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BiOrb Exclusive Life 15 Portrait 15 litre aquarium £79.99 @ Maidenhead Aquatics

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Great little tank with mostly everything you need to get started(no heater). This is an exclusive design for Maidenhead Aquatics. RRP 129.99 Free delivery or store collection. The BiOrb Life 15…
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Yeah I miss my tank. When I was at Uni and I was home for vacation Mum said she "liked the ones with little legs". Had no idea what she was on about till I noticed I had more Kuhli loaches than before. That's a sight I missed as obviously the kids must travel around close to a parent's belly for a while. However I have many memories of cool things I did see.


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These make awesome Betta tanks too so long as you're regular with your water changes, don't overfeed, etc. Bit more of a 'pet', a lot hardier than shrimp and trust me it is far easier to convince someone buying it as their first tank to get a Betta instead of a Goldfish or hundreds of Guppies. You have zero chance convincing someone buying their first fish tank to not put fish in it.

If you're buying this as an established fish peep then what's wrong with you as once the partner/parents ok another tank then you buy the biggest you possibly can or you're not doing it right. If this is the biggest you can have then fyl ;)

Personally wouldn't put a betta in here, they breath oxygen and this tank is designed to filled full.

You could under fill it without it looking orrilbe tho I'd guess. And aren't Bettas from orrible murky puddles? I'd guess they would be capable of handling water quality changes. The thing that would bother me is the temp fluctuations as I'd expect (?) the water temp may go over the thermometer setting before ye olde bimetallic strip breaks contact? Would there be any truth in this idea a small water body and a largeish (relatively) heater may kick in with too much heat?
Murky puddles? Erm, no. Their native home is usually in rice paddies or large pools of still water. The water in those fields aren't murky.

Ah I read years and years ago their resplendence was in part due to the murky waters they lived in necessitating OTT 'visuals'. Had one and loved it. For its size quite a clever little ****. Taught it to jump from the water to take food from my fingers. Then one day he jumped my tank divide and all that was left of him was a small light pink fillet :(
That's brilliant! (The part about it jumping to take food from your fingers - not the inglorious death).

Fishkeeping is a hobby I really miss but living space nowadays doesn't permit such luxuries for me - that and the costs of getting an aquarium are shocking. I used to have apple snails and they'd lay loads of eggs on the top of my tank. I could get to them in time before they dried out otherwise I would have cultivated them in another tank...

Having said that, I just realised that snails would be another option for this tiny little tank.
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oh now you got me wondering what they look like from above. Recently set up a little water feature in t' garden. Not bothering with live fish but maybe...just maybe :3

If you do, please post some pics for us to envy...

Nah it looked like I could get one for 99p but turns out they are listing on ebay with an option to buy a spare battery for 99p. The fishes are over £3 and I'd want say 3 to 5 so no go. Sorry.
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oh now you got me wondering what they look like from above. Recently set up a little water feature in t' garden. Not bothering with live fish but maybe...just maybe :3

If you do, please post some pics for us to envy...

oh now you got me wondering what they look like from above. Recently set up a little water feature in t' garden. Not bothering with live fish but maybe...just maybe :3
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SUPERFISH AQUA EXPERT 70 LITRE AQUARIUM FROM MAIDENHEAD AQUATICS £59.99

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Good price for a 70 litre aquarium that includes heater, filter and led lighting..... The modern, slim-line Aqua Expert 70 is the attractive, ready-to-go tropical aquarium from Superfish. With an e…
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Just bought this for our mum, excellent value at £59.99p and comes complete with an Aquaflow 200 internal filter a 100w heater and stat and low voltage (8w) colour enhancing LED lighting with a touch sensitive switch built into the hood. 4 weeks in and no problems, with tank or any of the accessories,cheap to run and a perfect out of the box solution for the beginner or as a secondary tank for the enthusiastic aquarist.
This is about half an hour away. We are looking for a first fish tank for our kids and have visited only Pets at Home. Would this be a good buy? Any idea of dimensions as can't see on the web page. Will see if hubby is up for the drive today.
This is about half an hour away. We are looking for a first fish tank for our kids and have visited only Pets at Home. Would this be a good buy? Any idea of dimensions as can't see on the web page. Will see if hubby is up for the drive today.
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Great price for a 70L tank, but local only

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