Coralife BioCube Aquarium Stand, Size 29
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- Inside shelf for convenient storage of aquarium accessories
- Pre-drilled holes in back of stand for routing electrical cords
- Quick assembly and easy to follow instructions
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Enjoy the strength and beauty of the Bio Cube stand. Made from high-density fiberboard, the Bio Cube Stand provides plenty of support for heavy reef setups. This matching stand is the perfect way to display and showcase your Cora life Bio Cube aquarium system. Loaded with premium features including triple coated water resistant finish and predrilled holes for convenient routing of electrical cords. Sturdy feet elevate the Bio Cube stand for ventilation and reduce the risk of damaging carpet or hardwood surfaces.
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1. Big pieces fit fine, sides/bottom/top and back masonite with holes fit well enough. The masonite gets glued into the slots on each side/top/bottom.
2. Two stamped holes in back are pretty small, so I took a box cutter and customized to ensure CO2 and filter hoses/cords would have easy passage.
3. Two screws for the two handles are short, I got them into the backs of the handles but they're only hanging on by a couple of threads. I took them off again, added some glue in the handle holes and reinstalled to help hold them on there.
4. Door installation is by far the most challenging; not getting them onto the stand but getting them lined up and adjusted. Like others, I quickly learned the doors do not close all the way, so they are not at 90 degrees to the sides because the stops installed at the center of the cabinet's top are configured too far forward so the doors don't close. No logical reason they would do that, just a poor design and doesn't look very good.
Bottom line? If you don't want to spend hundreds of dollars for your cube aquarium, and you can live with "ok" but not perfect...and have some inkling how to put Ikea-like furniture together...this will do fine.