As a kid, one of my favorite places to go was (and still is) the aquarium. I used to spend many hours in the jellyfish room, staring at the alien-looking things floating behind glass without feeling bored. So like most kids, my first reaction was to ask my parents if we can keep them. Obviously, they said no. Now I know its because jellyfish are rather fussy in captivity and will die on you at the slightest water changes. Definitely not beginner level stuff. But! Cubic Aquarium Systems have taken pity on us all. Their latest Cubic Pulse 160 jellyfish aquarium is the newest top of the line jellyfish keeping system that helps you keep your beloveds alive and happy.
How the Cubic Pulse 160 Jellyfish Aquarium Works
The Cubic Pulse 160 jellyfish aquarium is made to simplify the jellyfish maintenance experience. The main thing they’re iffy about is water and temperature, like most fish. These guys are only a bit more (way more) picky and sensitive. The aquarium works to regulate all that for you. All you need to do is to make sure you feed the jellyfish once or twice a day, change 10% of the water every week, and change out the filters every 4 months.
With the maintenance procedure simplified to these 3 steps, you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the view. The Cubic Pulse 160 jellyfish aquarium has color changing LED lights built in and can be controlled through the included remote. For those who want an upgrade on the lights, go for the Pulse 180 model. That one can strobe through different colors or display one of 256 colors of your choice. It can be placed on a table or shelf or mounted on the wall as you like. Because of how versatile and easily this blends in with its environment, it’s perfect for both home and commercial décor.
This aquarium comes in at 60cm by 128cm, with a depth of 28cm, so you do need a substantial amount of space to host it. It’s the best quality domestic jellyfish tank you can access commercially, made with high-quality polished acrylic and strong plastic panels. This Cubic Pulse 160 jellyfish aquarium is also tested to be compatible with over 10 kinds of jellyfish. You don’t have to worry about your little ones not liking their new home. Unlike other tanks, this one doesn’t gather algae, so the glass stays clear as you first bought it.
Because jellyfish are so notoriously difficult to maintain, the accessories and materials needed to keep them alive are rather expensive. Yes, before you make any decisions, please remember to do your research. Jellyfish are both difficult and expensive to keep. With this, the price of the Cubic Pulse 160 jellyfish tank is also a bit pricey. At GBP2,499 (~USD3,390), you can get your hands on one of these babies at this website. They also recommend you get their Caribbean Sea Salt Water for quick and easy water changes.
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