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Aqueon 10-Gallon Aquarium Kit EXPIRED

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Petco has Aqueon 10-Gallon Aquarium Kit for $37.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where stock permits.

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Includes:
  • Glass aquarium
  • 20" incandescent full hood
  • QuietFlow 10 power filter
  • Medium filter catridge
  • Fish food smaple
  • Water conditioner sample

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Kit includes Glass Aquarium, 20" Incandescent Full Hood, QuietFlow 10 Power Filter, Medium Filter Cartridge, Premium Fish Food Sample, Water Conditioner Sample, and Set Up Guide.

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If you're just starting out, you would need a water heater, and a water test kit as well.
Just use ordinary (screw in) LED bulbs! This looks like a much better kit than the TopFin one with the crappy mini led strip with like 4 LEDs only in it.
This. People overthink things.

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If you're just starting out, you would need a water heater, and a water test kit as well.
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I would highly advise to avoid this kit due to the incandescent lighting. This will make it damn near impossible to reliably control tank temps.
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I would highly advise to avoid this kit due to the incandescent lighting. This will make it damn near impossible to reliably control tank temps.
How much would it cost to upgrade to led?
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How much would it cost to upgrade to led?

More than this kit for a full hood.
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I would highly advise to avoid this kit due to the incandescent lighting. This will make it damn near impossible to reliably control tank temps.
Just use ordinary (screw in) LED bulbs! This looks like a much better kit than the TopFin one with the crappy mini led strip with like 4 LEDs only in it.
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Pic shows 3 goldfish, 10 gallon is too small for 3 right?
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Pic shows 3 goldfish, 10 gallon is too small for 3 right?
I have about seven 1 inches cichlid Juveniles.. They are happy there. It depends on the size of the fishes too
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I have about seven 1 inches cichlid Juveniles.. They are happy there. It depends on the size of the fishes too
Also depends on how messy the fish is (most cichlids can do that). I would not keep 3 goldfish in a 10 gallon unless they are babies and not for too long.
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Just use ordinary (screw in) LED bulbs! This looks like a much better kit than the TopFin one with the crappy mini led strip with like 4 LEDs only in it.
This. People overthink things.
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If you're just starting out, you would need a water heater, and a water test kit as well.
And a air pump.
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Good deal. perfect for a betta.
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And a air pump.
Why would you need an air pump? I have a similar Aqueon kit (different hood) for my kids room with the same filter and it gives of more than enough flow for the fish.

I don't have the time or patience to create my own media for this like I did with my larger tanks, so I usually buy the filters in bulk from Pet Mountain when they go on sale.

I also wanted to add, that a 10 gallon requires much more maintenance than the larger tanks I've had. I almost wish I spent more and got something bigger for the kids room.
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And a air pump.
Air pump is not needed. Your filter can help with the flow.
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