Aquatop has launched a relatively new line of nano tanks to the market. I've seen these tanks displayed at my local fish store for awhile now, and I finally brought one home today.
There is little to no information on the internet regarding the Aquatop Zen Nano. So, I decided to start a thread here at The Planted Tank forum.
The Aquatop Zen Nano ZN-3G, the model I purchased, is a glass aquarium that comes with an 1.8w LED light, glass lid with clips, and built-in 3-stage filtration system with media.
In my opinion, the Zen Nano is a pretty good setup for the money. The aquarium itself seems to be of reasonable quality and the silicon seems are invisible. The 1.8w LED light looks bright and lights up the entire tank. The glass lid and clips are functional and look very nice.
Finally, the filtration system is very impressive for a "All-In-One" nano setup. There are 3 chambers where you can add your own filteration or use what is provided. Aquatop provides some "bio-balls" and bio-rings, but those can be replaced. Each chamber is easily removed because they are conveniently encased separately. This makes filter media easily customizable.
All in all, this tank seems to be worth the money. I purchased mine for $70. I found all but only one concern after unboxing, leak testing, and functionality testing. I purchased this tank for a betta but the flow seems to be a bit strong for a betta; however, that may be because I tested with no filter media inside the filter.
My plan is to dirt this tank, customize the filtration, throw in a ton of plants, and add a fish.
Please comment here about anything regarding this aquarium. I'm sure there are more people out there looking for information about the Aquatop Zen Nano aquariums.