I had been reflecting on upgrading my Fluval Roma 200 aquarium for just a little while, purely because Applied thinking about something a little bigger. I certainly didn't have any problems with my Roma - it's been a fine tank and looked great in my living room.
Anyway, we moved house around six months ago to a larger property and this gave me the ideal opportunity start off scouring the market for the Roma's replacement!! My new tropical fish tank necessary to be bigger but enjoy to fit in with the contemporary decor of brand new living room (which was my preferred room for that aquarium).
After a fair amount of trawling the internet, looking into local shops and speaking with fish keeping friends and experts, I decided on the Fluval Profile 1200 in stainless steel. I was initially worried that it would have the looks though not the muscle!! However, upon further investigation, my initial concerns were proved unproven.
I've always been a big fan of Fluval. A number of their designs are drop dead gorgeous and the Profile 1200 is an excellent example of our. The flush stainless steel front looks very clean and modern and the deep tank allows you to create a really natural looking express.
Standard kit includes:- 1 x Fluval Mirrored M series heater - 300 watt 1 x Fluval 405 External Filter with built in media 2 x Fluval Glo T5 Lighting units 2 x Power Glo T5 High Output Bulbs - 39 watt 2 x Life Glo T5 High Output Bulbs - 39 watt
After shopping around, I aquired my Fluval Profile 1200 from Aquarium Houseand also received pursuing free items:- 1 x Fluval Aquarium Care Manual 1 x 26 gram Nutrafin Tropical Flake Food 1 x 100ml Nutrafin Cycle 1 x 100ml Nutrafin Aqua Plus Water Conditioner 1 x LCD Thermometer 1 x 29Kg Dorset Natural Gravel 1 x Fish Net (5 inch) 1 x Medium Easy Clean Gravel Cleaner 1 x Aquarium Background (120cm) - Japanese Plant & Driftwood
The tank holds a colossal 323 litres and yes it even is, without doubt, a large unit but Fluval have managed include things like the extra size but keep it looking stylish. The official size is 120cm long x 47cm deep x 133cm high (including a cabinet!!). As previously mentioned, the tank is deep which comes with typical argument for using difficulties when cleaning on the other hand think that the overall look outweighs this minor headache.
One thing to be skeptical of will be the side opening doors. I fully grasp why Fluval have picked these rather than the traditional front openers but could really require to bear this fact in mind when measuring your available space - leave enough space for that doors to read!
Overall I'm very impressed with my purchase and should not fault my new construct. Fluval have created every effort to be certain that the aquarium looks clean, sharp and chic but yet remain functional and user-friendly.
The RRP on the Fluval Profile 1200 aquarium is 1,016.97 however a person should look to pay around the 720 mark. Compare and buy Tropical Fish Tanks, Fluval Profile 1200 Aquairums, Fluval Roma 200 Aquariums, Fluval 405 External Filter, Fluval T5 Lighting Units and quality Aquatic Supplies from http://www.aquariumhouse.co.uk