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Thread: Fluval Edge

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    Default Fluval Edge

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    So I've been thinking about sprucing up my desk top with a nice nano tank, and trying out maybe some harder plants than just anacharis or amazon (and my lfs told me today that they were gonna super boost their plant section chaching). Maybe do a little diy co2... Anyway, I was thinking about getting a fluval edge with my tax return money, cause they look really slick. I was just wondering what peoples opinions on the spec is etc. Also, plant suggestions maybe? Gonna think about this for awhile, plan it out nice and purdy. :) After all, after a hard day at work what's better than just zoning out in front of a nice tank?

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    I think they look good. But they have access issues when doing maintenance. if you can put up with that then go for it.
    4ft mbuna mangaino and yellows
    4ft rainbow tank
    4ft planted community
    16g nano planted shrimp and neon tetras
    10g nano reef

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    I had one for a short while, it looked real nice but cleaning it was a chore. I found using a sponge to wipe it clean worked best. Catching fish is a pain, since the opening is not very large, end up bending the net handle to make it work.

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