I've never actually seen a starfire glass tank before and im wondering if its really worth it or if any of you out there have one?
Depends if you have money and/or love to take pics and/or videos!
:lol: It's going to be a little hard to stick a starfire tank in your pocket and run out of the LFS with it.I will have one someday if my getaway driver does his job
two words can sum up why I want starfire over my acrylicsit's still glass and I say why not get an acrylic tank that is clear, light weight and you can drill with ease. JMHO
I dont have that in my acrylics unless youre head is right next to the panel looking all but sideways, which is no different than glass. The camera lens doesnt agree though, and I do need to be looking straight through if I am going for a really good macroStarfire is worth it if you can afford it.
my biggest gripe again acrylic is its diffraction gradient. far to high for my tastes. yes it is clearer than normal glass, but if you are just a little off angle, headache alert.
:lol: It's going to be a little hard to stick a starfire tank in your pocket and run out of the LFS with it.
I wouldnt steal my custom order starfire from a builder nor a lfs............I would be robbing a bank or jewelry store of course. I do have morals ...
I dont understand this postIt is more noticeable the thicker the glass. At 3/8" I could barely tell a difference, but at 1/2" it becomes quite visible
I dont understand this post
what becomes quite visible?? Ive never had 1/2" glass..in fact I dont think I have ever even had 3/8. Ive had a few 80's in glass,but Im pretty sure those were 1/4's but what I do recall for sure, is scraping the coralline off of them with a razor blade was SWEET