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Aquarium stick on thermometer X1 £0.99 FREE P+P UK 24HR DISPATCH @ Ebay Aquaticsoulutions
30/09/2018Expires on 30/09/2018Found 20th JunFound 20th Jun
Size:13cm x 1.8cm/5.1inch x 0.707inch. Unlike traditional thermometer that takes forever to figure out where that little red bar in the tube sits. Temperature is accurate up to 1… Read more
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Yeah they aren't exactly accurate, but I use it more to give me a rough idea of the temps inside my demi-johns.

samcatch 56p delivered on Amazon (I have prime, no idea on non-prime delivery price)


Used to use similar for home brew temperature readings can be a little off..


Not knocking this, but there are loads of these for the same price on eBay. I bought a few for my homebrew a few weeks ago from the link below. 99p for one, then discounts for every extra (2 for £1.69, 3 for £2.29, etc). Exactly the same item as the one you've listed.


Yes I got one around 3 months back also bought fish tank artificial plant set for 49p

20% off Blue Planet Aquarium
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
FLASH SALE ends Thursday 20% off admission. This offer is only available for visits between 23rd March and 15th April 2018.

I love aquariums but having lived in plymouth the fantastic National Marine Aquarium is bigger, cheaper and the standard tickets allow you free access for a year. In comparison this isn’t nearly as good. Only shame is that plymouth is 5 hours away..


Still very expensive at them prices for such a small place.


Nice discount - great place for the kids (my two love the aquariums!). Heat added :)

Upto 20% Off Gift Experiences at Tesco Direct eg Diving with Sharks Experience at Skegness Aquarium £59.50 (still £95 at BAG) / Adult Tour of Wembley Stadium for Two now £15.30 (£7.65pp) - more in OP
Found 2nd FebFound 2nd Feb
Am on the hunt for a Gift for a loved one at Valentine's, wanted something a little bit different than the usual presents, so starting to have a hunt around for Gift Experiences &a… Read more
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If you purchase this directly from buyagift you can then use their 'Best price promise' which refunds you 150% of the difference. Makes the shark swimming experience about £42.


Discounted price is when they haven't fed the sharks.

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Interpet Aquaverse Glass Aquarium Fish Tank Premium Kit, 110 L now £99.99 Del @ Amazon
Found 26th Dec 2017Found 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. Product Description The Aquaverse Aquarium … Read more
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Reverse osmosis water is the best to put in a tank unless you need hard water but all you do is put additives in.




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?


Please research the nitrogen cycle before you put fish in your tank


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.

Tetra AquaArt II Aquarium Anthracite 30 Litre Online - SAVE 35%, was £75 now £48.75 @ Pets at Home (FREE DELIVERY)
Found 25th Nov 2017Found 25th Nov 2017
Tetra AquaArt II Aquarium Anthracite 30 Litre Online - SAVE 35%, was £75 now £48.75 (Includes FREE DELIVERY)
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After my cactus died, I think an aquarium would be a great idea!


a miniture aquascape might be nice in this with a few tiny fish, like neons


The fish pictured in the tank are too big for this setup. I hope people don't fill this small tank with goldfish as they need a certain amount of litres per cm of growth plus they are a messy fish and need excellent filtration and aeration to keep them happy. I've had my goldfish for over 13 years in a 240 litre tank. This might be okay for a Beta fish but please do your research and don't quote me. This size tank is as bad as a "fish bowl". You're just asking to kill your fish unless you buy one or two fish that won't grow more than a few centimetres. Update: Read this: 1 Beta fish is fine for this tank. No goldfish as they require a 150 litre tank and 50litres for each additional goldfish.

Interpet Aquaverse Glass Aquarium Fish Tank Premium Kit, 110 L £119.99 @ Amazon
Found 17th Nov 2017Found 17th Nov 2017
Interpet Aquaverse Glass Aquarium Fish Tank Premium Kit, 110 L



How you add chips?


Great tank. We have got the smaller 65l as a quarrantine and had it a couple of years now with no problems. Heat added.




Great price but will it get to you in one piece? Not sure Id buy a fish tank online to be honest...too much potential hassle.

