While most hobbyists are conjuring up thoughts of their “dream” reef tank, I myself imagine an aquarium that is entirely … unique.
Like an aquarium made out of a bomb, for instance.
That’s right, a bomb.
Fabricated from the tail shells of a Vietnam-era MK-84 bomb, MotoArt’s Aquabomb is blowing away the notion that a nano aquarium be limited to a common cube shape.
“The Aquabomb was originally intended to be a big lava lamp,” admits MotoArt company co-founder Dave Hall. “But I was a little uneasy about making something that could tip over and burn a house down, so it evolved into an aquarium.”
From what limited information I could gather from net, these appear to be the specs:
- 10 gallon capacity
- Built-in pump, filter and lighting
- Stands 80” tall
- Aluminum top
- Plexi glass construction
- Available in seven colors
Once they bust out a camouflage version, I’m buying one.