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Marineland Auto Color Changing LED Bubble Ring

Great for smaller aquariums or to highlight a specific area in a larger aquarium6 LED's cycle through hundreds of colorsUse gravel to anchor the LED Bubble Ring on the bottom of the aquariumIncludes a 10 ft. power cord and is fully submersible
Average Customer Rating:
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5 out of 5(100%)reviewers recommend this product.
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Customer Reviews for Marineland Auto Color Changing LED Bubble Ring
Review 1 for Marineland Auto Color Changing LED Bubble Ring
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4 / 5
4 / 5

so far a great item

PostedAugust 28, 2014
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from des moines, IA
Have had for 1 week, nice compact LED multi light disc.
Color spectrum is cool...I got a Petco skull with jewel eyes and have
The color disc facing it, makes the red eyes pop and change as it cycles !
Another bonus is the bubbler too...just right flow. Very pleased as of now.
I would recommend this to a friend!
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Review 2 for Marineland Auto Color Changing LED Bubble Ring
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5 / 5
5 / 5

Nice Special Effects

PostedMay 23, 2013
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from Dansville, NY
I have a little aquarium - freshwater with community fish. It needed something flashy. I ordered the bubble ring and the crystal cover together and placed in my aquarium. Set up was simple. Love to turn off the hood light and stare at the aquarium now when it is dark. Very attractive addition. The fish don't mind it either.
I would recommend this to a friend!
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Review 3 for Marineland Auto Color Changing LED Bubble Ring
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5 / 5
5 / 5

Niceeeeeeee

PostedMarch 15, 2012
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from New York, NY
This has added a new dimension to my aquarium. I can now use the light at night and it actually makes the aquarium and the area around it look really sweet! Adding the hose for air just makes it better. It is kind of light though so you will need to entrench it. I have a small Pleco that keeps getting under it.
I would recommend this to a friend!
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Review 4 for Marineland Auto Color Changing LED Bubble Ring
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4 / 5
4 / 5

Love it!

PostedFebruary 5, 2012
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from California
I am very glad I spent the money on this! It looks very cool! I have a 5 gal fishtank with three black skirt tetras, and with all of the neon decor, it looks really cool. The fish reflect the changing colors of the light, which is really attractive even with the aquarium light also on. At first the fish were a little scared of the bubbles, but now they swim right through them. My only complaint is that since you have to buy an air pump and tubing for the bubbles, the amout of cords I have coming out I my tank is a little annoying. Make sure you have holes in the lid of your aquarium for: a cord for the aquarium light (If you have it), filter, heater(if you have it), the lights on the bubbler, and the tube for the bubbles. Also, make sure you have room to plug in a cord for the air pump. It sounds like a lot but once it's all set up its not that bad, but setting it up was a little annoying. Despite that, it looks perfect in my fishtank with the crystal decor. I can imagine that with a tank around 10 gal or larger, this lighted bubbler would look tiny so I suggest a larger bubbler for those tanks. I really love how much excitement it brings to my little tank an have gotten lots of compliments from my friends, so I hope you enjoy it too! :)
I would recommend this to a friend!
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Review 5 for Marineland Auto Color Changing LED Bubble Ring
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4 / 5
4 / 5

The Bubble Ring is very colorful and has a nice stream of bubbles.

PostedJanuary 1, 2012
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from Jamison, PA
I like this new addition to my aquarium, but feel that the base should be heavier, because it has a tendency to float.
Maybe a better way to anchor it would be with a wider base or "feet" that can be buried deeper into the aquarium gravel. :)
I would recommend this to a friend!
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