I saw 3 of these 48x15x16 high Seapora 60 gallon aquariums so far.
One was silicone sealed on a Friday or Monday looking pretty iffy, the 2nd had a top corner chipped out, and this one seemed to be looking much better.
I took it.
I believe they are on sale this month as well as the next. Call around before buying tanks this summer, some are on sale.
Tariffs may change prices on Seapora for a while too if said changes occur, but for right now $110 out the door and $118 at the second store was not too bad for the odd tank size.
This 48x15x16H, 60 gallon has a glass center brace in the middle.
The long 135gal, they also had, incorporated the same center brace, but also a glass upper brace on each end.
I'm hoping to peninsula build this 60 gallon, but still have to set up which lights fit the peninsula build best.
I usually have no glass tops and open waters for hand room, but these fish were pricey, so it means yes to having glass tops and a wood canopy to cover the upper bulk if it looks odd.
Recently, we stumbled across some Tetraodon schoutedeni freshwater leopard spotted congo puffers and needed a medium tank for the fresh snail sacrifices.
This planted quarantine tank had to come home until we either grab a 48x24x30 or a 60 incher from a custom local manufacturer this late summer or fall.
I bring Quinton-quarantino, the new home of Tetraodon schoutedeni.
Let it begin.