Nano's and beginer's



Reading through this thread I see that the old addage of larger more stable tanks has been replaced by less exspensive start up cost. The newer biocube tanks offer better equipment and "all" the equipment needed to be successful. When that addage was coined tanks were running with UGFP and a bubbler in the corner with floss and carbon. I think folks who start with mid sized tanks (40 - 75) usually have to skimp on equipment somewhere in the start up, whereas the biocube comes complete. As far as "used" it's how I got into the 210 system I have now. Over three years equipment has upgraded piece by piece. If you had to buy everything at once - OMG - can you say divorce court!
Personally I still believe the bigger the better, easy to maintain, but as the gallons go up do do the costs!