Can you replace the bulb on these?
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Cheers. That'll keep the kids happy (highfive)
That would help balance the books, having bought those water cannons from them. https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1CHBD_en-GBGB797GB797&ei=I4qpXpGZJcGigQa5woPoAQ&q=boris+water+cannons+germany&oq=boris+water+cannons+ger&gs_lcp=CgZwc3ktYWIQAxgAMgUIIRCgATIFCCEQoAE6AggAUPp0WJ16YKiEAWgAcAB4AIABuAGIAaEFkgEDMS41mAEAoAEBqgEHZ3dzLXdpeg&sclient=psy-ab
I suspect they thought "what's the point having 21 million masks sat around doing nothing" and sold them to another country. Probably Germany.
I'm really puzzled about that bit. Does anyone know anything about that? I've not even heard conjecture, be it fraud, theft or whomping great big rats in the super duper state of the art warehouse.
well said less patronising more paying staff a decent wage
Seems fishy to me? 😁
Are you for real?
I use the Wilko homebrewing ones (2 for £3) on my tank and they're accurate according to my more expensive digital thermometer.
These work well for fermention buckets for any budding homebrewers out there.
This is for Aquarium not for Humans.. just read the description
Plenty out there if you really want them https://www.amazon.co.uk/Festnight-Forehead-Thermometer-Strips-Reusable/dp/B08693HBNX/ref=sr_1_19?dchild=1&keywords=forehead+strip+thermometer&qid=1587308443&sr=8-19
Back in-stock April 20th
Hopefully it all seems to be getting back to normal in the shops (y)
Got some from Superdrug online last week. Just thought I'd point out what's out there in the shops.
I have been struggling to find hand sanitiser. Popped into my local Superdrug at the weekend and there were plenty. Limit 2 per person. Very happy.
Bought this back in December and have to say it’s one of the best hand washes I’ve used. Would definitely buy it again
Because its cruel, common sense really..
Fake photo! (there's food in the freezer cabinet) ;)
You can keep a goldfish in a small bowl in the same way you could live in a wheelie bin.
By the time you wait in the queue the Fish will die , we stood in th queue for over an hour in Wembley
Fish tanks are great, but research what you want. Learn the nitrogen cycle, find out how to condition a new tank, work out what fish you want, how many of them, compatibility with tank mates, how big a tank can you afford or fit in your home
Bit late obviously but can you tell me where you got your tank from and how much, on the verge of buying a 300ltr tank... but naturally now i want a 450ltr one!
And your point is? But claiming to have 64 fish in 15 litres I think you may be trolling.
Trolls are out in force, I have a 15l life. Check my water twice a week. Change water once or twice a week. Ammonia 0, nitrites 0, nitrates usually about 20-30. Fish are happy, all 64 of them (lol)
Give me a brake mate. I am not an expert nor professional However i am going by the recommendation of the manufatctor at the time of sale, and by the local aquarium shop as to buying filters adding water conditioner and biological...ect Like i said. My tank is always crystal clear. By the time it becomes slightly cloudy it would have been time to replace part of the water. If your fish tank is not clear mate than it would be you who needs to search youtube and find out why. Have a good day. Also dont judge a book by its cover.
Doesn’t sound like you know how to look after fish. Crystal clear water doesn’t mean it’s clean. As for a full clean every 2 months that barely gives the tank time to cycle. YouTube is full of great video’s which will teach you all you need
Cold on your comment you have not mentioned a 1000l tank.
My third chamber lowered to the pump rapidly set up as intended. I removed sponge from centre chamber filled it with matrix and alfagrog and put one long course sponge along the first chamber grills and my heater is in first chamber also, in centre chamber i have the pre-filter sponge on top. So far no drainage in third chamber and a lot more media in the filter. Tank is running very well, i have Cory Hastatus breeding which are notoriously difficult but it isn’t designed for fry unfortunately so they don’t make it at least as far as i know (it’s densely planted).
The £125 105L tetra from argos is better value.. I also used vouchers and got it for £75
The 3rd chamber is supposed to drain as evaporation occurs, you just keep it topped up occasionally. Its not a bad design, its a normal sump system unless your mainly referring to the light timers ?
i have the Spec 5 60l, my wife has the smaller flex. Thought the chambers were the same. Had issues with light timers too on the tanks and had to modify the filter to keep the third chamber full of water. Not a great design to be honest but i do like the tank.
thanks we will be getting a testing kit. just no point getting one till after we get fish. as the shop going to test it for free. before we can even buy any fish and i have to say more shops should do this.
Good luck with it. I'd suggest a small group of Danios to get the nitogen cycle going. Well worth investing in your own testing kit as well.
