SALE! 25% off 14 Gallon Coralife BioCube!

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  1. MarineDepot

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    25% off Coralife 14 Gallon BioCube and Stand!

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    Key enhancements include:

    • Four-button control and separate power cords for daylight, actinic and LEDs
    • New hinge-top canopy design
    • Upgraded cooling system
    • Quiet submersible pump with 30% better flow rate for improved water circulation and filter performance
    • Clear glass back panel makes it easy to set up a refugium or add accessories
    • Modular LEDs can be added to enhance shimmer affect and highlight natural fluorescent color of corals.

    Lighting:

    1 - 24 watt True Actinic 03 Blue
    1 - 24 watt 10,000K Daylight
    1 - 0.75 watt Lunar Blue LED Bar (3 Lunar Ble LED`s per bar) Additional

    Pump Flow Rate: 180 GPH

    Dimensions:
    18-1/4"L x 17"W x 18-1/4"H



    HURRY, offer ends 7/1!
     
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  3. Zgetman

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    Anyone else see the the stock of fish in this Aquarium? I know it is just a display picture but that is false advertisement. lol
     
  4. MarineDepot

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    The fish are included! Kidding, of course. It's a stock image from the manufacturer. ;)
     
  5. Zgetman

    Zgetman Ritteri Anemone

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    Lol,that is ridiculous, I count 7 total fish, 2 clownfish, 1 hippo tang, 1 wrasse, and 3 dart fish. Just saying, that is crazy stocking in a 14g if it was actually someones tank....
     
  6. MarineDepot

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    Yeah, some brands go overboard with the in-tank imagery. A tank teeming with life certainly looks more interesting and attractive than a simple glass box, but if you're using Photoshop or some other graphic design software to create the image anyway (vs. shooting a photo), you might as well produce one that better represents the amount and types of livestock that would thrive in the aquarium you're selling.
     
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  7. Zgetman

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    agreed