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Walmart.com has Coralife 32-Gallon LED Biocube Aquarium (100530107) on sale for $192.27. Shipping is free, or select free in-store pickup where available. Thanks sHockz_atx

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Slick price on the tank, but don't be misled by the picture. This price is for tank only.

The stand is $154.99 [amazon.com]
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We've got a Biocube 32 that's been set up for about two years on the "factory" stand. The stand that we have is barely up to the task - HOWEVER, two things to note, here:
1. The original stand relied on a properly installed, fairly thin piece of LDF to provide rigidity and resist wobbling. Without that piece properly mounted, the stand seems like it's about to turn from a rectangle to a trapezoid and fall over.
2. They did a redesign of the stand a while back that makes the back board easier to install properly and, according to what I was told, more robust. I haven't seen the redesigned stand and there's no accommodation for owners of the original stand design.
I've since glued/tacked a 1/2" piece of birch plywood on the back of the original stand and it's, now, rock solid.
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Best Price I have seen for a biocube.

This is a very good tank if you need an all in one aquarium for marine, if you want you can use it for freshwater too.

This is not perfect, for the price i wouldnt bother.

I have this for the last 2.5 years and the fish / corals thrive in it. You might not be able to setup the most demanding corals or fishes, but rest will be fine.

Dont get carried away by so called experts, unless you build your own tank or buy a bigger budget tank or get a tank getting sold as used there is no way you will be able to get a single piece of glass molded perfectly and space saving by being almost a perfect square.

You can use stock light or 3rd party lights based on need / preference. However for few fishes and less demanding corals the stock lights are ok.

a basic thumb rule - more water less issues. less load - less issues. more filteration, bio bacteria, more live rock - less issues.

I have it for my wife apart from the 160G i have. It currently has 2 clowns, 1 six line wrasse, 2 watchman gobies 2 pistol shrimps, 1 tailspot blenny, 2 hawk fishes. But these got added very slowly, not over night not within a month.

They have been happily living there and even if you are out for vacation or so and no maintenance still they are ok, just that have necessary bio bacteria build up cant stress on it more.

Happy fishing, fish keeping Smilie
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Slick price on the tank, but don't be misled by the picture. This price is for tank only.

The stand is $154.99 [amazon.com]
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Slick price on the tank, but don't be misled by the picture. This price is for tank only.

The stand is $154.99 [amazon.com]
Is the stand any good, like is it made with particle board or actual wood? Or should I just build my own? Or should I get a different pre-fab stand? Not sure what to do stand wise. Seems to be lowest price according to CCC for the stand though laugh out loud
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We've got a Biocube 32 that's been set up for about two years on the "factory" stand. The stand that we have is barely up to the task - HOWEVER, two things to note, here:
1. The original stand relied on a properly installed, fairly thin piece of LDF to provide rigidity and resist wobbling. Without that piece properly mounted, the stand seems like it's about to turn from a rectangle to a trapezoid and fall over.
2. They did a redesign of the stand a while back that makes the back board easier to install properly and, according to what I was told, more robust. I haven't seen the redesigned stand and there's no accommodation for owners of the original stand design.
I've since glued/tacked a 1/2" piece of birch plywood on the back of the original stand and it's, now, rock solid.
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Good point! No stand included. $200 more for a stand is not a SD
$367.99 for this tank and stand is absolutely a SD...
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This is a great deal. I've owned my cube for almost a year now and I paid way more than this. It's a good starter tank to see if this hobby is for you since it's an all in one setup.
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Slick price on the tank, but don't be misled by the picture. This price is for tank only.

The stand is $154.99 [amazon.com]
S&s for 5% off! I can get a stand every month!
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We've got a Biocube 32 that's been set up for about two years on the "factory" stand. The stand that we have is barely up to the task - HOWEVER, two things to note, here:
1. The original stand relied on a properly installed, fairly thin piece of LDF to provide rigidity and resist wobbling. Without that piece properly mounted, the stand seems like it's about to turn from a rectangle to a trapezoid and fall over.
2. They did a redesign of the stand a while back that makes the back board easier to install properly and, according to what I was told, more robust. I haven't seen the redesigned stand and there's no accommodation for owners of the original stand design.
I've since glued/tacked a 1/2" piece of birch plywood on the back of the original stand and it's, now, rock solid.
Thanks, great info. I think I'll give the stand a try. What's the worst that could happen laugh out loud
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Thanks, great info. I think I'll give the stand a try. What's the worst that could happen https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...s/emot-LOL.gif
If you are remotely handy you can build a nicer one for less. There are some rock solid plans out there that will hold a tank on them. Can do a simple 2x4 box frame/legs combo'ed with some cheap 1/4" sheeting for looks. Trim if desired. I did something similar with more flair for a 125gal tank and spent maybe $200 (used cherry wood and added columns so extra $ there)
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Slick price on the tank, but don't be misled by the picture. This price is for tank only.

The stand is $154.99 [amazon.com]
Slickdeals at it again
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Best Price I have seen for a biocube.

This is a very good tank if you need an all in one aquarium for marine, if you want you can use it for freshwater too.

This is not perfect, for the price i wouldnt bother.

I have this for the last 2.5 years and the fish / corals thrive in it. You might not be able to setup the most demanding corals or fishes, but rest will be fine.

Dont get carried away by so called experts, unless you build your own tank or buy a bigger budget tank or get a tank getting sold as used there is no way you will be able to get a single piece of glass molded perfectly and space saving by being almost a perfect square.

You can use stock light or 3rd party lights based on need / preference. However for few fishes and less demanding corals the stock lights are ok.

a basic thumb rule - more water less issues. less load - less issues. more filteration, bio bacteria, more live rock - less issues.

I have it for my wife apart from the 160G i have. It currently has 2 clowns, 1 six line wrasse, 2 watchman gobies 2 pistol shrimps, 1 tailspot blenny, 2 hawk fishes. But these got added very slowly, not over night not within a month.

They have been happily living there and even if you are out for vacation or so and no maintenance still they are ok, just that have necessary bio bacteria build up cant stress on it more.

Happy fishing, fish keeping Smilie

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