Innovative Marine

10 NUVO Fusion PRO 2 AIO Aquarium Bundle

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A Streamlined Approach to Fishkeeping

  • 10-Gallon Water Volume
  • Ideal for Planted & Betta Setups
  • Built-in Rear Filtration Chambers
  • Reliable MightyJet Controllable Return Pump Included


The 10-Gallon NUVO Fusion Pro 2 aquarium is one of our favorite desktop size aquariums. An all-in-one (AIO) aquarium offers a seamless fishkeeping experience, especially for those that are limited on space and need a compact aquarium option. Its integrated design ensures an uncluttered, aesthetic view with the equipment neatly hidden away in the rear filtration chambers.

The bundle comes with a host of accessories such as a MightyJet return pump, mechanical filtration, media basket with media, and mesh lid. No more guessing if you’re getting the right filtration for your new aquarium; it’s all included.


Aquarium Specifications:

Total Volume - 10 Gallons

Dimensions - 11.8" L x 15" W x 13" H

Display Dimensions - 11.34" L x 11.38" W x 13" H

Glass Thickness - 6mm


Pump Specifications:

Max Flow: 326 GPH

Max Head: 5 FT

Dimensions: 3.7" L x 2.5" W x 3.4" H

Output Size: 1/2", 5/8", 3/4" barbed

Input Size: 1/2", 5/8", 3/4" barbed

Power Consumption: 15w @ 24VDC



What's Included?

10 Gallon Nuvo Fusion PRO 2 Aquarium

MightyJet 326 GPH Return Pump w/ Controller

Removable 200 Micron Filter Sock

Desktop CustomCaddy Media Basket w/ PurityPack Filter Media (mechanical fiber balls, premium 0.8 ROX carbon pack, high capacity GFO pack)

Preinstalled Rubber Leveling Mat

Pre-Assembled SafeScreen Mesh Screen Lid

MicroMag Glass Cleaner

Nuvo Return Nozzle

High Tide Water Riser

More Information
Aquarium Size 10 - 20 Gallons
Aquarium Type All in One, Cube
Total Volume 10 gallons
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Product Questions

What wattage heater should I get for this tank? My house is kept at 65-70 in the summer and 60-65 in the winter.
Question by: Christopher Mulrain on Sep 28, 2022, 5:54 PM
Thanks for the question! Since you have a fairly low ambient room temperature compared to where the tank will be kept at you'll want to get a heater that's 100 watts to keep up the temperature year round. Let us know if you have any other questions!
Answer by: Kyle Thomas (BRS Staff) on Sep 30, 2022, 10:14 AM