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Check these stunners out!

This one is local to me! If only I had the spare £££££ p.s Don't miss the black tang!

Marine Reef Tank 6ft (full setup) | eBay


I really like this one... WOW  :tongue-love:

Complete Reef Tank Live Stock Radion Light Vortech Wave Maker Skimmer | eBay

Tangs galore in this one!

marine fish Tank 7ft | eBay



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Yes, all very nice setups.

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Reply #2

Very nice all of those but issue is with setups like that is they are not ideal for beginners as chances are most corals would perish in the move unless done properly

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They certainly are nice. Interesting how people scape with corals ect and fish for that matter no two tanks are the same.
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I think no one is ever happy with there own scape I never am and it annoys the arse of me when I see others and think wow

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Reply #5

Some lovely tanks and I bet they have cost 4 times the asking price if not more.

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Reply #6

I know how much my 6ft has cost so far so yes they are a very good price

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Reply #7

I would never want to buy one set up - to me the pleasure is buying bits and pieces and watching it grow - not sure what i'll do when my tank is full - oh buy a bigger one!  ;)

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Yeah I get that and that's nothing wrong with it and the best thing to do but with these monster tanks you are more than likely getting high end equipment and loads of corals and expensive fish for probably less than half price.
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Reply #9

They are a bargain, moving it all would be a stress.

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wouldn't it! planning would have to be down to military precision, stress on the livestock and the new owner will be high more than likely.
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I know there are some companies out there that will do it all for you and are insured, if they spend 5K on a tank I think the buyer would all ready know how they will move it.
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Reply #12

I got 4 frags on the weekend and that stressed me.
You would need a lorry, imagine all those polly boxes.

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 lol I hear that.....Surely they would be better off breaking them down and selling separately?


I reckon more than likely they don't want the agro and want it all gone in one job lot.
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