I've got quite an experience with freshwater planted tanks, including larger system with a sump like setup, a very high PAR tanks with no algae issues (with precise nutrient & water chemistry control), complex filtration etc., and now I feel kinda ready for a saltwater setup.
This is supposed to be a mixed reef where I plan to start with some easiest species and gradually evolve it as I learn more to more delicate fishes & LPS & SPS over a few years time.
The question for this topic is whether I should got with a 5x2x2 ft tank which is much more convenient space wise, or shall I squeeze in 6x2x2 ft if it will offer much more flexibility in the future. I'm reading contradictory advices, some folks say 5 ft vs 6 ft is a huge difference, some say it's more or less the same. 5 ft fits perfectly in my room, 6 ft is a tight fit, but I'd go for it is it is a real difference. I'm just planning as of now, nothing is bought yet, so other dimension suggestions are also welcome.
By Mr. Tay
Decom and clearing two good working condition JBJ 24 Gallon (90 Liter) IOS Cube Tanks with the following dimension :
W 45cm (18”), L 45cm (18”), H 45cm (18”)
both tank comes with Lights, Filter Media, Piping as per the attached photos.
Looking at $38 per tank or $70 for both tanks.
Also available Eheim Pump 1048 (made In Germany) in good working condition clearing at $35 onlyPackage deal for 1 JBJ Nano tank with Eheim 1048 pump at $70 only.
PM to arrange for viewing / collection in Sengkang on a First Come First Serve basis.
Selling my emperor angelfish, bought it recently but realized my that my tank would't be a large enough to house it, thus selling to a reefer that can better accomodate to its needs.
Currently only 1.5 inch - 2 inch which is quite small.
Do pm me for more pics and offer me a price/fish/coral
Flexible with letting it go for lower price as i want to give it a better home
My meetup is around Pasir Panjang, Harbourfront, Botanics, Buona Vista, Clementi and anywhere along the way, can be discussed.
Just a sample pic below, actual fish is much smaller than that
Can also message me at 97158663