank lights are off.
I was looking at the same one. Let us know how it looks I'm curious
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Will do. My biggest concern now is the color of the light (since it may not be the traditional dark blue LED), and also the intensity of the light. This is for my 10 gallon tank at work so it's not vital but I'm hoping it's not some light-blue car high-beams look. I plan to have it behind a piece of driftwood which should help some, but I don't want to have to wear shades while I'm working on the computer!
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The Marineland LED Bubble wands are awesome. I have a blue one that was in my 30 gal right next to my pillow, and it never bothered me. Right now it's being used as moonlights in my sw tank without the air. It turns out that it's a very versatile product, as it is suctioned to the underside of the lid. As for the cheap Wal-mart pump, I have 3 on my fw tanks that run 24/7. They are quiet, and don't falter a bit. I swear by them. They only drawback is they are not adjustable.
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