Comments: Your product the AquaBlock is way to small for just about any fish much less a Betta. Perhaps your company failed to research the Betta, its need for heated water, water changes, and a filter. Does the AquaBlock even have a lid? Bettas are known to jump. I'm sure the last thing you want your "stressed stockbrokers" wanting is their fish flopping around on their desk. The need for heated water is they are a tropical fish. Bettas are know to become lethargic in cold water. That can and will most likely lead to death of the fish. The size being 8"H x 8"L x 3"W means this "tank" holds less then 1 gallon of water. Many aquarium hobbiest would tell you a minimum stock size is 1" of fish per gallon of water. Betta fish are known to be on average 1.5" and are known to be up to 4". Also, Bettas can get sick easy and not having any filter would be daily water changes, and you would need conditioner for the water each time this was done. Even with a filtered aquarium you still need weekly water changes. Another thing, your sealed gravel and sand, prevents beneficial bacteria from growing, these bacteria help break down the ammonia and other important duties, if you know anything of the nitrogen cycle in a aquarium. This means your AquaBlock is basically useless, as it give nothing a Betta needs other then a container of water. The only thing I could think of to use the AquaBlock for is a temporary container for my fish as I clean his larger tank, then again I could do this with a much cheaper container.
Submission Date: 12/16/2010
Submission Time: 2:23:45 PM
Lets see if it gets anywhere lol, just got this. Not really a update but it shows someones on the other end.
SERIOUSLY? OMG I GUESS THAT MEANS I CAN BUY EVERY ONE OFF THE SHELF IN WALMART AND DUMP THEM ALL IN MY CHLORINE SOAPY TAP WATER SINK TOGETHER AND FEED THEM 1 PELLET A DAY AND FOR WATER CHANGES I CAN JUST DO IT ONCE A DECADE AND OPEN THE PLUG OF THE SINK UNTIL ALL THE WATER IS GONE AND ADD MORE FROM THE FAUCET THINGY!