Show Off Your WaterBox! :)

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  1. Weevo

    Weevo Active Member

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    I can get the dimensions after work again today.
     
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  2. JoshH

    JoshH Swimming in the deep end... R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award Partner Member 2019 R2R Secret Santa Build Thread Contributor

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    That would be awesome and very much appreciated, enjoy your work day:);Writing

    Editttt I spoke with Jess at Waterbox and she emailed me all the specs for the cabinet so no need to pull out the measuring tape, if anyone wants them I'll PM them.
     
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  3. IlliniCoastie

    IlliniCoastie Active Member

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    I can't wait to see some of the Crystal Peninsula series tanks that are coming out. I am buying one in less than 6 months to use as a room separator between our dining room and living room.
     
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    jschultzbass Well-Known Member R2R Supporter Partner Member 2019

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    Got my 170.4/5 setup on saturday. Had to put it the same place as my old tank so took a lot of work and a full day to get everything transferred. As far aquascape, I added a couple of big pieces of dry rock so threw all the live rock from my old tank in as well so what you see isn't the final scape, will pull out a lot of the seed rock in a few months. Here is a quick pic"

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    Do you have any issues with the MP10s staying on the 1/2" thick back glass? I'm thinking of getting the 70.2 and 2 MP40s would really be overkill even for a full SPS tank I would think.
     
  6. NicSA

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    What lights are those?
     
  7. NicSA

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    Awesome lights as well. What are they?
     
  8. Weevo

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    I have another tank with 1/2 inch glass and had a mp10 with worked great at first and about 8 months later kept falling off. I would go with 1 mp40.
     
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  9. Steve1500

    Steve1500 Active Member R2R Supporter

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    How about a peninsula with a 180G DT? Also, will waterbox offer US standard sizes vs metric? I will be in the market early spring.
     
  10. MURedhawk

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    MP10s stick but barely.
    Has worked well so far for past 2-3 weeks.
    I had them on prior tank.
    They are technically rated for about 9.5 mm and glass in 12 on 100.3.
    Just make sure to secure the dry side.
     
  11. mwilk19

    mwilk19 Well-Known Member

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    This is my 70.2 Water box. It's been up for about two weeks and will become an anemone tank. It has 2 Sherman Bubbletips already in it and I still need to get the other two out of my display tank. We absolutely love this tank.

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    Blue Spot Octopus Well-Known Member

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    ^^^ Nice Sherman anemones are really nice. What is the dimension of your tank?
     
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    mwilk19 Well-Known Member

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    24x24x22
     
  14. Teacher Pam

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    What are these? New to hobby and forum.

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    mwilk19 Well-Known Member

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    The lower right is a Seachem ammonia alert and the other is a digital thermometer.
     
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  16. DerekDun

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    Starting my cycle on my 20 gallon cube.
     
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  17. Fat Sacs

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    What stand are you using?
     
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    mwilk19 Well-Known Member

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    This tank comes with a Waterbox stand. It's a very clean look and its construction is much like a piece of Ikea furniture.
     
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  19. Fat Sacs

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    Thanks, I just pulled the trigger on a WB stand for my 30.2. Was dam near impossible to find something with the 24 x 18 footprint
     
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    My new Waterbox 170.4/5
    Need recommendations for the ATO section. I will not be using it for fresh water. I was thinking Fuge but the water level is really close to the top. Any thoughts? 20180904_211233.jpeg 20180909_175547.jpeg 20180909_175730.jpeg 20180909_175531.jpeg 20180902_220328.jpeg
     
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