What BIG equipment purchase will you have in 2021?

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Will you have a BIG equipment purchase in 2021?

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    Votes: 129 25.8%
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    Votes: 125 25.0%
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    Votes: 7 1.4%

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Weasel1960

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Hopefully getting the in wall 180 in the house my niece bought, hasn’t been used in many years and was an FW tank so will be doing a DIY stand, and buying all the ancillary equipment to get it up and running.
 

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I will Buy R2R from @revhtree... with my good looks and charm :)
happy role playing GIF by Hyper RPG

So yes that is pretty big
 

Ippyroy

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I got the go ahead for a show tank in the lobby at the hotel I work at. It will be a 3 foot tank. I will be moving my tank items over to the new one. I haven't fully decided on which tank yet. I might be able to fit a 4 footer but it would be really tight and I have a very expensive painting on one side and a window facing east on the other.
 

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Yes a complete setup. Reef Savvy tank should be completed mid year, a custom 3 piece stand/ canopy, and a complete sump from Royal Exclusiv. I cannot wait and see it in the house.
 

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I may upgrade my RODI system and add a Kamoer F4 Pro WIFI doser. Additionally, I will likely add a Hydros Wave Engine (and possibly another Hydros Control unit).
 

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Possibly a new skimmer. I want to find a good one that will fit in the footprint. It would also need to be compatible with ozone as a possible future addition.
 

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I'd love an Apex and Trident but for $1,500 cost and my tank only 34 gallons doesn't make a ton of sense to spend that kind of money. Thinking of a Reef Seneye instead. What I like about the Seneye is it's a PAR meter as well.
 

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Been without a tank for over a year. Going to down size and go with red sea max E-260 just have to convince wife. Got rid of 280 gallon display system and everything else. So it will be like starting over from scratch.
 

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This year I will be focusing my efforts into stat tracking. I don't need/want a controller but a full system monitor is what I am thinking about. I don't want to DIY a single thing. Turn-key as much as possible just like the rest of my setup. No clue what I will be getting because I lack every shred of knowledge about available systems. Other than that stuff, my tank is set. I need to redesign my RO/DI & water change setup but that is only like $100 in parts.
 
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