Which nano is the best?

Michaeljconn72

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Currently have a FOWLR set up because I love triggerfish but I have the itch to get some corals. Thinking of getting a 20-30 gallon setup. I was looking at the Innovative marine 20gallon but there are so many out there that idk which one to get. Not trying to do anything crazy like SPS, just something nice and simple. Any suggestions would be a great help.
 

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What is your budget? Do you like rimless or rimmed look, along with do you want a hood or open top? Do you want just the tank and rear filtration or the lights already included?
 

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<----------------------This Nano (referring to myself) :lol2:



Are you set on an all-in-one setup? Consider putting one together yourself, I have a 30 breeder and it's a really nice tank. Runs on a HOB filter, 2 WP25's and a couple kessils.
 

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I bought a Lifegard because it had a great price, with a nice sump setup. I liked the idea, that it was a rimless that seemed like great quality without having to buy extras that were included and that I did not want.

However, the issue came, when I was buying equipment, there are limitations with my sump being narrow. It took a while to find a skimmer that fit.

If I bought again, I would buy an Innovative Marine, because they have a lot of equipment that is made with many options you can buy from.

I would have recommended what I used to have, but is not made anymore. I loved my Solana cube.
 
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