Boyu LED Arts Aquarium launched at Interzoo

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Chinese aquarium products manufacturer Guangdong Boyu Group has launched its new Boyu LED Arts Aquarium at the Interzoo 2010 trade show in Germany.

The Boyu LED Arts Aquarium is a small desktop pico aquarium with a curved front glass measuring just 17.5 x 23 x 24cm.

The tank is fitted with an LED light with a flexible neck and dimmer switch to control intensity, while filtration is situated in a concealed chamber on the rear of the tank. 

There are several models in the range. The ME-175 models have a plastic trim at the top and bottom and come in Aqua Blue, Pink and Black colours, while the ME-175A models have a coloured base trim but a plain glass edge at the top. 

The nano tanks are not yet available in the UK and there is no UK distribution, but we think these competitively priced aquariums are likely to make their way to our shores very shortly.