Im thinking about getting back in the saltwater game and i was looking at the oceanic biocube. I used to have a 120 and it was time consuming but wasnt bad because i wasnt working full time. but now i am and but i still want a tank with a little less work to it. I know ill still have to do water changes and stuff like that but i just want to know what are some opinions, thoughts, and concerns with a 29 gallon biocube?
I dont think im going to get the HQI biocube i think i might just do the regular one... are those lights decent enough to grow some soft corals?? the reason is online i can get it for 239 just the tank or 345 with the tank and stand. couldnt i just mod it and add some led lighting down the road?
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