A 29-30 gallon aquarium kit or fish tank is a good choice for hobbyists who want to keep several schools of fish healthy in a community tank. As you know, a is the minimum size tank recommended by many successful hobbyists, a 29-30 gallon tank is even better for starter fish keepers. This size tank can provide an abundant house for many small tropical fish which usually love to live together in schools of more than five specimens. In this review, I will provide you some of the best 29-30 gallon fish tanks for sale that come in various shapes and dimensions for you to choose.
Best 20 gallon aquarium kit and fish tank for sale reviews
The convenience of a boxed kit makes it easy for your customers to start out in the hobby or upgrade their current setup. Starter kits provide retailers a great opportunity for add-onsales of gravel, decorations and fish. Kit Includes: Glass Aquarium with Black Trim, QuietFlow Power Filter, Filter Cartridge, Deluxe Fluorescent Hood, Fluorescent Bulb, Submersible Heater, Aquarium Set-up and Care Guide, Water Conditioner, Digital Thermometer, Premium Fish Food and Fish Net.
Best 29-30 gallon aquarium kit and fish tank for sale review
Love Fish Tank includes guides for starter hobbyists, reviews for the best fish tanks and aquarium supplies for sale. Love Fish Tank helps to start your first fish tank.
All-Glass & Aqueon Aquariums and Stands - Milwaukee Aquatics
Letter to Petco Regarding Aquarium Brands -- 2/11/2014
Copy and paste the below message to the following locations:
Bring Back Aqueon All-Glass Aquariums!
I'm writing to express my discontent with your recent decision to switch from selling Aqueon "All-Glass" brand glass aquariums to the lower quality Tetra brand glass aquariums.
You may not know this, but the aquarium community is extremely tight knit, highly capable of after-market DIY modifications to tanks, and completely reliant on local stores running aquarium sales to keep the cost of buying aquariums low enough to own multiple tanks. And as you know, the more tanks we own, the more dry goods you sell, which is where you make your money.
I recently learned that you have completely discontinued selling Aqueon brand glass aquariums in my area. Aqueon "All-Glass" in my opinion is the most respected and highest quality glass tank available. It's the only brand of glass aquarium that I will trust in my fish room, and the only time I will buy new tanks is during your famous $1 per gallon sale on Aqueon brand aquariums.
Tetra glass aquariums may be lighter and cheaper to offer in store, but I absolutely refuse to accept it as a replacement for Aqueon tanks. I will never buy a Tetra brand glass aquarium from your store due to the severe lack of quality control in the entire product line. Tetra's glass panels don't line up flush, the silicone seals are messy, and the introduction of tempered glass means I can't drill the tank. If I can't drill a tank, I won't buy it, ever.
Tetra glass aquariums may save you a few dollars on shipping, and it may save your average consumer a dollar or two when buying their first aquarium, but for a long time, experienced aquarist like myself, Tetra glass aquariums are completely incompatible with my needs.
Please bring Aqueon brand glass aquariums back into your stores, please make them available for custom/bulk order, and please respect the most experienced and most highly invested segment of your aquatics consumer-base. Please also bring Aqueon tanks back into your $1 per gallon sale, otherwise I will be forced to shop elsewhere.
I have shared this letter with the rest of the aquarium community and have encouraged them to spread the word. I sincerely hope you listen.
Thanks, Do you own an aquarium? Would you like to help support this channel? Subscribe to My Aquarium Box to get the world's first subscription box for aquarium hobbyists delivered to your door once per month: