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Old 01-23-2006, 02:33 PM   #1
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Wall Mounted Aquarium...

I just saw this on another website (hopefully im not double posting a recent thread) http://www.aquavistainc.com/

it implies that it is for FW, but im kinda worried that people may want to put up a SW tank on their wall just to say they have one... anyway, have a look.

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4" wide. Poor fishies. Not to mention $300 for a 6.6 gal FW setup.
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Old 01-23-2006, 05:13 PM   #3
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All I can say is that's sad sad sad... I think even fw zebra danios and bettas would freak in there, JMHO.
And $300? Uh uh... you can grab a nice size tank for that much.
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At 6.6 gallons w/ all the filter and case the thing rings up to about 50 pounds (maybe even more). Thats gonna be pretty tough to hang w/o special brackets.
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I saw one of these at a LFS recently..
They are neat-o looking, but can't be good for the sanity of the occupents.
Kinda like a beta in a bowl twice it's size...
looks cool, but you know the occupent has to be looney..
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