Originally Posted by jamesthornton24
Very cool, are you enjoying the aquatop so far? I'm thinking of doing a set of 3 Nanos this fall but haven't decided on a tank.
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Its a little early I've only had it set up for a couple days, but so far I like it. I'd buy another one.
This is pretty much a low tech Betta tank so very undemanding for my needs.
One thing I had to do was decrease the inflow, but that's only because Greg(yes I named him Greg) would rest up in the corner and his fins would get sucked in.
The filter has lots of room for whatever type of media you want, and it shipped with little baskets of ceramic beads and about 4 mini bio balls. I added a bunch of mechanical filtration with a square of blue pad and a couple chunks of sponge.
You can get at the filter chamber very easily by pulling on the front lip and the whole filter chamber comes out. Being my first all-in-one tank, I assume this is sort of standard though.
It's quite, it is setting on my nightstand and I don't notice any noise.
The stock light is mediocre as most are.
But on sale for $54! I'd buy another one.
I don't know if you have done Nano's in the past, but the first thing I noticed....they are TOUGH to aquascape! That tiny area makes layouts tough! And then physically getting my fat fingers in there...