Interpet Aquaverse Glass Aquarium Fish Tank Premium Kit, 110 L now £99.99 Del @ Amazon
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Interpet Aquaverse Glass Aquarium Fish Tank Premium Kit, 110 L now £99.99 Del @ Amazon

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Found 26th Dec 2017
Seems a super price, was posted back in November when it was on offer at £119.99 in the run up to Black Friday, now dropped to £99.99.

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The Aquaverse Aquarium range has everything to set up and maintain a cold water or tropical aquarium. The easy aquarium starter kit includes Bioactive Tapsafe and Filter Start. The CF Easy Care Filtration system that includes foams, carbon, bio media and an Algae prevention pad helps to maintain a clear and healthy water in the tank.

Box Contains
1 x Each of Filter Start and Tapsafe
2 x 18w fluorescent tube lighting1 x Internal CF2 Filter/Pump with one set of all pads. Flow rate 480 LPH1 x 100w Deltatherm HeaterDirections

Aquarium is supplied with specialist fluorescent Tropical daylight lighting these are designed to give out sufficient light of the right spectrum.

Fluorescent lamps have an ‘effective life’ of 12 months, after this time even though they still work the quality and intensity of the light produced diminishes.
To change, firstly turn off the power, then carefully unscrew the end caps at each end of the lamp and rotate the lamp until it ‘clicks’. Then, gently slide the light pins out of the slot to remove the lamp. Reverse the above to fix the new lamp in place. These lamps should only be replaced with genuine Tropical daylight lamps of the same wattage

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Please note the fish capacity shown in the picture.
Edited by: "Gozer" 26th Dec 2017
Gozer1 h, 20 m ago

[Image] Please note the fish capacity shown in the picture.


4 goldfish is far too many for this tank. I had 4 in my 240 litre tank.

Goldfish need a lot of space, good aeration and are polluters so a good filtration system along with weekly/fortnightly water changes is a must.

They grow quickly too and a small aquarium will stunt their growth.

With this sort of tank I'd go for a few small tropical fish that you know won't grow more than a few centimetres. Or a single Betta would go nicely.

Agree with the previous poster than the suggested fish are completely wrong.
Edited by: "jUsT2eXy" 26th Dec 2017
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great deal tbh, back when I had fish I always bought used tanks of this size for around £80 and managed to sell them between 60 and 80 too so you aren't going to lose much money on it unless you end up replacing the filter/heater/light
32913514-hiPot.jpg

Please note the fish capacity shown in the picture.
Edited by: "Gozer" 26th Dec 2017
I have this tank. Very happy with it.
Gozer1 h, 1 m ago

[Image] Please note the fish capacity shown in the picture.


Personally i'd never put Shubunkins in with Orandas, they can get far to boisterous, and are way to quick for an Oranda to keep up when feeding.

As far as Tropical goes, there choices are also terrible. Why have 2 plecs in there along with the corys? They get way to big for this tank, would be better with another shoal of mid fish. Or some G.Rams or something.

*Also, good deal for the price. Tanks aren't cheap anymore.
Edited by: "MannDuo" 26th Dec 2017
Gozer1 h, 20 m ago

[Image] Please note the fish capacity shown in the picture.


4 goldfish is far too many for this tank. I had 4 in my 240 litre tank.

Goldfish need a lot of space, good aeration and are polluters so a good filtration system along with weekly/fortnightly water changes is a must.

They grow quickly too and a small aquarium will stunt their growth.

With this sort of tank I'd go for a few small tropical fish that you know won't grow more than a few centimetres. Or a single Betta would go nicely.

Agree with the previous poster than the suggested fish are completely wrong.
Edited by: "jUsT2eXy" 26th Dec 2017
Very good price if you're not willing to pay for a premium Juwel fish tank. Heat.
I think bristle nose plecs get really large, so best avoid them i think in this size tank
AzeemB5 h, 9 m ago

I think bristle nose plecs get really large, so best avoid them i think in …I think bristle nose plecs get really large, so best avoid them i think in this size tank


I have to disagree they are perfect for this size tank and don't get very big at all.

I think you maybe thinking of a common pleco, which would easily out size this tank.
Perfect, ordered! Going to go buy an asian arowana to put in it!
Have some heat, perfect size for a good tropical community.
AzeemB5 h, 13 m ago

I think bristle nose plecs get really large, so best avoid them i think in …I think bristle nose plecs get really large, so best avoid them i think in this size tank



Bristlenose don’t get very big at all. They are territorial though and also breed quite readily which could be a problem for capacity reasons. Not to be confused with the common pleco or gibbicep etc as they are the ones that get massive
2minutenoodles9 h, 44 m ago

Bristlenose don’t get very big at all. They are territorial though and a …Bristlenose don’t get very big at all. They are territorial though and also breed quite readily which could be a problem for capacity reasons. Not to be confused with the common pleco or gibbicep etc as they are the ones that get massive


There's lots of different types of bristlenose plecs. Some are small but most can get very big if in the right environment.
Gozer54 m ago

There's lots of different types of bristlenose plecs. Some are small but …There's lots of different types of bristlenose plecs. Some are small but most can get very big if in the right environment.



If you believe this to be true then why have you posted a pic suggesting this tank can house 2 of them?
2minutenoodles48 m ago

If you believe this to be true then why have you posted a pic suggesting …If you believe this to be true then why have you posted a pic suggesting this tank can house 2 of them?



Mainly for those people who think they can buy this and then put 10 goldfish in it. Also with the small plecs you could probably house them in this small tank.

Thanks.
Edited by: "Gozer" 27th Dec 2017
Please research the nitrogen cycle before you put fish in your tank
I keep tropical fish and I would strongly recommend that anyone thinking about buying an aquarium does a bit of research before buying any tank.

Go to an internet forum and ask for advice, learn about the nitrogen cycle (you can't just fill with tap water and chuck fish in hoping they'll survive) and think about what kind of fish and how many before buying a tank then you can get the right size tank for your needs.

A lot of people buy a tank without knowing what they're getting into and end up with a tank full of dead fish without really knowing why :-(

Just my 2p's worth. BTW seems like a good price for the tank though but don't forget to budget for substrate, plants, water test kit, tap conditioner, safe start (if you're doing an fish in cycle) and of course fish. Might also want an air pump and air stone?
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AL_G28th Dec 2017

I keep tropical fish and I would strongly recommend that anyone thinking …I keep tropical fish and I would strongly recommend that anyone thinking about buying an aquarium does a bit of research before buying any tank. Go to an internet forum and ask for advice, learn about the nitrogen cycle (you can't just fill with tap water and chuck fish in hoping they'll survive) and think about what kind of fish and how many before buying a tank then you can get the right size tank for your needs.A lot of people buy a tank without knowing what they're getting into and end up with a tank full of dead fish without really knowing why :-(Just my 2p's worth. BTW seems like a good price for the tank though but don't forget to budget for substrate, plants, water test kit, tap conditioner, safe start (if you're doing an fish in cycle) and of course fish. Might also want an air pump and air stone?


Reverse osmosis water is the best to put in a tank unless you need hard water but all you do is put additives in.
knightsimon26th Dec 2017

Perfect, ordered! Going to go buy an asian arowana to put in it!


I hope that's a joke! 🙈
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