The top is for an aquarium, while the shelf is built for tools, food, and other necessary equipment. The back panel doubles as a way to hide electrical cords. Includes elevated feet for when they're needed. Works with Coralife Aquariums and most other 29–32-gallon options with the correct proportions.
While fine for storage and aesthetic, the plexiglass doors aren't very strong or sturdy.
The stand holds lots of weight, despite the small build. Easy to assemble out of the box. The metal is moisture-resistant to prevent unwanted rusting and erosion. The hardware is included in the box. Looks good, despite such a simple build.
Make sure you tighten all the screws well, as some reported troubles doing so.
The instructions are simple to follow. The protective features are good for keeping your floor unscratched. Holds up to 180 lbs without a problem. Designed for wide aquariums. Bottom shelves hold smaller tanks, food, and other necessities.
It's recommended that you put a waterproof mat or barrier between the tank and the wood.
Holds both 10- and 20-gallon aquariums. The unique design is not just aesthetic, but functional, as it keeps the center heavy for a sturdy finish. Concealed storage for food, tools, cleaning supplies, and more. Great for small spaces.
2 adults are recommended for setup. Heavier than other options.
The wooden finish looks good in most homes or apartments. The solid construction keeps it sturdy. The espresso staining looks great next to similar-looking furniture. The cabinet space beneath should fit all the food and accessories you need.
Like most wood, a waterproof barrier is recommended between the tank and the stand.
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