Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 21
Rated 5 out of 5
by MJB86 Excellent 65 Gallon Tank
This Aqueon tank is awesome. I picked it up while it was on sale and then did the 10% back for online orders picked up in store... cost about $185 total. It is definitely an investment if starting fresh, and I probably have $600 into it total. It is a sturdy tank with an "okay" stand, even though it comes as an open box item in the store. There were some nicks on the stand which we used a black pen designed for furniture to fill in the scratches, expect to do the same.
April 26, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by tnifty Perfect Mixed reef tank.
I picked up this tank when it was on sale in December 2015 for $180.00. Very nice upgrade from my 29-gallon tank. I have 50 pounds of live rock and 20 pounds of sand. I also have a 20-gallon sump beneath the tank. The bottom enclosure is perfect for concealing my sump. Additionally, there is a decent amount of storage space above the cabinets for food/carbon/media. However, the tank it a bit deep, so cleaning can be a bit tedious. For those who hate reading, i will sum up the pros and cons.
1. Great value
2. Good stand, seems sturdy
3. A lot of storage space for a sump, food, carbon/GFO and or anything else you use.
4. Tank seals are very nice. Been running tank for 4 months no problem
5. Small footprint
1. Tank is very deep, cleaning can be tricky
2. Stand is pressboard, so be careful of water!
3. The included light is garbage
Hope this help someone.
April 10, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by JDSARTO Great Deal
I purchased this when it was on sale for $194.00. Great deal. The 65 gallon tank has had no issue nor has the stand, even though it is particle board that is why I only gave it a 4 star.
March 8, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5
by MikeinVirginia Very Nice Aquarium BUT
I purchased this Aquarium from PetSmart on February 2, 2016. We got it home, set it up, added the decorations, filter, fish, etc. Everything was beautiful for 17 days. On the 17th day in the early evening while we were watching TV the tank started leaking really bad. The water was coming from the front where the glass meets the plastic base. We happen to be in the carpet cleaning business and were able to get the water out of the carpet quickly while we had to drain the tank in a hurry and put our fish in a 5 gallon bucket. Petsmart was great and happily exchanged the tank with no problem but it was an experience I would never want to go through again. I put a picture of the leak on Aqueon's facebook page which they commented on just hours later. They were very helpful but a little more attention to quality control would have been much better.
March 5, 2016