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Hi guys,

This is the 3rd and last part of my report from 12th International Fair of Pet Shop Merchandise PetFair, which was organized on 20-22 May 2011 in the city of Lodz, Poland. This time I present the tanks of the aquascaping contest "Brillux" (this is the name of the tanks provided by the sponsor - 60x30x40 cm, 72 liter). Enjoy! :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAUlzyLLXrs
 

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Very good! I've never seen a Brillux tank before - I've read the pro & con comments about black silicone, but I think it looks very sharp on those tanks the way they are styled. I like how you pointed out their dimensions and went into some detail on how that can be used to effect. I also appreciated how you took the time to label the plant names!
Great vid, thanks!
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Very good! I've never seen a Brillux tank before - I've read the pro & con comments about black silicone, but I think it looks very sharp on those tanks the way they are styled.
Yes, that's true - the look very good. I'm not sure if plants can be cultivated in those tanks for a longer time - the height to the depth ratio sooner or later probably will become a restriction (just my theoretical opinion, I don't have any experience with those tanks, nor did I read any opinions of others).

I like how you pointed out their dimensions and went into some detail on how that can be used to effect.
Yeah, I decided to share this remark, because I was really surprised when I realised that myself.

I also appreciated how you took the time to label the plant names!
Thanks! But it wouldn't be possible without the help of the team of RoslinyAkwariowe.pl website - they are plant specialists, I'm just a film-maker :)
 
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