12 Gallon Bookshelf Rimless Tank - Standard Glass - Mr. Aqua

12 Gallon Bookshelf Rimless Tank - Standard Glass
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12 Gallon Bookshelf Rimless Tank - Standard Glass - Mr. Aqua

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SKU: 209390
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Mr. Aqua aquariums has been producing some of the finest nano and pico tanks on the market. With their low cost and simple "glass box" design, it is much easier to customize to your needs than all in one aquariums. All Mr. Aqua tanks have a rimless design with super clean silicone sealing the tank together for years of beauty.

The Bookshelf tank is great for placing in a room you wish to have a bit of life in, but dont have endless amounts of room. We like to use Tonga Branch Rock, or Reef Saver rock in the bookshelf tanks with their dimensions.


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12 Gallon Mr. Aqua Bookshelf Aquarium

Mr. Aqua 12 Gallon bookshelf tanks comes in two different types of glass. Either standard glass which is going to be the most economical option, then they also offer Low Iron glass which gives the tank an extra clear appeal making the glass almost invisible. Most standard glass will give a slight discoloration to your fish and corals, but unless you are looking at the two tanks side by side it is hard to see a difference with the naked eye. For the slight extra cost of the Low Iron glass with the Mr. Aqua tanks we would highly recommend it.

Glass thickness: 8mm

Dimensions: 35.4" x 8.3" x 9.4"

Total Volume: 12 US Gallons


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  • Small & Elegant By Tempset on 6/21/2016

    The 12gallon bookshelf aquarium is everything the title leads you to imagine. The entire tank is simply 5 pieces of glass carefully measured & polished and put together well. They use non-tempered glass(in case you had plans of drilling a hole or 2).

    I purchased the regular tank & not the low iron & I am having absolutely no regrets. I can see very clearly through the tank. The concept here is spot on. It's a blank canvas in which to build your own system upon.

    The ONLY change I would make is to include an optional "false" wall as I plan to create. A false wall would allow surface skimming through cut in teeth. It would allow hiding of basic filtration materials. And the best reason to use a false wall is that it removes the need to drill the tank(which cannot be undone).

    Other than this optional add-on, it is my opinion that this tank is a perfect fit for anyone who wants to create & enjoy their own little aquatic world.