Little update i got my self a 2nd hand Fluval Roma 200 Litre and is the same as the one linked apart from it is the none LED version and ended up costing me £100 plus around £30 in fuel (it did not come with anything else e.g filter). The guy i was buying it from had 5 tanks and a pond. he was selling up 4 tanks and keeping his smallest one and his pod (so he can move the fish in, in the winter) I done some water tests to check for leaks as when i arrived the tank was empty. checked the hood and lights all worked. he had cut out some slots in the hood to connect a external filer. this did not bother me as i was going 2 do the same but i may of cut the hole about a inch from the end of the hood rather then at the end of it. The guy helped me carry it to my car (defo need 2 guys to move the tank). when i got home set it up and done some water test over the next 2 days to check for leaks and all seems to be ok. so at the weekend took my little boy to the pet store to pick up items for the tank, filters, heaters, landscaping/display items. plants. will let the tank run a week before getting any fish. the guy said with the medication for the tank we are using we can get fish in 3 days and they will need water from the tank to do a PH/Water test, they will do for free normally cost £1. to be far i thought we had to let the tank run a month before we can get fish and the guy said yes 1-2months if you dont use any medication. P.S the filter we got was a Fluval 407 (this does 500L) and was the cheapest price i has seen this filter in shops or online (shop was called Coral Reef and is located in Glasgow). Before people say this filter is over the top we are looking to run the tank as a fish tank (tropical) as my son want some fish before moving it on to a turtle tank.
This is nonsense. Plenty of excellent used tanks out there. New tanks can also leak as well if the factory silicone job isn't up to scratch. Just make sure you do a wet test on any tank before you do anything else.
is it out of stock by the looks of it?
Seems quite a bit more expensive than I'd expect for a 60L tank, if I'm honest.
Doesn't seem particularly good value to me. Stand without any storage and an internal filter which will barely get the job done.
I think these were about £90 at swell uk when i was looking last week .
OK price, but a very small tank not many fish you would want in something this size. Alright as a Betta tank, shrimp tank or even a quarantine /hospital tank to support your main tanks
I like the way you think. been keeping my eyes on Gumtree and facebook market place for a tank. i just missed out on a 200L tank (Fluval 200L) with stand, Pump, heater and some other stuff for £100. have seen alot of 125L and 250l+ I have space 43" in length so stuck to 200L or under but want to get close to 200L as possible as going to be used for turtles as want them to have as much room as possible and I am going to be making a basking area on the top of the tank so they have the full range of the tank. So i would be looking to get a new PUMP (2 to 3x the size for the tank) to keep it clean. I am now also going to keep my eyes on Preloved classified. i did not even think about looking there thanks man. Good price for the tank tho.
Not sure many people have these sort of cash to splash out on a new tank. I bought an pre-owned 170L juwel tank with tropical fishes and ornaments for £70 from Preloved classified. I had to travel 25miles and got a car to pick it up. Had to cleaned out the tank as they had a snails problem, but it's worth the effort for the saving. Now been 2 years and still going strong.
Tanks very much but bit fishy to me lol
good deal. I'm holding out for a corner tank...
Does this TV only show fish shows and more importantly what bit rate does it have? Only jesting have some tropical fish heat.
API freshwater kit is ok, for saltwater pretty useless. Salifert test kits are the minimum for saltwater.
I bet they will love this. You can go around a Aquarium afterwards as well.
they do and very good too <3
I know they have a Nike outlet there ;) That's about my knowledge of the area I'm afraid
don't have to apologise (y) Cheshire Oaks is advertised as Chester to reflect well, Ellesmere Port only advertised in media if they can bring the place down (highfive)
I think it's usually around a 10 week wait
Hee hee, good luck friend, I hope you get it even cheaper :-)
I didn’t realise that when I searched for it lol. Never mind. Black Friday is approaching 😝
I'm not surprised, you're 26 days late to the party :-) lol
Says it’s £45 now.
Brilliant, thank you!
Salifert one are generally fine without spending a fortune.
so what kit should we buy then?
Yeah I'd give these a miss to be honest.
The API kits have a (very!) poor reputation for the reef tests. Might be a very good price so arguably is a good deal, but personally I wouldn't use them. Although I still use the box that had a kit in that I bought before setting up my first tank :p
Sorry I dont have experience with the reef version of this, only freshwater
Even cheaper when you subscribe and save. Would have gone for this but haven't yet started on the last one I bought a couple of months back for around £11.
Good price. Thanks (y)
Anyone with fish needs this type of test kit. I just wish the colour range was clearer on the nitrate test
Trust me you did the right thing. Trying to get the dog to stay in the tank is an absolute nightmare...
I got fish from here. Spread a disease that killed all my other fish. Should have kept them separate for a while. Literally killed the hobby for me.
I got fish from here, they had a disease. I should have kept them separate
Or just dump all your fish in at once and get surprised when they all die! I joke, used to have a part time job in Fishkeeper and had to set a lot of expectations
I also use non branded food. Fish enjoy it the same :)
@nakedman welcome to the site and thx for posting. I always used to buy Aquarian for my little finned friends, I changed to Wilkos own brand 100g for £2.50 https://www.wilko.com/en-uk/wilko-goldfish-flakes-100g/p/0204924 ( so 200g for £5 ) They didn't have a preference after all and like this just as much. Happy days ;)
Good price, all fish owners should have something like this
Great post thanks. Kids love it there. (y)
If you go again, don’t forget to go to the new haribo shop that had opened there. Kids went the other week - was huge and lots of offers
£1.50 booking fee as well
I know I felt a right idiot for paying. I’d never been before and wasn’t paying enough attention clearly as it should have been obvious to use the outlet. I never even got to visit the Nike Outlet Store :(
Not like you can go anywhere else is it? There is a car dealership opposite park on road outsider there ;)