Aqua Culture 1 Gallon Betta Aquarium

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Aqua Culture 1 Gallon Betta Aquarium
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  • One gallon capacity
  • Ideal home for your betta
  • Shatterproof
  • About this item

    Chic and modern, the Aqua Culture 1 Gallon Betta Aquarium complements any room. It features a shatterproof design and comes with four different switchable colors, allowing you to change its look often. This attractive fish aquarium is ideal for platy, white cloud, zebra danio and guppies. This unique piece brings a bit of nature into your home. Its durable material and stylish design make it suitable for displaying in any room of your home.

    Aqua Culture Fish Globe Bowl With LED Light Hood:

    • 1 gallon capacity
    • Ideal home for your betta
    • Shatterproof
    • Four different switchable colors
    • Other fish species recommended for this aquarium: platy, white cloud, zebra danio and guppies
    • 1 gallon betta fish tank is chic and modern

    Specifications

    Model No.: 0004914600100
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 1.45
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 17.2 x 8.88 x 9.3
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA
    Origin of Components: USA
    Walmart No.: 809937
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    Customer Reviews | 88 reviews | 4 out of 5

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    Great for a beginner
    11/22/2011

    Customer review by CoryI

    5.0 stars by CoryI

    I purchased Globe Bowl for my nephew and he LOVES it, it is simple for him to maintain and his parents like it even better because it is easy for him to take care of. The idea of an aquarium for him and learning to take on a little responsibility has worked PERFECTLY.....HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!

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    CoryI
    Kansas
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:3 - 4 months
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    Great for Bettas!
    11/7/2012

    Customer review by LeeLeezd

    5.0 stars by LeeLeezd

    I bought this bowl for my male Betta. I love how easy it is to clean & the color changing LED lights are very pretty. There is a button on the light that allows you to change the colors (one by one) or you can make them blink or fade into the next color (like in my video). The fact that it is made out of plastic makes it light weight, BUT it gets scratched very easily so be careful when handling it. I prefer glass, but I have a bad back so I'd rather have a bowl that isn't too heavy. This is a somewhat small bowl so you will need to change the water more often than a aquarium with a filter. I clean my bowl twice a week. Due to it's size, you can't add too many decorations... there is enough room for maybe 1 decoration & 1 or 2 small plants, but that's really all you need for 1 fish. It is a great bowl for a Betta if you are limited on space. I have mine on my desk. It is a very nice little bowl for the price. I would buy it again.

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    LeeLeezd
    Ville Plate, LA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    Perfect for my Dorm room
    1/7/2012

    Customer review by Fishyfriend

    5.0 stars by Fishyfriend

    I got this fish tank when I decided I needed a friend in my dorm room. So I got my fish Davius and he loves the tank. The colors are vibrant and they stand out in the dark. I will say I got my money's worth. I would recommend for any starter in fish.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
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    by JC48 12/5/2011
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    • A. You should keep one inch of fish per gallon so you can keep one to two fish in this aquarium. Perform a partial water change every 2 weeks. Be sure to use a tap water conditioner to remove chlorine from your tap water. Don't overcrowd.
      by BettaKit5/27/2015
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    • A. You should perform a partial water change every 2 to 3 weeks depending on amount of fish and number of daily feedings.
      by FishPro111/9/2012
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    • A. Absolutely. If you are keeping a betta, change the water every two weeks.
      by Alicein7/3/2012
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    • A. I have a gold fish in mine so it needs cleaned about every 2 weeks. It probably depends what kind of fish and how many you have in there.
      by 96585/12/2015
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    • A. With any tank that has no filter you need to be mindful of that. Really, 1 gallon is too small for a betta. Personally I'd go with a GloFish. They are smaller AND they glow, but if you already have this tank and the betta, okay. (A good rule of thumb is 1 inch of fish = 1 gallon of water. So, a betta is too big for a 1g.) To be on the safe side it is good to do a 100% water change once a week and a 50% change once a week. Waste byproducts build up quick in little tanks and ammonia, one of those products, can and will kill your betta. Plus, it is stressful on him which makes him more susceptible to illness and, illness = a lot more work. When you do a full water change, DO NOT use soap on any of it. If you wash it, use water and vinegar. A live plant may help with this, I'd just start with something small, like a moss ball (Chladophora aegagropila). Bigger plants seem to really cause problems in smaller tanks, like killing less hardy fish. And finally, watch your fish. Watch his behavior and study up online for signs of illnesses and/or stress and then treat accordingly.
      by An anonymous customer3/16/2015
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    • A. If you feed it just once or twice a day in very small amount's and the water will stay good for a while.
      by bnettie3912/26/2014
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    • A. No, electric
      by amoy3/16/2012
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    • A. Yes, it does need to be cleaned frequently and it depends on the fish.
      by windowshopper97/3/2012
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    by sphynxalex 1/26/2012
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    • A. Goldfish can grow to over 24 inches. You should keep them in a larger aquarium such as a 5 gallon tank. As they mature you will have to move them to a larger aquarium.
      by BettaKit12/2/2014
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    • A. No, goldfish can grow to over 20" so tank is too small.
      by FishPro111/9/2012
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    • A. No it will not. Goldfish are very good at making their water dirty very fast. They require a filter for sure. I work for a pet store and the rule is one inch of fish per gallon of water. Goldfish grow very quickly I wouldn't start a goldfish in anything under five gallons and even then you would need to upgrade in a matter of months. I would not recommend this tank for anything other than a betta because of its size and lack of filter. There are other small tanks at walmart around 3 gallons that do have a filter. Even then I would suggest a smaller fish. A goldfish would die very quickly in this tank.
      by thestral12/2/2014
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    • A. No. As a rule of thumb, there should be 1-3 gallons of water per inch of fish. A minimum tank size for a goldfish is 15 gallons. Some types of goldfish grow to be THREE FEET! They, obviously, need larger tanks. (More like ponds)
      by PurpleBetta7/3/2012
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    • A. Absolutely not. Goldfish get to be quite large and need at least 10 gallons to live properly. Any goldfish you put in here would get stressed out and die prematurely.
      by Alicein7/3/2012
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    • A. My gold fish has been living in the bowl for about 4 months and its doing great.
      by 96589/9/2013
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    • A. Yes
      by KLD1033/16/2015
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    • A. Depends on the goldfish. If it is a small $.10 goldfish, i would say yes. If it is a large fancy tail, I would say no. Good luck!
      by acody3/16/2015
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