Small planted aquariums can be difficult to illuminate and as a result some tanks will be harder work than they should be. Getting the right sort of lighting first time round will save you time, money and hassle, so this blog post should direct you to the right place.
In the past your choice of lighting was slim for nano aquariums - some had units built into them which were nearly always insufficient (especially for growing plants) and they were also under powered making tricky foreground plants even harder. So what's the solution without spending the earth? The Superfish Aqua Qube Light. These lights really are great and I will tell you for why:
- Different wattages to chose from
That's 4 great reasons. Not only that but the units are small and well made - one is 18W which is more powerful than any small T5 luminaire I have seen on the market. If you really wanted to max out then you can run 2 of the units side by side and it won't cost the earth either. There is no reason why you cannot grow any type of plant assuming you're running CO2...
Each unit is 28x6x6cm and finished in a silver plastic. It clips on neatly to the side of the aquarium and once you switch it on, you'll be amazed at how much light it kicks out. To see the range visit this link.