What 120 gallon tanks are you using?

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What 120 gallon tanks are you using?

Postby sarac » Wed Jan 06, 2021 6:27 pm

Hey everyone, in a few months I’ll need to upgrade my baby. She’s only about 3 months old now. I want to start looking for a tank that I like. What are you guys using and what do you like about it? What do you recommend? If you are using something that can get taken apart easily, please let me know! (I am going to vet school next fall, so I will be traveling with it). Thank you!!
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Re: What 120 gallon tanks are you using?

Postby Shaun78 » Thu Jan 07, 2021 12:01 pm

I just recently got a Zen Habitat 2x4x2. It goes together really easily as it just plastic pressure corners and aluminum tubing frame. Haven't taken it apart yet but I'd imagine it would be rather easy.

I like it because its a nice big size so Volcano has plenty of floor space and gives me the room to put different hides and climbing decorations so he has plenty of play options. Also it has big front sliding doors so taking him out, feedings, and cleaning is a snap. It has a place to run power cords for lights and temp probes thru the back wall into the enclosure. It also has a nice big top aluminum top screen that is also very strong. And because the side and back panels are wood with a bamboo print there is no reflective surfaces so he doesn't freak out thinking another dragon is around.

They are pricy but well worth it.
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Re: What 120 gallon tanks are you using?

Postby KarrieRee » Thu Jan 07, 2021 1:35 pm

I have a Zen as well ----- I like the tank a lot and so do the dragons - not hot on the plexi glass doors but that is what keeps it light weight -- you can move it w/ out taking it apart if you wanted to -- the glass tanks are alot heavier to move and more chance of breaking them --- the Zens have bamboo sides and backing -- so NO reflection issues ---
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Re: What 120 gallon tanks are you using?

Postby sarac » Thu Jan 07, 2021 1:54 pm

Thanks guys! That’s really what I’ve been looking at. Just curious if there were other options, but honestly that looks like the best one on the market. Pricey, but from the reviews it seems like it’s worth it in the long run
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Re: What 120 gallon tanks are you using?

Postby KarrieRee » Thu Jan 07, 2021 1:59 pm

Carolina cages are spendy and heavy
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