This Amazing Aquarium Brings The Ocean Into The Kitchen… – Eco Snippets

This Amazing Aquarium Brings The Ocean Into The Kitchen…

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This Amazing Aquarium Brings The Ocean Into The Kitchen...

This amazing kitchen island contains a massive see through aquarium underneath suitable for keeping saltwater or freshwater fish…

This Amazing Aquarium Brings The Ocean Into The Kitchen...

An absolute eye catcher, the bench top lifts effortlessly with just with the press of a button so you can access the aquarium for maintenance. And apart from being a one of a kind design object, it is surprisingly functional…

This Amazing Aquarium Brings The Ocean Into The Kitchen...

At first glance you might just think it’s an oversized aquarium, but the intelligent L-shape actually hides generous space for kitchen storage and equipment without detracting from the beauty of the aquarium itself…

This Amazing Aquarium Brings The Ocean Into The Kitchen...

This Robert Kolenik state of the art masterpiece is available in a limited edition and can be made to measure. What do you think? Would you like this in your kitchen?

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the ocean belongs in the ocean !

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    Those poor fish. All the amplified noise ????

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    Nikki Katrina Stowe and the artificial light, and the lack of tide, etc etc…..sad

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Menno Stevens ??

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Shit I dropped a teaspoon down the sink!

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Allan Christensen

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The question was
“What do you think ”

I THINK it needs to be STOCKED with LOBSTER

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Kerin Mitchell puts Si’s aquarium to shame

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    When you buy me a bigger house Si Mitchell you can have one!

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Yeah, why don’t we alienate fish from the ocean so we can have them slaves in captivity on our 6ft counters… Smart…(Not!) Sad and shameful! ?? Specially coming from a supposedly eco friendly page…

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I think I would prefer the cabinet space !

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probably big $$$

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Susan Aregood

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I love my fishes! I love this aquarium in the kitchen!

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Tom Jadwidzic imagine this in the basement ?

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Sherylinn Hoang

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Looks like another in a long line of “Aushwitz for fish” designs that I have seen over the years. No information on filtration. Lots of reasons that this would not be good for saltwater. BTW, I spent over 30 years as a professional marine aquarist.

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But how would you clean it?

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Cool a lobster tank…?

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Ocean belongs in the ocean

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Isaac Ramsay Millie Mae

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No, definetly not!..fish sense sound and vibration thru the water..this would be a boom box for them.

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Aushwitz for fish.

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Frank Simonsen fisk fra køkken ??

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Amy Freeman Ryan Cayfordrd hey get this in your new house!

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    It’s cute but it’s not a puppy ?

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You call yourself ecosnippets and then post this dribble as though it is ‘eco’. Dare you to put the running costs in what would be a very power intensive addition to a house. get real.

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As a former professional aquarist I can tell you that I would call this, “Aushwitz for fish” Terrible idea, terrible article. Please don’t show us this again.

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