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Old 03-04-2012, 07:13 PM   #11 
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Times that by two and you have Canadian prices lol Sadly, our stores are geared towards those 0.5g tank without heaters... so everything you want to buy for a Betta you need to buy in large amounts :( Even a 1g critter keeper here is $30... an actual 2.65g marina tank is near $60 :( Our 10g tank are $40+.

What about having a list of NEEDED things.. but skip out on the costs factor? That would help a ton when people are researching what they need for a basic set up :)
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Old 03-04-2012, 11:42 PM   #12 
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I picking up one of the Critter Keepers.. the 5.1 gallon ones.. but I do not know if I should run a filter because cycling sounds hard :(
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Old 03-05-2012, 06:11 AM   #13 
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Times that by two and you have Canadian prices lol Sadly, our stores are geared towards those 0.5g tank without heaters... so everything you want to buy for a Betta you need to buy in large amounts :( Even a 1g critter keeper here is $30... an actual 2.65g marina tank is near $60 :( Our 10g tank are $40+.

What about having a list of NEEDED things.. but skip out on the costs factor? That would help a ton when people are researching what they need for a basic set up :)
I know ALL about Canadian prices! lol

I think I shall make a list of necessary things for a betta. :D
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Old 03-05-2012, 11:48 AM   #14 
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I picking up one of the Critter Keepers.. the 5.1 gallon ones.. but I do not know if I should run a filter because cycling sounds hard :(
dont need a filter or cycling if u dont mind doing water changes twice a week....
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Old 03-05-2012, 02:28 PM   #15 
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I just bought the Petco Large Pet Keeper on Saturday and it's working out nicely.... with 3 ghost shrimp, a silk plant, live plants, plastic plants, etc. Also, there is a round bowl heater that works from 2-5 gallons (The Large Keeper size is 3 gallons) and it works perfectly. Keeps the temperature from 72-78 degrees :) The heater was only $9.99
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