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30 litre Biorb Classic (silver) with light and under gravel filter  £65 delivered at Pets at Home
Found 25th Sep 2017Found 25th Sep 2017
Reduced from £85 to £65 so a saving of £20. The newer model (Halo) comes in at around £140 for this size, so a really good deal for a starter. The BiOrb with Light 30Ltr Coldwate… Read more

I was looking at my kettle, 1.7litre. Then thinking, this is around 14-15times larger. Then I saw this youtube video. Smaller than I thought. Mind blown.


Oh no! Ignored :( I'll take my 40 years of fishkeeping and breeding over your five minutes googling, all day long. Bore off.


Look great when you first get it but only for tiny little fish.Nightmare to clean and expensive for parts.


Fishkeeping hasn’t changed fish haven’t changed, your stupidity astounds me. The website is credible and the article is about Goldfish in general. The fishbowl scenario mentioned just trumps your views that a fish shouldn’t swim freely. A 500litre tank is more the size for a few full size goldfish; clearly you have no idea how big they can get keeping them in a bowl. Anyway I am done here, obviously going over your head. Ignored


Yes, I remember that article. It's about a 2-3 litre goldfish bowl. And was written in 2005. There have been some advances since then and it is a lot different to a 30 litre, filtered Biorb. Let's be honest, if I said it was a 500 litre tank with a goldfish obstacle course, funfair and bar, for free, you would still scour the t'interweb to find something wrong with it, even if it is the weakest of links.

Playmobil 6792 1.2.3 Take Along Zoo & Aquarium £13.99 @ Argos
Found 10th Sep 2017Found 10th Sep 2017
Recommended for 18month+. REP £30
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Lol. That makes sense! For some reason it only went hot on my feed today!


It was initially posted 4 weeks ago! Great price, which will be why it has gone!


the links dead and when i search it on argos its gone... have they pulled the deal?


reserved thank you


Got one from ebay a few months ago. They are good for small pellet 2mm or flake foods. Anything larger they will become stuck as the opening isn't so large. So not ideal for large goldfish/koi etc. Can set up to max 4 feeding per day.

Interpet Fish Pod Glass Aquarium Fish Tank - 64 L - £62 for Prime members with automatic discount on check out.
Found 11th Jul 2017Found 11th Jul 2017
Lowest price ever according to camel x3 available for the next 7 hours at time of posting. Features Include: Curved glass for panoramic view For coldwater or tropical aquarium… Read more
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Thanks ok


Thanks. I'm looking to set up a new "dirted" tank as it would be very messy to change my current gravel tank to dirted and would probably ruin the tank so this will be a good starting point 8)


I posted this deal when it was around £80. At this price its a great deal. Good find op.


Harsh...but made me chuckle X)


Can't see any reason why not?

Aquarium Clearance Instore Pets At Home
LocalLocalFound 7th Jul 2017Found 7th Jul 2017
Pets at Home currently have a clearance on many aquarium items. Usually rip off prices but some good deals to be had. A few which I bought today. The Interpet Goldfish Bowl Filt… Read more

Cheers Op I'll have to pop into my local tomorrow for a look.


Just been in my local (blackpool) noticed a few bio orbs and ornaments? Had quite a few quid knocked off. Around the region of 50% off.

Kids Go Free To Merlin Attractions with 1 full paying adult. e.g purchase individual White Split Roll 15p  to recieve Voucher on LIDL reciept
Found 3rd Jul 2017Found 3rd Jul 2017
More of an FYI than a deal. Instead of going out to buy a packet of cereal, you can pop down to lidl and buy anything you like. I think the chocolate twist/vanilla crown/croissan… Read more
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how old do children have to be when the vouchers were used?


Updated and its gone into moderation. Subject is now long winded though


Should really mention that there needs to be 1 full paying adult to redeem the free child entry


Thanks to the Mod who added the Split roll! (y)

Aquarium Set - £12.99 instore @ Home Bargain
LocalLocalFound 6th May 2017Found 6th May 2017
Found this in Home Bargains in Bristol, £12.99 for the set which includes glass tank, filter pump, plant back drop, fish net. No dimensions on the tank but reckon about 10L. Not … Read more
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Had it for almost a year with 3 fancy goldfish, just need to do a water change once a week and they'll be all good


i bought similar one from pet stop had a filter and gravel costs £15 but id rather pay more ​


Our kids went to the fair with a friend last year and came back with a goldfish. Our fish is now almost one year old and is doing fine in this tank. We did buy a few plants from the garden centre and it looks great. (Fish looks happy too)


I had one for little tempa fish and it was absolutely fine. My little boy loved it.


