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Old 07-06-2011, 04:04 AM
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Plasma TV Style Wall Mounted Aquarium

Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

When it comes to a BIG fish tank, you think 100 gallons or more. But why do you need a fish tank that big? Sure you would want that size of a tank if you have very large fish, or you could squeeze one or two in a smaller one. How about a fish tank that looks like a wide screen T.V.?

The Plasma TV Style Wall Mounted Aquarium would be your choice if you wanted style and a bit of comfy fish room. This aquarium holds 27 gallons of water. The tank filters 263 gallons per hour. The unit comes with a thermometer, thermostat and heater. It has a black stainless steel frame with 1/4-inch tempered glass. The list price is $1,599.00. Being this much money, not just anyone could afford it.

Most fish tanks today are all about the same. So the spicier looking ones are mounted on a wall. The positive aspects about mounted fish tanks are, they require far less room. You may have a fish tank on a table you probably could use or you may want that table for later use. The mounted aquariums look 10 times better. Someone would walk into your house, and notice it right away! The Plasma look gives it more depth. Although you see less of the tank, you're actually seeing more of it by a panoramic view.
The chances of the aquarium breaking are far less. You may have kids about throwing objects around. It seems unlikely that a tank would break because of that, but it has happened. Now here comes the best part of all. Mounted fish tanks are easier to transport. Unlike the mounted ones, unmounted aquariums are bulked, and heavier than most mounted fish aquariums. Making them a challenge to move.

Nothing really bad to say about these tanks, well perhaps the price, but go with your gut I suppose.

Review by professional reviewer, Oct. 2, 2010
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