"My goldfish loves this bowl! It's really big and plastic, so it won't break like my other glass bowl did. The opening is kind of narrow, but I can still maneuver my net to get my fish out. I would"... (read full reviews)
"I fell prey to the advertising on this unit. The heater can not be adjusted and mine always ran very inconsistent and hot. I called and they did send a replacement but it did the same thing. The"... (read full reviews)
"It's very cute but not practical, nor humane for the fish.
I don't mean to come across as the fish police and bash people for housing their bettas in 1/2 gallon tanks. This size isn't suitable for"... (read full reviews)
"this tank is too small for a betta to live a happy life in. with it being so small it causes stress and that could lead to death. they do best in 5+ gallon males by them self or in a divided 10 gallon"... (read full reviews)
"While the starter supplies are what one would expect for "starter" and will need to be eventually upgraded, and reaching to the bottom will require some creativity - This is a perfect tank for my"... (read full reviews)
"This is a bad tank for any fish. It looks like it only holds about 1/4 of a gallon of water. That's like putting a person in a closet and thats where they live their whole life. Its just not a"... (read full reviews)
"I wouldn't say its a great tank. However, it gets the job done.
Feels flimsy and not very well made.
Filter didn't come with a valve required to put the pump below the level of the"... (read full reviews)
"Even with the filter on the lowest flow it's too much for bettas. Pulls their tail fins through the grates going into the next tank. Middle and top tanks- the bettas were twisting trying to stay"... (read full reviews)
"In order to keep a betta alive for any length of time even close to their normal lifespan (5-7 years), at least 2.5 gallons, a filter, and a heater are required. I suppose a very tiny sponge filter"... (read full reviews)