13.4 litres according to a volume calculator. Good for a quarantine tank maybe if you buy a heater

biOrb Baby Aquarium, 15 Litre, 30 x 32 cm, Silver, LED light Amazon for £41.49
Found 22nd Apr 2017Found 22nd Apr 2017
Usually around £60. Same in black is £72

There is some fishy about this deal


Decent price. I've seen some nicely scaped Biorbs, with some moss, rocks and shrimp they look pretty cool. As been said, obvs no fish.


Not surprised, they're not designed for that amount of fish, as in volume. Keep within their limitations and these are easy to look after. Ignore the instructions regarding maintenance and read up on fish forums that know about these things, rather the usual lot that have popped up on here again, you'll save a packet and have a trouble free experience.


These really are a bag of ****,


It should be illegal to sell these for housing fish, same with goldfish bowls.

Interpet Fish Pod Glass Aquarium Fish Tank - 64 L - £73.61 for Prime with 20% automatic discount @ Amazon
Found 19th Apr 2017Found 19th Apr 2017
Interpet Fish Pod Glass Aquarium Fish Tank - 64 L - £73.61 for Prime members with 20% automatic discount on check out. Over £100 everywhere else Features Include: Curved glass f… Read more

think a poor support can lead to leaks


got mine without the stand


good stand?


Not bad but if it is your first one, a bigger one may be easier to manage and for the same price, you could easily get a larger tank with stand, thicker glass etc locally on Gumtree and the like.


Ordered hope it doesn't leak much in the post :3

Eden 522 aquarium filter (up 300 litre tank capacity) £50 @ Garden4less
Found 20th Mar 2017Found 20th Mar 2017
Free deilivery Only one left at the time of posting. This is about half the standard price. I have just bought the next size down for what I thought was a great price of £59. But … Read more
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Did my first post installation filter maintenance and thankfully the twist lock/unlock of the inlet/outlet spigot mount does incorporate a non-flood interlock :) Have now removed the old internal filter and fitted most of its media temporarily in the new filter - so much more room in the tank!


If anyone is still reading this, I went to the aquatic shop yesterday to get a mod for the filter inlet and the guy who assisted me noted that the Eden fitting I had brought with me looked just like one in one of their big (100 gallon?) display tanks, except the red plastic was blue on their tank. That tankl was running an Oase BioMaster 600 canister filter and after doing a bit of research it turns out that Oase, a German company, is the parent company of Eden. Oase also do smaller Filtosmart canisters that are very similar to the Eden range except they have opaque plastic rather than where the Edens are translucent. I learned from the Oase info that the circular quick release fitting (looks identical to the Edens) for the two pipes closes off the flow so in theory there should be no flooding when disconnecting - I haven't tried it yet!


