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10 reviews | 4.1 out of 5
This is far to small to keep any living creature in, even a betta. Bettas need at least 3 gallon tanks not tiny little bowls for our amusement, I was so disgusted when I got this I returned it right away.
I bought this in October 2012. It's now December 2012, and the fish bowl is working out just fine. I only have one goldfish and feed him 1 to 2 times a day so changing the water is required about every 4 days (it could go longer, but I change it when it first starts getting cloudy). Very easy to pick up to clean under or move to change the water. The led light is bright and lights up the whole bowl, although my fish isn't too fond of it if it's the only light on in the room. I only have the glass gem stones (sold separately) in the bottom of the bowl so my fish has plenty of swimming room. Overall a good buy. Would be perfect for a betta.
Pefect size for any space. Comes with a built in light and easy access opening for feedings.
Love it. Easy to setup and clean.
If you think it looks small, it is a small bowl. It's nice and light weight when cleaning and is great in my dorm. I like the size because I have a small plant in the middle and my fish still has plenty of room to swim all the way around and across the bowl with room to spare. He seems to like the round shape better than the bent corners of a rectangular take (with rounded edges.) I recommend the small plant because the fish seem to enjoy resting in them.
I love betas, I have a royal blue male, full fins, gorgeous, But he's obviously past the mating season. I bought the smaller tank for the gorgeous female I bought him, but he shows no interest at all, THE BOWL IT'S SELFT IS WORTH THE COST, ONLY THING I WOULD CHANGE IS I WOULD HAVE ELE. TOP NOT BATTERIES,,,,,,,,,,OTHER THAN THAT, IT'S PERFECT
Way too small for any kind of fish to live in, fyi. I used it for tank cleaning days for short periods of time. The bowl cracked and had a chunk break off the top the first day. I ended up throwing it out this past week when it got another crack below the water line. Kind of a waste of money considering it did the same job a jar could have done.
I love this betta bowl so much I have one on my desk at work and one at home. I change the water weekly and remove all uneaten food an hour after feeding to keep the water crystal clear and the bettas happy!
I wouldn't use this for fish, but for my purposes, it worked wonderfully. It was used to simulate a pregnant belly for a baby shower game. I filled the bowl with Jelly Belly candy that color coordinated with the baby shower theme colors, placed the cover on top, and stuck a wooden stir stick down into the bowl of candies, with a head-shot photo taped to the top of the stick of the mommy-to-be, so that it looked like the bowl was her belly. Above the photo was the caption, "How many Jellys are in (Mommy's Name) Belly?" Everyone placed a guess on a hand-made piece of paper that coordinated with the shower theme, and folded up their paper and placed it in a clear see-through piggy bank in the shape of a huge baby bottle. The person who came closest to the actual count (yes, I had to hand count close to 2,000 jelly beans) won the candy, as well as the fish bowl, so I didn't have to figure out what to do with it after the shower! Everyone wanted it, so it's all good!