If you’ve been wondering about the real difference between ADA tanks and Do!aqua which are also made by ADA, the above image should make it clear what the major difference is; it’s clarity. The labeled Do!aqua tank on the right has greener glass which is slightly less clear than the homologous ADA tank next to it. The Do!aqua tank on the left was $50 for a Mini-M and the ADA tank on the right was $75 for the same size. If you just get one of these tanks you probably won’t notice the difference in clarity but seeing them side by side it was easy to see what set these two aquarium lines apart. Either of these tanks are finely crafted and excellent choices for any stylish type of aquaria but if you really want to wow, clearly you’ll want to be considering the ADA as a first choice. If you are in the Bay Area of California, looking for ADA and planted products but you don’t want to take the hike into San Francisco’s to visit ADA importer Aqua Forest, consider stopping by the Aquarium Showroom in San Jose as they also stock ADA.