RED SEA DIY AQUARIUM NET COVER (TANK LID) INCLUDES 1 x UNIVERSAL CUT-OUT

RED SEA DIY AQUARIUM NET COVER (TANK LID) INCLUDES 1 x UNIVERSAL CUT-OUT

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Red Sea’s DIY Aquarium Net Cover keeps excitable fish safe inside their tanks while keeping household pets or potential predators at bay.
 
With an extra strong aluminium frame, this screen is sleek yet super sturdy and will not warp. Customisable components allow the screen to accommodate rim-mounted equipment such as lighting arms, auto-feeders and overflow boxes, creating a perfect fit with virtually any open-top aquarium.
                                                                                                     
The screen also features clear, thin netting which does not block out light. The frame and net can easily be cut and assembled to be placed on the rim of the tank or to be indented within the tank for a more discreet look.
 

 
Features:

  • Suitable for most open-top aquariums
  • Extra strong, customised aluminium profiles
  • 8mm (5/16") thin strand, transparent netting
  • Inside-rim or on-rim mounting options
  • Cut-Out kit included
  • Extra components for additional rim-mounted equipment are available

Why choose us?

Customer needs and animal care are at the centre of our business

We believe you can only get value if you get quality too and most of our customers agree we’ve got the balance right. From gentle acclimation and monitoring tank mates to tailored diets we go the extra mile to ensure we offer happy, healthy, livestock.

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Testimonials

★★★★★

Really nice shop. Nice coral and fish selection and prices are good too. Fish food is also a good quality and price. Will be visiting again soon 👍

Dee Stan
★★★★★

May be smaller then some shops in the area but very well priced and can always find a little jem or two in here I never leave without something new for the tank

Richard Fincham