I was wondering if any of you have owned this tank before. (I'll post a picture of it). I know it's 1.5 gallons, but I was wondering if it's a suitable and sturdy home for a betta fish as I am planning on getting a female.
how many of you own one of these tanks? Can you please post a picture of your tank so I can get an idea of how big it really is?
If you wouldn't recommend this tank, do you know any other tank that may be suitable?
I was thinking of getting a critter ceeper, the medium or large one.
I had this tank for my male betta for a month. I liked the design of the light, and the little drawer underneath for supplies, but the filter was a real pain. Unless the water level was perfect, it would never work right for me. After a while, i got a deal on a 10 gallon for him, and now he is happy as can be. This aquarium is better suited for shrimp.
Its actually a decent tank IMO and IME, I used it for months and months and it was fine. There was no need for the filter, so I left it out and the light was really only to see the fish.
A greaaattt QT tank now that I have a 5gal lol!
I have this tank. I love it. A bit on the small side, but it works with good water changes. I too kept the filter out. I don't see a reason for a filter in anything less than 3 gallons. I love the design. Here's a pic of mine-
I would recommend it. It's not beautifully constructed, but it works. Its designed like tanks that are far more expensive.
I had our Marco in that tank for well over a year with live plants, a little bridge and he was happy as can be. I did not use the filter because that tank required a more frequent water change but I did have a heater and it worked swell. I kept his pellets and the conditioner in the little storage. The light was useless for the plants but I had natural light and low light plants.