12 Best 75 Gallon Saltwater Aquarium

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Top 12 75 Gallon Saltwater Aquarium

NICREW ClassicLED Aquarium Light ( Brackets, 48-Inch, 32 Watts)
Product Highlights:
  • super bright, energy efficient and long lasting leds to produce amazing shimmer to your aquarium
  • adjustable metal brackets to fit aquarium tank from 48 inches to 52 inches
  • two lighting modes: white & blue leds for daylight and blue leds for nightlight
Orlushy Submersible Aquarium Heater ( Suitable For Marine Reef Fish Tank Sump)
Product Highlights:
  • ★300w aquarium heater is suitable for 50 to 80 gallons aquariums,length - 11 inch,voltage 110-120v, power cord is 6ft, please choose the right wattage aquarium heater according to our size chart.
  • ★it shows an area to adjust the temperature. it's not exactly accurate but it turns easy and can be adjusted at small intervals.
  • ★explosion proof: 2mm thickened quartz glass,can be used in fresh water and salt water aquariums,easy to hide in the tank.
TOPLANET LED Aquarium Light ( LPS/SPS Freshwater Saltwater 55-75 Gallon Fish Tank)
Product Highlights:
  • top aquarium lighting: the light brightness is 30% higher than other aquarium lights with the real 45mil bright lux white chips and 45mil epistar blue chips.high brightness & high light penetration, add a delightful visual display to your aquarium and are beneficial to grow plants! utilized the 120 degree upgraded acrylic lens to ensure light efficiency color uniformity to deliver you a vibrant color for a luxurious feel.
  • fully dimmable: this aquarium light intensity can be adjusted from 0 to 100% with dimmer for meeting the different stages of your corals, reef and fish, promote the growth of any sps and lps flourished under it. two individual dimmers, switches and power cords for each channel, suitable for freshwater and saltwater.
  • silent running and excellent heat dissipation: adopted mute fan in our light, the fan noise is 31% lower than others but the heat radiation is better, lower working temperature.
Marineland ML90654 Precision Heater ( Freshwater Aquariums, 300-watt)
Product Highlights:
  • this 300 watt heater is for aquariums up to 80 gallons. adjustable temperature dial allows you to set the temperature 1 degree with every click.
  • thermal switch automatically turns off as temperature rises above an internal preset and turns back on once it cools down.
  • the advanced heating element contains a mica core surrounded by a mesh heating element for superior heat transfer with enhanced durability
ViaAqua 300Watt Quartz Glass ( With Built-In Thermostat)
Product Highlights:
  • high quality quartz glass
  • fully-submerisble
  • visible temperature setting
Instant Ocean SeaClone 100 ( Optimum Skimming Efficiency)
Product Highlights:
  • protein skimmer mini vortex skims and removes dissolved wastes from marine aquariums
  • powerful & efficient turbo-venturi injector system with maxi-jet 1200 pump form protein-laden bubbles
  • versatile installation external hang-on or in-sump installation
Marineland PF0350B Penguin Power ( 75 Gallons, 350 GPH)
Product Highlights:
  • with rotating bio-wheel: patented bio-wheel technology provides excellent wet/dry biological filtration.
  • multi-stage filtration: delivers mechanical, chemical and biological aquarium filtration to maintain a clean aquatic environment.
  • compatibility: use with marineland rite-size filter cartridges (see individual filter for sizing recommendations).
Bozily Aquarium Lights LED ( Timer For Saltwater Freshwater Fish Grow Marine Tank)
Product Highlights:
  • 【 professional full spectrum led aquarium light】 - carefully selected 338 cree/osram leds for this led aquarium light, red peak at 637nm for best color rendering and fish plants healthy; blue peak at 460nm for coral growing and increase vitamins d3, help corals absord calcium. promote photosynthesis of aquatic plants to provide enough oxygen for aquarium creatures, make your aquarium growing healthily.
  • 【simulate nature sunrise sunset 】 - this aquarium lights use app to control dimming and timer- enables freely adjust blue / white levels, customize daylight/night lighting modes, or simulate sunrise and sunset, each setting run automatically after timing scheduled. ensure a beautiful visual display in your aquarium tank,customize your personal aquarium. the app name:“imagic cct” fits android 4.3+ / ios 8.0+ system, freely contact us if any download/operate problems.
  • 【wider illumination & no noise 】- 45% larger size than traditional aquatic lights, no fans design means can quietly enjoy your aquarium viewing at home without noise. light is more concentrated, reducing light loss, improve high par/lumen output and maximize offer uniform lighting to aquarium tanks. aluminum heat back panel plus a small heatsink for each chip to achieve excellent heat dissipation. the international input voltage: ac110v-240v
KZKR Upgraded Aquarium Light ( Multi-Color Decorations Light 120-150 Cm)
Product Highlights:
  • full spectrum leds aquarium light, bring more natural light to your fish and plant. 3 optional control modes: all leds on / only blue leds on / close.
  • super bright 5730smd. high-quality leds for low energy dissipation. aluminum case for faster cooling to keep long service life.
  • suitable tank length: 120cm/ 48inch- 150cm/ 60inch. with extendable bracket to fits your tank. lumen :5355. power: 33.5-34w.
Barrina 48inches Aquarium Hood ( Water With Extendable Brackets, 45 To 50 Inches, 4FT)
Product Highlights:
  • with extendable bracket to adjust the length to fit your fish tank, fits tank 45 to 51-inch length
  • remote control for choosing 16 solid colors, 4 light modes: flash, strobe, fade and adjust brightness
  • impressive rgb color. a wonderful addition to decorate and illuminate your fish tank

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