Fluval Introduces New FLEX Freshwater Aquarium Kits

14 Jan, 2017

Fluval's new Flex Aquarium Kits are available in 9 and 15 gallon sizes

Fluval’s new Flex Aquarium Kits are available in 9 and 15 gallon sizes

Featuring a bold, vertically curved glass front and sleek all-in-one design, the new Flex Aquarium Kits from Fluval Aquatics are available in both 9-gallon (34L) and 15-gallon (57L) sizes. With the overwhelming majority of all-in-one aquarium kits—especially those featuring a more unique design than the standard “glass box”—being aimed at marine and reef hobbyists, it is refreshing to see a stylish system like this one marketed to the freshwater hobby. And with its adjustable color spectrum, remote-controlled LED lighting geared towards planted aquaria , the FLEX kit is sure to be popular among the aquascaping hobby.

The tank is also equipped with 3-stage filtration and a remote control that allows you to select between several colors and effects.

The tank is also equipped with 3-stage filtration and a remote control that allows you to select between several colors and effects.

 

Consider these highlights from Fluval’s website:

  • 7500K LED lamp supports plant growth and enhances fish colors
  • Fully adjustable White + RGB LEDs for endless color blends
  • FLEXPad remote can also control fun special effects (i.e., fading cloud cover, lightning bolts)
  • Powerful 3-stage filtration for superior water quality
  • Oversized mechanical (foam), chemical (carbon), and biological (Biomax) media included
  • Multi-directional dual outputs for customized water flow
  • Hidden rear filter compartment
  • Stylish honeycomb wrap conceals water line and sides of rear compartment
  • Easy feed-top cover opening
  • Bold curved front design

Look for the Fluval FLEX kits to hit local fish stores across the U.S. in the coming weeks, and check out the FLEX product page for more info.

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