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Midwest Tropical 675 Square Aquarium Coffee Table

August 8, 2013 - Comment

Light Bulb:(1)15w T8 Med Bi-Pin Linear Fluor Innovative liquid luxury… truly art in motion. Ever-changing aquatic habitat readily creates a relaxing atmosphere while offering everyday utility. Resting on a black acrylic pedestal, each table aquarium is illuminated from below a bed of blue glass gravel. The 25 gallon style 675 Aqua Coffee Table Aquarium is

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Light Bulb:(1)15w T8 Med Bi-Pin Linear Fluor Innovative liquid luxury… truly art in motion. Ever-changing aquatic habitat readily creates a relaxing atmosphere while offering everyday utility. Resting on a black acrylic pedestal, each table aquarium is illuminated from below a bed of blue glass gravel. The 25 gallon style 675 Aqua Coffee Table Aquarium is shaped to fit your interior placement. A solid 3/8′ tempered 36 square glass top completes the system designed to provide years of enjoyment. Complete with lighting, extension cord, decorative plants, gravel, two-stage submersible filter pump and easy-to-follow instructions.

Product Features

  • Material: Acrylic and Beveled Glass.
  • Dimensions: 24 x 24 x 15-1/2 H.
  • Dimensions: 36 Square Glass Top.
  • Your Pet will Love it.
  • Makes for a great Gift.
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Comments

Brandon Williams says:

A beauty, but it doesn’t work for everyone The only thing they really had to get right with this tank was having the black bottom piece affixed securely to the clear acrylic tank, and with that they failed miserably. The black acrylic piece at the bottom is about 3/8″ wide and is affixed poorly by glue around the tank. Accidently bump into the table or attempt to move the table and the bottom will no longer be attached to the tank.The acrylic tank is square but once filled with water the sides protrude outwards, losing its shape, making it look much less square than when there is no water in it. Having a glass tank would have solved this problem. Also the acrylic is very vulnerable to scratches. When removing the rocks to clean it you must be VERY careful. If you scratch the sides of the tank, it will look cloudy and visibility will be permanently decreased. Had it been glass, this wouldn’t have been a problem.Another thing, you must not use a heater otherwise the entire top will be foggy and you will…

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