Aquariums can be absolutely breathtaking (no pun intended) when they are done with the right design and style. Between the sparkling water and lovely fishes, what’s not to love? Plenty, if the design and manufacturing is poor. That’s why the brains behind the Norrom aquarium have considered all the potential flaws and ruled them out to offer a beautiful, clean, elegant home for your fishy friends.
Aquariums in general that you can buy from pet supply stores like Petco or PetSmart may serve as good temporary homes for your fishies, but often are not quality enough to provide a good and lasting home for them. Between the substandard use of glass and polyurethane to the condensation buildup to the mass wire sticking up out of the top of the tank, it can be a tough place for your pets to live. Not to mention the fact that many aquariums can suck up a lot of power, which is bad for the environment.
So the designers at Norrom have decided to take care of these issues once and for all. They use crystal clear quality acrylic glass that is made with a new proprietary casting process. The waterline is hidden by the clever positioning of the bubble tube. You can choose your own combination of top and bottom accents, and there are no visible wires protruding from the top. The beautiful wooden lids and bases, and carefully selected rocks are selected by you for your favorite interchangeable color combinations.
However beautiful, Norrom is also concerned with the environmental impact – that’s why they use energy-efficient LED lighting that is hidden in the base and offers 500 lumens of natural light on full power and can be dimmed for effect. They also manufacture the aquariums locally, and use resourceful processes.
After all, they understand that even though style is important, the fish living inside need to be happy too. This is also why the filtration system is hidden in the bottom lid so as not to disturb the fish while keeping their home ultra-clean.
Visit their site to mix and match Norrom’s accents and preorder your aquarium now. You will be happy to look at it and your fish will be happy to live in it!
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