Sorry, early evening is peak pain right now, but meds make me dopey and I have to do some driving later, so I cannot take them yet. For tanks, plastic "glass" is bad, it is a very porous surface material, giving lots of places for waste to accumulated and algae to grow; cleaning them only make the surface rougher and so causes the algae build up even faster. Bigger tanks are also easier to clean and the temperatures stay more stable; too hot or too cold can kill fish, especially if the temperature change is fairly quick; some species are more delicate than others when it comes to this. Also look at the filter replacement costs and how often, some of the smaller/cheaper ones need monthly replacements that will soon bankrupt you. I use ones with washable sponge filters. Also checkout the noise; if this is going in a bedroom, you dont want a pump/filter than sounds like a construction yard dumper truck.
This barely big enough for one smallish gold fish; please go read something like the tank calculator on types/size of fish per gallon; also bear in mind cold water and tropical fish calculations are totally different.
Good price I really want this!
Wow.... It was meant as a joke, and I was just wanting your advice... I haven't posted an umidigi for a while. I don't think I'm the defensive one here.. Anyway, thanks for the advice. I appreciate it.
It'll be perfect for one or two goldfish. I think this is a good deal.