They're now out of stock and the price has gone back up to £100. To follow on from my previous posts about my own purchase of an Eden 521, which is the size down, I set it up last night and so far so good. It certainly seems quiet, though as this is my first canister filter I don't really have a benchmark. The three slotted chambers replace the usual arrangement of stacking baskets and I invested in the optional integrated heater. The inlet chamber has a large medium-coarse sponge plus a space where the water flows in. A removable baffle separates the first chamber from the centre chamber. This has another large medium-coarse sponge and there is space under for (provided) activated charcoal media (if required). I have placed some poly wool media there as I don't need any chemical filtration at present. The design draws water up the centre chamber towards the impeller input but according to the schematic some of the water is driven into the right hand chamber, which contains the bio media and, in my case, the heater. The water then travels down through the bio media (in the end I bought 500g of Fluval biomax to replace half the ceramic rings that came with the filter). The filter draws the water through the bio media more slowly than through the sponges in the two previous chambers, which should be better for the biological action. When it reaches the bottom it goes back into the centre chamber flow and some of it will be recirculated back into the bio chamber and the resit returned to the tank through impeller. I think the chamber design is neat and the recirculation system that slows down the flow through the bio chamber is promising in terms of efficiency. However, I was hoping to use nylon mesh bags to contain the ceramic/biomax media but because the heater installation uses up the central space I wasn't able to use the couple of medium sized bags I had. I really need larger bags less fully filled so they can be moulded to fit the space. Therefore I have just filled the media in the chamber loosely. The inlet and outlet spigots form part of a quarter turn cap so the pipes can be removed from the filter conveniently. Flow control valves at the filter end of the pipework are not included (I've ordered some) but there are controls in the elbows that connect to the tank side inlet and outlets. I fitted the supplied spray bar though there is also a small deflector attachment you can use on the elbow outlet instead. The supplied rubber suction pads are very good quality. At present the unit is under the level of the base of the tank temporarily on a stool as I need to shorten the hoses for the filter to be positioned on the same shelf to the side of the tank. The flow is really good and my platys seem to enjoy swimming in and out if it. The old corner box internal filter remains and I will continue to run that for a couple of weeks and then switch it off and test for nitrites with the expectation that the new filter will have become biologically active. I've placed some old filter media in the new filter to help start things going. Happy to answer any questions if anyone has any.


Well, quite by coincidence, the 521 model I ordered has just been delivered. I got this from Aquatix-2u Ltd on Amazon, not Garden4Less which the 522 linked to here is being sold by. I have had a peek but as it's my birthday present for Saturday I won't be setting it up until then. But it looks great and there are no 'Made in China' labels - only 'Made in Italy' ones, so let's get that out of the way. Where are Jebao filters made? Anyway, it comes with all the filter media you need to get started but I will probably substitute the ceramic rings supplied with some sintered glass media, which I read is superior. It fits beautifully into the space next to my tank, as planned. I've also ordered a 200W 425 model heater that fits this filter. One thing I have noticed is that unlike my Juwel internal filter and conventional canister filters there are no vertically stacking media baskets. When you unclip the top where the pump lives, three vertical chambers are revealed with sliding separators. The central one can stack two different types of media if required. The water flows from one chamber to the next and there is a partial recirculation between the centre and bio media chambers that is supposed to maximise biological filtration functionality. Could be just marketing twaddle of course. Another nice touch is that there is a carry handle built onto the top of the unit that can lie flat when not in use. I'm looking forward to simply carrying the whole unit to the sink at cleaning time, rather than having to fish out dirty sponges and carriers from the existing internal filter while it's still in the tank. :) I'll run the old and new filters in parallel for a few weeks to ensure the new filter is biologically generated. I'll report back on how quiet (or otherwise!) the unit is once it's installed.


There was also a comment here about Eden products "being cheap and nasty import cruddage from China" and "untrustworthy". Well, their website indicates the company's office is in Germany, it proclaims its products are made in Italy. They have a range of swimming pool, pond and aquarium products.

20% off all livestock at Maidenhead Aquatics Truro this weekend
LocalLocalFound 4th Mar 2017Found 4th Mar 2017
INSTRUCTIONS: 20% off all livestock with code "Star" this weekend. Includes fish, shrimp, other inverts, corals, and plants.

I would be wary of things like these being sold on eBay (my children's safety is paramount). I would rather pay premium for these and get them from a pharmacy.


Well, as long as they were in harmony and in step. What were the lyrics? X)


I once needed a syringe with a needle narrow enough for injecting woodworm treatment chemical into the holes, Boots did make a song & dance asking questions why I wanted it.


​Just use toilet paper to clean your crack, like everyone else.


thanks op! These will do nicely for my eliquids, needed to order some more syringes so this was perfect timing.

Fluval Flex Glass Aquarium 57 Litre £112.50 @  pets at home
Found 20th Feb 2017Found 20th Feb 2017
Great price over £150 everywhere else, an extra 5% can be saved if you sign up for the Pets at home mobile App, free delivery or collect from store includes remote controlled mult… Read more
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34 litre for £75 also. Kids want some fish so might be a good starter set. Thanks OP.


edited cheers


Should say in the title that it includes remote controlled multifunction LED lighting and filtration as these really add up if purchased separately. Good sized tank for starting with small fish.


Yea and Dolphins too!


The discount is applied automatically at checkout.

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