14 Stunning 75 Gallon Aquariums


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Our Choice for the Best Top 3  75 Gallon Aquariums :

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Perfecto Manufacturing APF97003 Aquarium Tank$$$More details!
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Eshopps RS-75 Reef Sump - Up to 75 gallons $$More details!
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Double Aquarium Stands 75 gallon $$More details!
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Crafting your 75+ gallon tank can be done on a wide range of budgets, but either way, it’s an investment and something you don’t want to have to do more than once. As such, you want to make sure your purchases are wise decisions.

To help you make sure your money is spent wisely, we’ve rounded up the 14 best options available for starting your aquarium. All of these options are at least 75 gallons and make a great start to an impressive fish tank.

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Perfecto Manufacturing APF97003 Aquarium Tank$$$More details!
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Aquatic Fundamentals 55 Gallon Upright Aquarium Stand $More details!
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Acrylic Rectangle Aquarium 55 Gallon Black$$$More details!
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Eshopps RS-75 Reef Sump - Up to 75 gallons $$More details!
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#1: Top Fin 75 Gallon Hooded Aquarium

A Top Fin 75 Gallon Hooded Aquarium setup T he Top Fin 75 gallon hooded aquarium features a long, narrow profile that helps fill up a long viewing area. It looks great up against a wall, and at 48.5 inches in length, by 18.5 inches wide, by 21.125 inches high, it allows your fish plenty of room to pick up speed as they dash from one end of the tank to the other.

This option is a glass tank, which offers easier cleaning ability, since you can use tools like razor blades to scrape contamination from the tank interior without fear of damaging the material. It comes with the aquarium itself, along with a tight fitting hood and dual fluorescent lights to provide ample illumination across the length of the tank.

Take a look in more depth at the Hooded Top Fin Aquarium on MyAquarium here.


#2: Clear-For-Life 75 Gallon Hexagon Aquarium

Clear-for-Life 75 Gal Close up photo T his aquarium provides a durable, light weight acrylic tank in a unique hexagonal profile. It offers multiple viewing angles spanning a full 360 degrees around the perimeter of the tank, allowing you to view your aquarium no matter where you’re standing. With a lifetime leakage warranty, you can rest assured knowing you’re protected from faults or damage. This aquarium measures 29″ in length x 25″ wide x 30″ high.

For more detail on the Clear-for-Life Hexagonal Fish Tank from MyAquarium click here.


#3: Deep Blue Professional DB Edge75 Aquarium

Edge75 Deep Blue Aquarium The Deep Blue Professional Edge75 rimless reef ready system by DB Edge Series Aquariums is a great start to a high quality setup. It comes pre-drilled and includes a plumbing system, making it as easy as possible to hook up your preferred pump choice for a great powered filtration option. The placement of the plumbing system ensures you will experience no problems with water flow, something that can take some trial and error without an already existing plumbing solution. This is a glass tank that features their own Opti-Pure technology to ensure the maximum amount of possible light passes through the tank for an enhanced viewing experience. This tank is 48 inches in length, by 18 inches wide, by 20 inches high.

To read our detailed analysis of the Deep Blue Professional Modern Edgeless reef ready aquarium take a peek here.


#4: Marineland 75G Aquarium Majesty Ensemble

Marineland 75 Gallon Aquarium The Marineland 75G Aquarium Majesty Ensemble is one of the easiest ways to get started with a 75 gallon tank, since it includes both the tank itself and a stylish stand capable of supporting the weight of a 75 gallon tank. The black base offers multiple storage areas, making it as easy as possible to keep your supplies (like fish food, nets, chemicals, and cleaning materials) within access and out of sight. It is 48 inches in length, by 18 inches Width, by 21 inches high to provide plenty of room to watch your fish swim about. In addition to the tank and stand, you’ll also get a fitted hood with matching dual lights to ensure the length of your tank is properly illuminated at all times.

See more of the complete Marineland 75 Majesty Aquarium here.


#5: Clear-For-Life 75 Gallon Rectangle UniQuarium

Black 75 Gallon Clear-for-Life UniQuarium The Clear-For-Life 75 Gallon Rectangle UniQuarium provides large water capacity in a profile that maximizes the front facing viewing area, offering more surface area through which to see your fish swim around in their environment. To make things easy for you, it comes with built in filtration to keep the water clear.

High quality acrylic construction affords a light weight tank while providing more light, making it easier to see your fish. It’s ideal for any type of saltwater or freshwater environment and is backed by a limited lifetime warranty against any type of leakage (which shouldn’t be a huge problem in the first place for an acrylic tank).

Read more about UniQuariums here or see our full post about the Clear-for-Life 75 Gal rectangular UniQuarium here.


#6: Perfecto Manufacturing APF97003 Aquarium Tank, 75-Gallon in Black

Perfecto Manufacturing 75 Gal Aquarium / Pet Cage The Perfecto Manufacturing APF97003 Aquarium Tank is a 75-Gallon aquarium detailed with stylish black accent features. It is 48 inches in length, by 18 inches wide, by 21 inches high, so you end up with plenty of room to house a large number of fish. It’s ideal for just about any type of fish, making a perfect home for your favorite freshwater or saltwater varieties. This is a core tank, rather than a kit, so you’ll just need to pick up some basics – like a pump and heater – before you’re ready to begin.

