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Thread: Slim wall mounted planted fish tank

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    Slim wall mounted planted fish tank

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    My wall mounted planted tank.



    tks rdgs
    caroland
    Last edited by vinz; 18th Oct 2006 at 14:18.

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    nice! may i know where you bought this and around much?

    i'm using a wall mounted one also but square..



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    I have to say caroland that is one seriously beautiful tank!!!!!
    mmramos are you sure thats a tank and not just a photo I have never seen anything like either of those tanks. Congratulations on such innovative tanks.

    Allthough if all those containers above carolands are needed to keep the tank so pretty I think I should stick to fish-only

    I am a member of a fish only forum from my country could I get your permission to add your tank photos. I believe the members would be as mind boggled as I am.

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    Hi Kalindad,

    Yep, it's a real tank.. you can check out www.aquavistainc.com for details.

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    perhaps the water level could be a lil higher
    Cheers,
    Andrew

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    well kalindad u may do so...
    tks for ur comments

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    Nice. Has a feeling of depth despite it being wall mounted.

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    It must be very heavy, how do you mount it? I wonder if the wall screw can support it.

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    this tank oni holds approx 8gallons of water so u all go calculate e weight
    this tank frame is supported by 8 heavy duty screws..me diy myself plus e help of my supporting wife
    soon i will add A grade crs..nw still testing e water...C grade doing well, its in there for 1 week le.
    stay tune for more pics
    cheers to all who view my thread...
    tks regards
    caroland
    Last edited by benny; 20th Dec 2006 at 03:05.

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    really cool tank!
    how much did u pay for it n where did u buy it from?

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    Really nice tank.. Must be very expensive..

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    nice, are there any filters used?
    The Happiest of people don't neccessary have the best of everything;
    they just make the most of everything that comes along their way


    When will there be 25 letters in the alphabets?

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    Pleasant to view esp mounted on the wall....

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    Sorry Caroland if I hijacked your thread

    I bought mine 400++ at compasspoint.

    it comes with filtration - OHF, and air bubbles. Interesting is you won't see any trace of the piping,cablings and suchs.

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    hi to all being busy these few days doing my sales of taiwan moss online...
    This tank is 4ft long and i bought at 1k plus...
    im using CO2 electrolysis, 2 cooler master fan, 2X 21W t5 lite, ADA soil,2 Sera filters.
    total cost i tin is about $1600-$1800...

    cheers rgds
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    Last edited by benny; 20th Dec 2006 at 03:05.

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    Hi Caroland,

    May I know where you bought the tank? Is the size customizable?

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    sera centre at macperson there....they are my sub-contractor,
    ya can customised but ex ar ..

    tks rgds
    caroland

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    my slim wall 4ft mounted tank

    here is my update of my humble tank.
    Sold all crs and endlers.
    Only wanna keep e endangered galaxy microrasbora hence creating this smoothin environment for them.

    Enjoy the pic .. two weeks later then i will introduce the new tiny lovely creatures. Currently wad i have are 4eva hungry yamatoes, some beautifyin cherries and 3 hardworking oto.

    Last edited by benny; 3rd Mar 2007 at 11:55. Reason: Merge threads

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    If you're thinking of keeping the "endangered" Galaxies, your previous set up would've been better for breeding - the moss would've been better for fries to hide in. Right now, it's a little too bare, plus the previous set-up looked a lot better. It looks a little "flat" now with no sense of depth.
    Call me Brian.

    P.S. This is what part of the alphabet would look like if Q and R were eliminated.

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    Agree that the earlier tank looks better

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