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Aquasky 2.0
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I can't seem to find much in terms of reviews on this Aquasky only the older version. If anyone has got some feed back on how they've found it with plants that would be great.

My tank will be 20" high.

I was also looking at the Fluval Fresh and Plant 2.0 Pro but there are plenty of reviews on that.

Ta.

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at 20" high you want the fresh and plant. The aquasky seriously lacks punch! wouldn't even use one on a 12" high tank with plants.
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(12-03-2019, 06:52 PM)fr499y Wrote: at 20" high you want the fresh and plant. The aquasky seriously lacks punch! wouldn't even use one on a 12" high tank with plants.
Ok, thanks.

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Shame the Plant is like 38595x the price Sad

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(12-03-2019, 10:45 PM)Benville Wrote: Shame the Plant is like 38595x the price Sad

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Preach lol.

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Worth it though. I've had 3 in the past now and they might not look the brightest or whitiest when on but boy do they grow plants well ( with everything else in check )
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Not wanting to sound a bit gender stereotype as we are fairly "mine is mine, yours is yours" about money in our place, but I think I'd be on the sofa for a month if I plopped a couple of hundred quid on fish tank lights lol

(I would though, and co2 injection, but then I'm purchase and gadget happy)

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Try spending £400 on a small coke can sized light then another £100 for the controller to go with it! Oh and about £50 for the mount...

Then again, that was marine lighting, you can double the price for that alone.
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(13-03-2019, 09:35 AM)fr499y Wrote: Try spending £400 on a small coke can sized light then another £100 for the controller to go with it! Oh and about £50 for the mount...

Then again, that was marine lighting, you can double the price for that alone.


But marine stuff looks so funky though and most can be re-used on freshwater and they last for years (that’s how I justified a £400 light to myself in the shop!!) Big Grin


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can and can't. Lighting spectrum is all wrong for plants but will still grow them to some extent Smile
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