Oh yea, I like the new DW placement. Good choice.
Thanks! I like it a lot better than the first placement.
Thats a good looking tank i cant wait to see it grow in.
Just curious, when you said your substrate leveled out after you moved your tank, was this on purpose or because of the move home? I'm moving my tank back to college in about a week and i was afraid that would happen. My plan is to take all but and inch or two of the water out so it's not sloshing around everywhere...i hope this works.
Phoenix pretty much answered it, but I'm not sure you can really avoid it. I think no matter how much water is in there things will still level out with all the bumps and vibrations. Kinda sucks.
Well you keep rescaping, it was looking good before, but nice restart ;D .
When I move back to school I think I'll do what I can to keep it the same. If the substrate levels out again, which I'm sure it will, I'll try to carefully restore the slope and uncover everything. I like it a lot more now.
Cool tank! I have the same one, but its not set up yet. I like that filter. Are the hoses 13mm?
I believe they are 10mm hoses, but I'm not positive.
I have had this tank for about a year after a few months the light that came with it stopped and ordered a coralife 18W. Bought a 1/3 piece of glass and placed it over tank. How do you like the 501 ZooMed? I just ordered 2 for the nano's. I really wanted a small canister for this and I love Eheims but I just could not justify for a 4G. But will keep looking for some used ones that are small. In the mean time will try the 501's. Have you run C02 through yours?
Your tank is looking good!!! I am finding Tiny tanks are challenging to scape. I have rescaped mine several times.
Well, in the week that I've owned it there have been no problems. It was easy to set up, it's quiet, and filters much better than the HOB that came with the tank. I haven't run Co2 through the outflow, and probably won't because the pipes are so small and I don't want to lose any flow if I don't have to. I guess only time will tell, but it seems like a solid product and plenty of filter for 4 gallons.