Top Fin® Open & Close Storage Aquarium Stand
Stay away from this stand
I purchased this stand along with a 50 gallon fish tank. I chose the stand because the color matched almost perfectly to my living room decor. Setting it was was relatively easy but, I did have an issue getting the doors to fully close properly. After having it a few years the edges have started looking pretty bad because it is a laminated product, it is not real wood. I am in the process of making the same stand myself for a third of the cost.
January 15, 2014
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.
October 15, 2013
This is a fish tank stand but do not let any water get on it. I always wipe it down after servicing my tank and it still has horrible water damage and I've only had it a couple months. I am very disappointed!
June 20, 2013
Don't get it wet
We had our stand for a year and I love how it looks. But do not get it wet. I dry it as soon as I'm done cleaning the tank. But it still bubbles up were I've gotten it wet. It will fall apart at some point in time. Really sad about it. I even got baskets that fit the bottom part perfect :( But over all its still worth the money just not if you want it to last years
December 18, 2012