My kitchen nano

Discussion in 'Planted Tank Gallery' started by tim, 10 Sep 2016.

  1. GotCrabs

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    I honestly wish I had the creativity to create something like your first tank shown, wanting something like that in the bed room or lounge as a display piece, beautiful!
     
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  2. Deansie

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    You make it look so easy Tim, you should do a video diary next time you do one, lol, be great.
     
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  3. Abhishankar Adhikary

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    nice one....
     
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  4. tim

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    Thanks for the comments guys, kitchen nano mkII is still running though a tad neglected, it keeps ticking along, shrimp breeding faster than the rams horn snails, will try and keep a better journal if/when I rescape it.
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    Cheers for looking :)
     
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  5. Ryan Thang To

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    Look good as always tim
     
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  6. tim

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    Thanks Ryan
     
  7. alto

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    Nice to have a tank this nice :D
     
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  8. Kitalexander

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    Amazing what you can grow with a 10w flood light, looks great P, loved the mini M
     
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  9. Edvet

    Edvet Forum Moderator Staff Member

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    Lol did you cut the filter in halve? Nice idea, saves room :geek:, also never thought about that position (horizontal one):thumbup:
    Love these small filters.
     
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  10. tim

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    Yep cut the bottom off in the end, the horizontal position worked ok untill I changed the light to flexi mini, it blocked light from some plants and became a pita when I neglected the tank a little, sucking in air when the tank wasn't topped up.
     
  11. tim

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    Filter changed again, switched over to hob filter, tank ticks along a bit of algae though manageable, probably get round to a rescape in the new year.
     
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