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Aqueon LED Fish Aquarium Starter Kit, 10 gallon

Aqueon LED Fish Aquarium Starter Kit, 10 gallon

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    Great beginner's tank

    By EisleyXD on Oct 14, 2021

    I bought this tank so I could take my boyfriend's dwarf gourami from a community tank where he was being a bully, it arrived on time and the heater constantly heats to 78°f. My only two complains are that I wish the lights had a low light setting, and like other reviewers, my tank does have some uneven I bought this tank so I could take my boyfriend's dwarf gourami from a community tank where he was being a bully, it arrived on time and the heater constantly heats to 78°f. My only two complains are that I wish the lights had a low light setting, and like other reviewers, my tank does have some uneven silicone. … more

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    An okay setup

    By Megan on Jun 16, 2021

    The tank comes with everything you need to set up an aquarium, minus gravel, plants,and fish, but just as a heads up, the lights stop working on a very regular basis. With the way the hood is set up, if the contacts for the lights get wet, the lights stop working. If you fill the tank up all the way, The tank comes with everything you need to set up an aquarium, minus gravel, plants,and fish, but just as a heads up, the lights stop working on a very regular basis. With the way the hood is set up, if the contacts for the lights get wet, the lights stop working. If you fill the tank up all the way, the contacts will likely get wet. If you knock into the tank stand and the water sloshes, the contacts will get wet. If it is humid, condensation will form and the contacts will get wet. When you change the water in the tank, if water gets on the hood, the contacts will get wet. At this point you have to unplug the light and hope that after a few days the contacts will dry and your tank will get light again. The plastic on the hood is super cheap and cracks easily. So it's a decent setup, but don't expect the light to work on a regular basis, which is kind of a let down since you want to be able to see your fish, and don't expect any durability from the hood. … more

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