Fluval Edge Aquarium In Burnt Orange - £74.99 Delivered @ Complete Aquatics - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
585Expired

Fluval Edge Aquarium In Burnt Orange - £74.99 Delivered @ Complete Aquatics

£74.99 @ Testing
Seems a very hot price for a quality and damn good looking aquarium. 23 litres so it won't be suitable for larger fish such as tangs but good as a nano. Hope it helps someone! Read More
mitchwales Avatar
6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
Seems a very hot price for a quality and damn good looking aquarium.

23 litres so it won't be suitable for larger fish such as tangs but good as a nano.

Hope it helps someone!
More From Testing:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
mitchwales Avatar
6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
Options

All Comments

(25) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
I have one of these and they are fantastic, they look really good and dont need alot of space, good price for this Op nice find
#2
I'm thinking of going with a River Reef that also seems to be well priced at £107
#3
£69.99 plus a fiver postage at paddock farm...

http://www.paddockfarm.co.uk/product.asp?PID=1432
#4
good price i guess - small tank and fluval's imo arent that well made

better off getting a decent 2nd hand one...paid £100 for £1000 worth of stuff on ebay...jewel vision aquarium, cabinet, 35 fish, filters, etc...totally mint and only 18mths old
#5
andy12
£69.99 plus a fiver postage at paddock farm...http://www.paddockfarm.co.uk/product.asp?PID=1432
I don't see how Paddock Farm is cheaper

Complete Aquatics – Delivery

Delivery :-

!! FREE DELIVERY ON ORDERS OVER £70 !!



Edited By: Teltheboy on Dec 19, 2010 20:59
#6
Surprised this is hot - these are £79 at Maidenhead Aquatics, and most stores will be willing to do a bit of a deal on adding a heater or something.
Really nice tanks - great sellers and I've set a fair few of these up as display models!! If you have a Maidenhead aquatics nearby and are interested then I would advise popping in and getting it there - these aren't the best in terms of reliability with the light units and filter motor, so buying instore would be a plus for that reason!
#7
gratts
Surprised this is hot - these are £79 at Maidenhead Aquatics, and most stores will be willing to do a bit of a deal on adding a heater or something.Really nice tanks - great sellers and I've set a fair few of these up as display models!! If you have a Maidenhead aquatics nearby and are interested then I would advise popping in and getting it there - these aren't the best in terms of reliability with the light units and filter motor, so buying instore would be a plus for that reason!

Still a good price though?

However would really recommend anyone wanting to get into the hobby speaks to experts at a shop first. Always good to learn from experts!
#8
Yeah good price Mitch - I've sold tons of them at £100 instore when they were first out, damn things sell themselves! :D
MA also do a pricematch for online prices, so if there's one nearby I'd say go there (maybe slightly biased!) if not this is still great!
#9
gratts
Yeah good price Mitch - I've sold tons of them at £100 instore when they were first out, damn things sell themselves! :DMA also do a pricematch for online prices, so if there's one nearby I'd say go there (maybe slightly biased!) if not this is still great!

Easier to return to a store... makes sense!
#10
A good price but a tank this small will always have you wanting more
#11
i have a newt and coldwater fish. could i get this tank for them.
#12
I have 1 of these they are good but whenever you need to do something to the inside of the tank you have to pump some water out because the water level is to the very top.I paid £75 @ local pet shop
#13
elena17484
i have a newt and coldwater fish. could i get this tank for them.


Yes.
#14
If I haven't had a nano tank already, then I would definitely get this. They are great and would be great for anybody that want to look after small tropical and are style conscious.

Well done OP, heat added
#15
elena17484
i have a newt and coldwater fish. could i get this tank for them.

If by coldwater fish you mean goldfish then i'd defo want something bigger for those dirty little ammonia makers! I love the fish but you can never have a tank that is too big for them cos they kick out so much muck.
#16
I've been running one of these for a year and I'm very happy with it. Fish seem pretty content too. I like it more than the new open top range.

Edited By: Tenex on Dec 19, 2010 23:06
#17
Heat added,

After watching this vid: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFuOiPoVRZg

I really do fancy this tank, not bothered about over loading a tank just having a couple of fish would do for me.
#18
Nice tanks overall.
I've had a problem with the lighting bulbs falling out (and into tank!) and also bulbs not lasting long. Gone through 8 Fluval bulbs in 6 months -at £8 for 2 at local supplier it's adding up . To be fair though supplier did exchange lighting unit.
Looks fantastic when all clean (not quite so good when covered in algae)
#19
Hi to all, I'm totally new to this sort of thing, but interested to know if it comes with everything that you would need, just add water and your fish? and what are the running cost, intend to keep things like the ones in the video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFuOiPoVRZg

Thanks in advance.
1 Like #20
One problem with this tank are the halogen lights.They will heat the water by 2-3 degrees depending on how long you have them on.Keep an eye on the temp i wouldnt let it go above 28c.
A better solution is LED no heat you can get strips of them on ebay.
#21
SugarRay
elena17484
i have a newt and coldwater fish. could i get this tank for them.

If by coldwater fish you mean goldfish then i'd defo want something bigger for those dirty little ammonia makers! I love the fish but you can never have a tank that is too big for them cos they kick out so much muck.


No its a fantail.
#22
A fantail as in "fancy goldfish"
Have a look here for tank size reccomendation

Edited By: SugarRay on Dec 20, 2010 11:24
#23
mamboboy
Way too small for a fantail. I have one in a 60l tank and even that isn't big enough for it. Having them in a tank that's too small will stunt their growth whilst their insides continue to keep expanding. Goldfish always seem like the 'easy' option, but they are the opposite... no stomachs so they produce insane amounts of waste and need frequent water changes.



I would be upgrading my tank from a mirabello 30 so wouldnt this tank be better as its wider
#24
I have a mate who has one of these, and they said there is issues with the amount of fish you can have in. Advise 3 but really, only enough room / oxygen for 2 max? They certainly look nice, but your certainly buying in to a brand.
#25
Maybe a silly question but if I thoroughly clean some gravel off the sea shore can I use this in an aquarium?

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!