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post #7 of (permalink) Old 10-06-2012, 07:07 PM
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Originally Posted by if_fishes_were_wishes View Post
For one, they have tanks with unique dimensions. I want a 60-f so bad, but it's $110 for an 8.9 gallon tank! I love that it's 2 ft long, but shallow, so it's wider than it is tall. If Mr. Aqua made a tank with those dimensions (24" x 12" x 6"?) I'd be all over it. I really don't care about the glass quality - I have a 12 gallon long by Mr. Aqua that suits me just fine even though it's not the best glass there is. Not a priority for me. Do!Aqua has the 60-f in lower quality glass but of course they're out of stock :P

To me, ADA means top quality glass plus unique dimensions.
I found an old Aqua Pro in a local shop recently that is approx. 20"Wx8"Dx9"H (see my journal below). However, the rocks and setup I had in mind are a bit too big for the depth of the tank and I'm considering getting a 45P size. So, they are out there!

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