IM introduces Nuvo Black: Five show-quality aquariums

by | Feb 15, 2016 | Advanced Aquarist | 0 comments


Nuvo Black aquariums are the same dimensions as IM’s Nuvo Fusion AIO line, only without the built-in rear filtration compartment.  The back glass of all Nuvo Blacks are “smoked” (very dark, translucent grey), helping to keep the focus on the aquascape and livestock instead of any cables and equipment.  And unlike the Fusion AIO line, the Black series (perhaps counter-intuitively named) features minimal clear silicon instead of black silicone.  This gives the Nuvo Black aquariums a much cleaner, seamless appearance.

Innovative Marine supplied Advanced Aquarist with the following information:

Style at the Perfect Size

The stylish all new Nuvo Black follows the award winning Fusion aquariums with its Euro inspired exterior, proven reliability and eye catching dimensions. The invisible silicone lines and the smoked rear glass panel not only accentuate your aquascape, but also mask obtrusive equipment viewing. This extra attention to detail put into a modern, rimless, diamond polished aquarium, lets you know however far this hobby takes you, fresh or salt, the Nuvo Black will be ready to get you there.

All Nuvo Black aquariums feature:

  • Smoked Rear Glass Panel
  • Ultra-Thick 6mm Glass
  • Flat and Diamond Edge Polished
  • Minimal Clear Silicone
  • Available in 10, 20, 25, 30 and 40 Gallons
  • For Fresh or Saltwater

The five models in the Nuvo Black series are:

Nuvo Black 10

  • Dims: 15” x 11.8” x 13”
  • Retail: $69.99


      Nuvo Black 20

      • Dims: 23.6” x 15” x 13”
      • Retail: $105.99


          Nuvo Black 25

          • Dims: 23.6” x 19.68” x 11.8”
          • Retail: $177.99


              Nuvo Black 30L

              • Dims: 35.43” x 15” x 13”
              • Retail: $190.99


                  Nuvo Black 40

                  • Dims: 23.6” x 19.68” x 18.89”
                  • Retail: $209.99


                    • Leonard Ho

                      I'm a passionate aquarist of over 30 years, a coral reef lover, and the blog editor for Advanced Aquarist. While aquarium gadgets interest me, it's really livestock (especially fish), artistry of aquariums, and "method behind the madness" processes that captivate my attention.


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