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It is a Schuber light. It's all part of the Mini 66-1 kit. The hypertext link is in my first post, first sentence, just click on the link. The beveled edge is definately a hate or love it look.I would totally do an Iwagumi style tank.
I've always thought that the Schuber Wright tanks are very sleek, but not sure if I'm a fan of the beveled edges... and is that a Schuber Wright light as well? Did the light come with the kit as well?
Good to know that the light comes with the kit. I saw that the difference between Mini 66, Mini 66-1, and Mini 66-3 was the filter option. I wasn't sure if it included the light, but you confirmed that it does come with the kit.It is a Schuber light. It's all part of the Mini 66-1 kit. The hypertext link is in my first post, first sentence, just click on the link. The beveled edge is definately a hate or love it look.
From what I've read, I would say high lighting but I consider myself a novice at best so maybe some others might chime in and answer that question.Good to know that the light comes with the kit. I saw that the difference between Mini 66, Mini 66-1, and Mini 66-3 was the filter option. I wasn't sure if it included the light, but you confirmed that it does come with the kit.
Also, would you by chance know what lighting that light puts you at (low, med, or high)? I can tell it's a lot brighter than your Edge however
Thanks. That would be very helpful to me and for those looking at getting this kit.I'll have somebody get you PAR numbers for your light right away.
From finnex.net. They are a sponsor on this site, you'll see their banner at the top every so often. I think they are more known for their lights. I haven't seen this tank in any post to date so I thought I would give it a try. Check their site out....nice stuff.that tank looks amazing, i would love to add one to my collection, where did you get the setup? prices??
I was thinking the same thing. I still got left over fine black sand I used in my Fluval Edge. Looks great IMO.I would do the stones with a black substrate, plants in the back, some type of carpet plant but not over the whole front part of the tank so that some of the dark substrate shows.
Thanks for your input.interesting... you planning to use co2 on this?
If not, I think an island style layout would work nicely with that wood. i.e. clean sand in the foreground, use the branch wood as a centerpiece with some smaller ryouh, instead of smooth river stones. some NLJF in the background and perhaps some anubias nana in the foreground, maybe some Mini pellia on the rocks... the wood is just the right size for that little tank, personally, I think i'd be a waste to ditch it in favor of an iwagumi.
Lol.... you only live once. Enjoy the ride my friend. I hope this tank brings you joy rather than frustrations. Hope to see a build journal from you.Dammit CryptKeeper, looking at your photos for a week has pushed me over the edge and I've ordered the 6g version of this tank. Now I just have to find a place to set it up--maybe on my filing cabinet at work.