SeaClear Acrylic Aquarium Combo Set
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- Combo includes aquarium, reflector and electrical 12" light fixture
- Tranquil Hexagon design; You won't believe how your fish and decorations will pop!
- Acrylic aquariums are clearer than glass, 17 times stronger, and only half the weight!
- More impact resistant and less prone to chipping or cracking than glass, making it safer around children and pets
- Safe for Salt or Freshwater
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When quality determines the choice, the choice is clear: SeaClear. No one can match the quality of SeaClear's virtually invisible seams, which are backed up by the industry's most extensive warranty. For the discerning aquarist for whom nothing but the best will do, SeaClear can make even the most extreme aquatic dreams come true. Product Features: *Combo means: the aquarium, reflector and electrical 15" light fixture are all included * Acrylic is clearer than glass fish tanks * Acrylic is 17 times Stronger than Glass * Weighs half the weight than glass * More Impact Resistant making it less prone to chipping or cracking than glass, making it safer around children and pets * Safe for Salt and Freshwater * The Hexagon shape is a tranquil design * This SeaClear Aquarium is beautiful and you won't believe how your fish and decorations will pop when viewing your aquarium.
Color: Black | Style: 20 gal Deluxe Hexagon
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|Item Dimensions||15.00 x 15.00 x 24.00 inches||15.67 x 25.00 x 28.03 inches||36.00 x 12.00 x 16.00 inches||37.37 x 13.12 x 28.28 inches||36.00 x 15.00 x 16.00 inches||23.62 x 15.75 x 15.75 inches|
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The acrylic is very high quality and very strong. It does not bow out when filled with water. The tank is absolutely beautiful and I had so much fun setting it up!
I decided to do a planted tank for less water changes (about once a month or so). I purchased the following substrate that looks great with the black background tank: CaribSea Eco-Complete 20-Pound Planted Aquarium, Black
I used 2 bags for this 26 gallon tank. Then I got a 24 inches (2ft) fluorescent light tube from a local pet store for about $8 that fits this light fixture perfectly! It is a 20W and 6500K which is more than enough for medium light plants that Petco usually sells. I also got this timer so the lamp goes on and off automatically: Woods 50007 Indoor 24-Hour Digital Timer, Daily Settings, 2-Pack
The I got the Whisper filter which was too loud, and Tetra was not very good either. So i got this one which I really liked: AquaClear 30 Power Filter - 110 V, UL Listed (Includes AquaClear 30 Carbon, AquaClear 30 Foam & AquaClear 30 BioMax)
The main reason is that it has a sponge that you need to wash about once a month while other filters need the special cartridges purchased and replaced monthly. This one is also quieter! And it's much better for planted tank as I can leave the sponge in but remove the carboon filter which is known to take away the plant nutrition from the tank. So I only use sponge and a bag of bio balls.
HOWEVER, as for the light, it's great and all, but I wanted something more fun like more LEDs and moonlights! So I ended up getting this light fixture: Finnex Planted+ 24/7 Fully Automated Aquarium LED, Controller, 36 Inch
Now, if you are on a tight budget, just look into some blue LED aquarium lights. They have them for around $10. There are even some to place underwater and it's a light and air-stone combo!
I really hope you find my review helpful! It makes me very happy knowing I helped someone out when getting those email notifications :)
Oh and I plan on buying the 50 gallon SeaClear later so I can have discus in there! Right now I got 3 angel fish, a couple chinese algae eaters, 2 albino cory fish and 7 of those little tiny shiny blue tetra schooling fishes. I love the hexagon shape, I wish they had one bigger too. It make the tank looks bigger because it is long and fishes enjoy swimming it it!
The acrylic is very clear; much more clear than glass.
It is also much lighter (I was able to pick it up by myself).
Temps seem to stay more stable, as opposed to fluctuating, like w glass
Love the absence of edges, looks more modern, cleaner, more aesthetic
The light fixture is a joke. It comes with a cheap, flimsy black hood, and you buy a fluorescent bulb to fit. I just set it aside and bought an LED fixture. I bought the Nicrew LED light fixture. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01ID3OK3S/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o09_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1. I think it's too bright in the moonlight mode, and there isn't a dimming option. But the daylight mode is bright, but not too bright.
You can't top off the tank because the middle of the tank bows inward so much so, that before the water reaches the top, it will overflow! There are two openings at the top, with a thin piece of acrylic connecting them. See pic
A VERY cheap piece of corrugated-looking plastic covers this opening, and for the price, I would have expected at least real acrylic, not plastic. See pic
You have to remove the light and this plastic covering to feed your fish. You could just slide the light fixture back a bit, but I'm afraid of the lightf falling into the tank and getting electrocuted, so I remove it when feeding my fish. Not that big of a deal, but it would have been better to have a lid that lifts.
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While the sides remain solid, the top panel is warped upwards after only a few months. I have only a lightweight light fixture resting on top and the overturned polycarbonate lid to cover the largest whole (everything is less than a pound altogether). This is ridiculous!
I remember reading another review about this happening and thinking naaw, maybe it was just a one-off. But nope, I should have listened.
The viewing remains gorgeous and clear, but overall I'm pretty disappointed that this tank has WARPED at the top. It's now going to be even harder to find fixtures and tops for this thing if it's curved on top!! At least it's warped at the back half so it's less visible, but how's this going to look a year from now?
I would highly recommend getting something else instead.
This is a beautiful tank, just poorly engineered.
The design for the top “lid” if you want to call it that, is that it’s permanently fixed to the tank, the tank and lid are one solid piece of acrylic. Which would be fine if it was just around the perimeter. But the designers made the compromise of leaving the back open for a hang on the back type filter, so that makes the “lids” frame work thick and a small hole in the centre. The opening in the centre doubles as the cutout for the fluorescent light fixture(included) and it’s only about 6” wide and 18” long.
My problem with it is that it being an acrylic tank it will most likely be used for a nano reef setup. The opening isn’t large enough to fit most odd shapes of live rock, and the cutout leaves you using their bulky florescent light fixture rather than most LED strips. (You can place your led strip inside the plastic light fixture included). My other problem is the opening for a hang on the back style filter and the 2”x2” hole for a heater to be place through, it leaves big gaps for fish to jump through, even if you have the equipment flush to the holes in the lid. So I will have to design some kind of cover or cap for these holes because I’m running a sump. It would be nice if they included acrylic or plastic style plugs or caps for these holes.
Very clear and well built tank, just not very well thought out. Might change my plans and use this as a planted freshwater aquarium.
( My tank is still cycling and being scaped so sorry about algae and messy small plants in picture.)
That one point being, that it does not mention the tank includes an acrylic flat top. The Flat Top is fitted with a small circle towards the back and a rectangle in the middle , and back for an opening, to house a filter a light and heater. However there is a significant amount of difficulty that might be present when setting up your tank, as there is no way to take this acrylic top off.
I was unaware of this and prior to the tank arriving I had ordered a small amount of liferock to set in the tank for aquascaping considering the fact that it was just a small amount of liferock rather than aquascaping inside the tank I simply glued the five or six pieces of live rock together information that I liked. Given the fact that there is only one small opening the size of the light fixture for you to put items in the tank I had to break apart the pieces into small enough chunks to fit through this hole.