Further details on the Perfecto Rectangular 75 Gallon APF97003 is available from our site here.


#7: Deep Blue Professional ADB11075 75-Gallon Reef Ready Glass Aquarium Tank

Deep-Blue-75-Gallon-Aquarium The Deep Blue Professional ADB11075 75-Gallon Reef Ready Glass Aquarium Tank offers an impressive profile and thick, distortion free glass to help provide advantages usually only offered from acrylic tanks, while keeping the durable advantages offered by traditional glass. It is 48 inches in length, by 18 inches wide, by 20 inches high, so you end up with an expansive landscape that’s visible from the front of the tank. You can make a home for either freshwater or saltwater / marine life in this tank, and it has plenty of room for multiple varieties of fish species or for an expansive coral reef.

For a detailed comprehensive product description and further photos of the ADB11075 read here.


 

#8: Tetra STS26923 75 Gal Reptile and Pet Enclosure

Tetra 75 Gal Vivarium / Reptile Enclosure The Tetra STS26923 Reptile Enclosure is a 75-Gallon tank suitable for pets like turtles or iguanas. At 48 inches in length X 18 inches wide X 20 inches high, it provides plenty of room for multiple animals or larger verities of pet options. It features easy heat lamp installation to ensure you get off on the right foot with ease. With back punch outs, you can easily route cords out of the way for a clean look. The full length of the rear lip prevents smaller pets or prey from escaping the enclosure.

To read more about this reptile aquarium or pet enclosure see our Tetra 75 Gallon description in more detail here.


#9: Tetra STS26926 Deluxe Slide Door Cage Vivarium

Tetra-Usa-Double-Door-Vivarium The Tetra STS26926 Deluxe Slide Door Cage is a 75 gallon tank that can also be used for reptile habitats. It has a sliding front door to allow easy access to the interior for interaction and cleaning. The drain hole on the bottom allows for easy removal of liquid waste products without opening up the tank. Another nice feature of this tank is the ability to add a padlock to the front – something that’s useful for any house with children who might tamper with your animals when you’re not around. This tank can be used for reptiles or Guinea pigs.

For more detail on the Tetra Deluxe Slide door Terrarium / Vivarium / Pet Enclosure read further on our site.


#10: 80 Gallon Starfire Aquariums with Center Overflow

Starfire Rimless 80 Gallon Cube Aquarium The modern rimless 80 Gallon Starfire Aquariums with Center Overflow is a high capacity glass tank measuring 32 inches in length, by 24 inches wide, by 24 inches high. Some unique features are pre-drilled design along with all pipes included, along with an overflow box to ensure your water level remains consistent at all times.

Click here to find out more details about this high quality Starfire Aquarium.


#11: Deep Blue Professional ADB18080 80-Gallon Reef Ready Frag Tank

80 Gallon Deep Blue Aquarium The Deep Blue Professional ADB18080 80-Gallon Reef Ready Frag Aquarium Tank features a profile of 48” by 24” by 16” with black accents. This tank has a strong presence in any room you place it in, and high quality glass allows high visibility across a range of lighting conditions. This tank is an ideal start for just about any type of aquarium, and at 80 gallons of capacity, it offers some additional room beyond the basic 75 gallon options. It’s fully reef ready and pre-drilled, so you’ll be up and running in no time flat.

A comprehensive detailed specification for the 80 Reef Ready Deep Blue Professional Fish Tank is available from MyAquarium here.


#12: All Glass Aquarium 90gal Aquarium Black W/1 Megaflow

All-Glass Aquarium 90 Gallon This option from All Glass Aquariums is a 90gal aquarium with black accents and Megaflow technology making it reef ready and simple to setup, to protect your aquarium from problems that result from overflow. It’s glass, and measures 48.5 inches in length, by 18.5 inches in width, by 25.4 inches high. At 90 gallons, you get a noticeably bigger tank from the smaller 75 gallon models.

If you are having trouble deciding whether this All Glass Aquarium is for you, take a look at the MyAquarium description and specification for advice here.


#13: Deep Blue Professional ADB18090 90-Gallon Reef Ready Aquarium Tank

Deep Blue Reef Ready 90 Gallon Tank The Deep Blue Professional ADB18090 90-Gallon Reef Ready Aquarium Tank measures 48 inches in length, by 18 inches wide, by 24 inches high and is made with all glass construction. It’s a rectangular profile that’s reef ready and pre-drilled with all necessary plumbing included. This is a great tank for saltwater, but can work equally well for freshwater fish.

A few more photos are available, alongside further detail, for the Deep Blue 90 Gallon tank here.. Take a look.


#14: Perfecto Manufacturing 93 Gallon Tank Cube Frameless W/ Overflow

Perfecto 93 Gallon Rimless Aquarium This tank is a full 93 gallons, making it the largest option on our list. For someone who wants the best of the best, it’s hard to beat this tank. It measures 30 inches in length, by 30 inches wide, by 24 inches high and is all glass – so, needless to say, this is a fairly heavy tank. It helps to have two people to set it up. This is a cubic aquarium with a seamless frame, housing distortion free and scratch resistant glass for a lifetime of enjoyment.

For more information read our detailed 93 Gallon Perfecto Manufacturing guide here.

To summerise

The best tank option for your personal needs will depend on your budget and size requirements, but it’s hard to go wrong with any of these options.

If you have not made your mind up try reading one of our other helpful guides:-

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