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Kent 94l tank - is it any good?

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Kent 94l tank - is it any good?

Postby freddie53 » Mon Apr 01, 2013 5:23 pm

Hi all, we are new to the site and relatively new fish keepers.

We currently have a freshwater tank with 3 goldies and 4 golden dojo loaches (which we love).

We want to set up a marine reef system too, but are unsure of which tank and systems are best, so any help and advice would be great :-): !

We are looking at the kent 94 litre nano system ( we don't have lots of space so this is the biggest we can go).

We are hoping to have lice rock with corals, a clean-up crew and 3-4 fish in there, is that too much?

We know that it will take many months to get to that point, but want to start off right, so any advice would be greatly appreciated,

Cheers, Richard & Louise :bye:
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Re: Kent 94l tank - is it any good?

Postby stumpy316uk » Mon Apr 01, 2013 8:45 pm

Hi and welcome to the forum.

Have a look though the guides on here. Sounds like a good plan. with the fish its depends on the size of the fish if u have small to medium fish 3-4 will be fine. With marines go as big as u can. As things can wrong and very quick in a small tank as I know from the past plus a bigger tank will open up more choices in fish.

Yeah sounds like a good plan.

Thanks phil
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Re: Kent 94l tank - is it any good?

Postby Eric » Mon Apr 01, 2013 8:50 pm

Welcome to the forum

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Re: Kent 94l tank - is it any good?

Postby freddie53 » Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:22 am

Hi,

Thanks for your replies, I'm sure we'll be calling for more help soon :non: ,

Thanks
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Re: Kent 94l tank - is it any good?

Postby malakye » Wed Apr 03, 2013 9:34 pm

Hi Freddie welcome to the forum.

Those plug and play tanks are great, I have a similar one mine is the boyu but due an upgrade in a week or so. (waiting to get decorated before we start a bigger tank). As already said it depends on the fish you are planning, stick with smaller fish and if in doubt ask. Do you have any in mind?
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Re: Kent 94l tank - is it any good?

Postby freddie53 » Sun Apr 07, 2013 5:01 pm

Thanks for your replies,

We were thinking of a two tone wrasse or damsel fish to start with.

I love sea horses and puffer fish but from what I've read they wont be suitable for the set up we have in mind :cry:

I'm not sure what others to get, any suggestions ?

Thanks again,

Louise ;plo)
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Re: Kent 94l tank - is it any good?

Postby malakye » Mon Apr 08, 2013 8:55 pm

Damsels are better in groups but can be a bit nippy, if you don't want clowns what about a couple of green chromis, not as nippy as damsels.
The wrasse really needs a bigger tank than 94l as they are really active fish. Keep in mind that once you add rock there will be less than 94 litres of water.
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