The Hanging Aquarium

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  1. Matt Rogers

    Matt Rogers Kingfish Staff Member

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    An aquarium you can hang from the ceiling? Indeed. I stumbled on this unique aquarium again today and had to share. I admire the engineering marvel of it all and the filter hides in the ceiling or in a room up to 500 feet away. The hoses are hidden in the support pipes. Hanging a 140 gallon aquarium from the ceiling makes me nervous but that is a very dramatic look. Tall ladder for cleaning not included.

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    The Wall Hanging Fish Tank

    This very unique wall hanging fish tank is a fantastic accessory for any setting. The cords and filtration system are neatly concealed within the hanging tubes and the fluorescent light (included)*beautifully sits atop the acrylic frame. The filtration system can be set for fresh or salt water fish.
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    Small hoses within the stainless steel hanging tubes carry water back and forth from the filter, which can be separately set anywhere (500 foot reach).
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    We set up installation if desired.
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    - No sales tax** ******* (only Florida residents must pay sales tax)
    - Free shipping
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    -*4*week shipping
    - International shipping is available for this hanging fish tank
    - Please contact us if express shipping is needed
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    - Made of acrylic fish tank, stainless steel tubes
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    - Height* ( 28.5")* 5 Foot*** ( 28.5") *6 Foot*** ( 28.5") *8 foot
    - Width** ( 59")***** *************( 71")**** **************( 95")*
    - Depth** ( 14")****** *********** ( 12")***** ************ ( 12")
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    - 1 year warranty
    - 7 day return period ( 20% restocking fee)
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    Opulent Items
    Home of the Wall Hanging Fish Tank


    Wall Hanging Fish Tank - OpulentItems.com
     
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  3. Reef4life

    Reef4life Feather Duster

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    That is amazing!
     
  4. ReefBruh

    ReefBruh Giant Squid

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    Definitely cool but not a tang tank.
     
  5. Corailline

    Corailline Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I honestly do not think I would ever leave the house again. You would have a hard time tearing me away from such a beautiful setting, and I would be afraid of what I might come home to should a support fail.

    But if they need a beta tester I will make the sacrifice though. ;D
     
  6. ReefBruh

    ReefBruh Giant Squid

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    Always taking one for the team.;D;D;D
     
  7. DBOSHIBBY

    DBOSHIBBY Sleeper Shark

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    call me picky but i would rather have a inwall 300g lol
    its only 14 inches wide=pita
     
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  9. lynnmw1208

    lynnmw1208 Skunk Shrimp

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    +1 EXACTLY what I was thinking. Your poor fish would have an awful hard time turning around. I'd rather have an in-wall or peninsula tank any day.
     
  10. Seano Hermano

    Seano Hermano Giant Squid

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    It would make a wonderful sea-grass bed for dwarf seahorses! You could could have a couple hundred in there. haha
     
  11. Seano Hermano

    Seano Hermano Giant Squid

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    Just add sand and fill it full with cactus calupera. lol.
     
  12. m2434

    m2434 Giant Squid

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    I remember those, or something like them. I think they've been around for some time. Looks tough to aquascape though :)


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