EcoQube C Aquarium

Beauty of nature in a cube.

Enjoy the beauty and freshness of nature in the form of EcoQube C Aquarium, a small ecosystem that you can place in your office or home. There are some basil seeds included in this kit that can grow on top and absorb all of the fish waste so you never have to worry about changing any filter for this unit. An optional UV sterilizer and remote for the lights are also available if you want to kick things up a notch. It’s very easy to setup, looks beautiful and is one of the lowest maintenance aquariums around.

$151 – $300
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