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25 cm cube ID (so do not ask what are dimensions).
225 LED lights, 1" thick panel for the LED's 13 Watts, light: very even 90-100 micrmols( many winning scapes are 40-70micrmols) at the top of the tank, raise this up a few inches to hit that 40-70 ranges. Color temp is 6000K. No heat at all.

Tank is 1/2" thick, acrylic with flame polished edges. Both items are new and never used. The aquarium is bullet proof pretty much in a real way. Very very heavy duty and optically clear.

Ideal tank for plants and nano size, 4 gallons.
Add sediment, filter and you are good to go.



125$ for both light and tank + shipping cost.
I have two such sets.

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No, I made it.
Not the lights, just the tank.
Was going to be for something unrelated to aquariums.
Had the lights laying around.

Light meter shows the intensity which is a lot and very even over the cube(more even than any other type of lighting, particularly for a nano).

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Are the lights in some sort of enclosed box?

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Tom your going to kill me but I have to ask what is the rough size of the light???
Thank You Karen
12x12x1.5"

ID of the tank is 25cm^3

Acrylic is 1/2" that will give the out side dimensions.


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Tom will you be making any more in the future?

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-Andrew
I hope not.
Cost does not include shipping.
Haggle prices => do not bother. The tanks alone are worth well over 100$ each and are made solid. This is a very fair price for a unique item with high tech lighting.

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Is there room for a hob filter or does the light enclose the whole top?
You could place a set of acrylic cubes/small blocks etc to raise the light, or attach it to something above the tank on the bottom of the shelf etc.
Or move the light back a bit(I'd suggest the book shelf attachment or blocks taped to the light). Then there's room and the acrylic is 1/2" thick.
So if it fits on a 1/2" thick, etc, like a Hagen mini, then yes.


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LED extra light has been sold.

Still have the 2 tanks and light combos for 120$ well packed and will not break shipping.

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Sent you a pm Tom.
 

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That is a beautiful set up. If I had room (and money), I would grab that..
 
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