BiOrb 60 litre with halogen light [£89.00 @ Pets at home] - HotUKDeals
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o Halogen Light;
o Air Pump;
o Plug Top 12v Transformer;
o Under Gravel Filter;
o Filter Cartridge;
o Bubble Tube;
o Airstone;
o Tap Water Treatment;
o A sample pack of Fish Food.

The Big BiOrb with Light 60Ltr Coldwater Fish Tank is a complete aquarium solution making it an ideal desktop or starter fish tank.

Easily converted for Tropical Fish with the addition of a fish tank heater, sold separately.

Made from tough acrylic, the Big BiOrb with Light 60Ltr Coldwater Fish Tank would make an ideal focus point in any room in your home.
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banned#1
That's a pretty standard price for this, why is this a deal?
#2
cold from me too small for your average goldfish!!
#3
mamboboy
You can find it for the same price when it's including the (£25) light? :whistling:



I think it's heaven considering the conditions some people keep their goldfish in. A friend has three pretty large Veiltail Goldfish in a tank no bigger than 15 litres with a tiny little filter...
For 1/2 goldfish and a loach I think this is more than fine.


Well if you listen to the staff @ PAH you can get 3 fancys in a biorb15!!! :x the "trained" staff in there change their advice depending on what they have on offer that week!

not fine for 1/2 goldfish as a "bog standard" goldfish can easily grow to 30cms and depending on the "loach" they sell you they can also attain such a size! and gold fish are also super s&^t producers needing at least an internal power filter. some people may keep their fish in undesirable conditions but that might well change is shops gave the right advise!
1 Like #4
Loaches - no this is just too small, way too small, coupled with loaches should be 3+ in a tank ideally - Plus its pretty naff for any bottom feeders as the bottom tiny.
[Moderator]#5
editted the original deal :whistling:
[Moderator]#6
makes the original replys irrelevant :whistling:
#7
Looks good to me.
1 Like #8
mamboboy
I think it's heaven considering the conditions some people keep their goldfish in. A friend has three pretty large Veiltail Goldfish in a tank no bigger than 15 litres with a tiny little filter and no oxygen, which is very cruel IMO.
For 1-2 fantails and a loach I think this is more than fine.


Just because some people keep their fish in smaller tanks doesn't make a slightly bigger tank o.k. This is a strange argument. Why keep fish if you don't have the space or can't afford proper care? BTW, if I knew someone who kept animals in cruel conditions they would be no friend of mine.
1 Like #9
mamboboy
No, not really. Even if it was 200 gallon, people here would still stay it's not big enough for a goldfish.

This is what most would suggest for 1-2 guppies, ya know, cuz everyone has all that room in their houses ...

http://www.teachenglishinasia.net/files/u1/okinawa-aquarium.jpg


Changing the OP too make your point look more effective!!!

Just becasue you think its only a fish doesnt mean you can give it a sh!t life, non of the biorbs are really suitable for goldfish becasue of the swimming space, its capacity in gallons is irrelevant if it has nowhere to swim, would you put a dog in a run just big enough for it to turn round in!!?? :x
#10
mamboboy
No, not really. Even if it was 200 gallon, people here would still stay it's not big enough for a goldfish.

This is what most would suggest for 1-2 guppies, ya know, cuz everyone has all that room in their houses ...

http://www.teachenglishinasia.net/files/u1/okinawa-aquarium.jpg


Is that for reals? Where is it?
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jonneyt
Is that for reals? Where is it?


My psychic powers are telling me Okinawa ;-)
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#12
It's not really an amazing deal however they are lovely and yes, you'll get someone making a snide remark about the size on every forum however as our mollies keep breeding in ours it can't be that bad.
banned#13
my mother had something like this... as its Orbed shaped - it aint easy to see the fish!

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