Titan Eze Metal Double Stands
Double your aquatic wonder with these sturdy metal bi-level aquarium stands
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Bi-level aquarium stands showcase two aquariums
Sturdy steel construction safely supports aquarium weight
Powder-coated steel resists corrosion and water damage
Double your aquatic wonder with these sturdy, powder-coated steel bi-level aquarium stands. Designed to safely hold an additional aquarium of the same size or smaller on the bottom shelf. Versatile and functional stands can also be used to hold a single aquarium on top and store equipment and supplies below. Durable construction and powder-coated to resist corrosion and water damage. Quality aquarium stands at a superb value. Easy assembly.
(Aquariums sold separately.)
22-1/2"L x 31"H x 10-1/2"W
26-1/2"L x 31"H x 13"W
32-1/2"L x 32"H x 13"W
38-1/2"L x 29"H x 13"W
50-1/2"L x 32"H x 13"W
65 Gallon* (30/40/50 gallon breeder aquariums)
38-1/2"L x 33"H x 18-1/2"W
50-1/2"L x 36-1/2"H x 18-1/2"W
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 135
Rated by 5 out of 5 Docious Fish tank stand
Really nice stand both tanks look great happy with the purchase and freeded up more space in the room.
July 18, 2016
Rated by 5 out of 5 OEDragon Just What I Was Looking For
I was looking for a two tier stand to hold my two 40 gallon breeder tanks. I had seen several posts online recommending a shelving unit from a hardware store that looked great... only there was no way to use it with a sliding/locking lid since the edges of the stand overlapped the corners of the tank. While an excellent product for fish tanks or other open-top tanks, it just wasn't an option for me. Then I found this stand and I'm really glad I did. It is wide enough to accommodate both tanks without interfering with my hinged lid on one tank or my sliding/locking lid on my other tank. I'm not sure I would trust it to hold up two 40 gallon fish tanks, it doesn't seem quite heavy duty or sturdy enough to support that kid of weight, but it works great for my reptile tanks. It may wobble a bit when first set up but once you put the weight of two tanks on it it is fine and doesn't shake at all even when bumped. Some people complained of rust, there was a powdery rust on the stand when it arrived, but I'm not convinced the rust came from the stand itself. It just looks like a powdered rust that came off a machine or something while it was being packaged, and it wiped right off with a wet towel. There is no sign of rust on the stand itself. One of the legs on my stand arrived ever so slightly bent, just enough that we had to hit it with a hammer in order to set the stand up. The spot isn't visible after setting up the stand though so I don't consider it a big deal. It's a tad on the expensive end for what it is, but I believe it's money well spent since I now have two tanks on a single stand and taking up less space. The stand itself is visually appealing.
July 4, 2016
Rated by 5 out of 5 trics good value
I love that it holds two aquariums and is simplistic in design. Sturdy enough too.
May 17, 2016
Rated by 5 out of 5 HamDiva Great product for the price
Albeit, mine did have quite bit of rust fall out of the inside of the bars when I unpackaged the parts, it was super easy to put together and looks great!
I'd be concerned about the rust if I was placing this stand outside, but it's indoors and I'm using it to hold a 40g breeder and a 20g L tank (I bought a board that fits the length of the stand for the 20g L so I can rest it on there).
It is taller than it states in the description though, so keep that in mind.
April 29, 2016
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