item: 5166313 By Top Fin

Top Fin® Open & Close Storage Aquarium Stand

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This Top Fin Open and Close Storage Aquarium Stand puts your aquarium on display with a sleek laminate finish and stylish brushed nickel pulls. Open and closed storage keeps your supplies organized. Meanwhile, this spacious and stirdy aquarium makes a great home for your finned friend.

Features:

  • Supports 1 55-75 gallon aquarium (aquarium not included); Laminate finish blends with decor
  • Brushed nickel pulls add style
  • Open and closed storage allows you to put decorative items on display and keep supplies out of sight
  • One year warranty

    Includes: Stand
    Intended For: Aquariums
    Color: Black
    Dimensions: 19 ¾ in L x 48 ½ in W x 30 ⅛ in H
    Capacity: 55-75 gallons

  • Top Fin® Open & Close Storage Aquarium Stand
    159.99 New Available
    Top Fin® Open & Close Storage Aquarium Stand is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 15.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Go to Home Depot and buy NeverWet Great great stand, however as others have said this stand is prone to water damage, not a good combination for a stand that is supposed to hold a aquarium. This problem is very easy to fix tho, home depot and other places sell NeverWet from rustolium, this stuff not only protects the whole thing from water damage but makes water that landed on the furniture bead and literally roll off with no damage. Once you have put NeverWet on the stand it really does deserve 5 stars for quality and Appearance, I am a technical instructor and I was not happy with the instructions, I never understand why instructions are always so poorly written.
    Date published: 2013-10-15
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