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Old 02-01-2014, 07:38 AM   #21
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My tank is 25" deep (not counting sand) and 4 ft long. So two of these ridiculously cheap LED's will light my whole tank? This seems too good to be true!

I have three of these over my 125 and I've turned them down to 50%.

It's more than enough and a great price. I paid $125 per though. Still a bargain.
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I've just upgraded to a 90 gal from a 47 and I also upgraded my 160 watt maxspect to the new and larger 309 watt! Absolutely love it as do my fish and all my coral!! I'm know it's not within your budget but it's good bang for your buck!!
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