Does My Fun Fish Tank Really Work?

Does My Fun Fish Tank Really Work?
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Does My Fun Fish Tank Work?It won’t be long before school is out and the kids will be looking for some entertainment. This is the time of year they start asking for a pet, and an ideal solution may be a few goldfish, but along with this little gift you may want to think of the My Fun Fish Tank as the fish home, as it is a breeze to clean.

Overview
Almost every youngster yearns for their very own pet fish at some point in time, but the fish bowl clean up is not a chore they are ready to take on in return for their new pet fish project. The My Fun Fish Tank may be the solution for both you as the parent who usually gets stuck with the fish cleaning task, and the youngster who wants a fish that comes without the cleaning responsibilities. This product doesn’t come with the fish, but it could really provide a great solution for providing a clean healthy environment for them when you do purchase them.

The Claim
The company claims that keeping the water for the fish clean and clear has now become an easy task. They say all you have to do is add fresh water at the same time you are draining off some of the old water and the dirt and debris from the fish bowl will come with it. The result is sparkling clear water for the fish to swim in, and the kids to enjoy watching their fish live it. They claim it is the self cleaning aquarium. They state that this innovative product can turn any room where it resides into a underwater discovery.

The Hype
The incentives that the company builds for buying the My Fun Fish Tank is easy. All they had to do is focus on the easy to clean method it provides and that has handled the chief complaints of parents who don’t enjoy this cleanup chore. It appeals to the kids because they now have a valid argument to present to their parents regarding the clean up. Also it really is a simple fish tank investment without requiring a lot of additional aquarium accessories.


The Cost
You are getting a two part offer here when you purchase from their official website. The first part is for about $22. you are going to get the tank with a white LED light and Riverbed stones. Now if you want to add $6.95 to your cost you can get a aquatic plant,6 glow in the dark stones,and one red and one blue LED light. So to get the whole bundle you are looking at about $29.

The Commitment
While this product seems to solve the tank cleaning problem, there is still some responsibility that comes with owning the fish, like feeding them. This is certainly a task that you may want to pass on to the new little owner, but with some guidance. One of the reasons fish tanks get so dirty quickly in the first place is from over feeding. Also, in order for the My Fun Fish Tank to really work it does require the addition of new water and the draining of the old water.

Evaluation
We really see a lot of good value with this product. It doesn’t eliminate all of the responsibility of caring for a fish, which really you don’t want to do anyway. Having fish as a starter pet is a good way of teaching a young one the responsibilities that come with pet ownership. This product does make the task of tank cleaning a whole lot easier so teaching the kids is a little more pleasant. Getting the kids used to simple pets like fish is a great learning experience. You can step out of the home pet scene and introduce them to some of nature’s beauties as well with great learning like the My Spy Bird House.

Final My Fun Fish Tank Review

We are going to give this product our Thumbs Up rating. It is a simple product that doesn’t come with a lot of assembling or puts too many demands on the youngster or makes extra work for the parents. It would make an ideal affordable gift with of course the extra cost and work of going out to buy the fish itself. It doesn’t take up a lot of room, so it would be perfect for the small bedroom.

Our Recommendation
We encourage you to include the children in the water changing of the tank as needed and according to the directions. This way you are still giving them some responsibility of pet ownership but with a lot less hassle and something that most youngsters will be able to do independently. Once you have gotten your youngster used to this simple fish cleaning method and you are sure that their interest in aquarium fish is not just a passing endeavor you may want to step up to a more elaborate but still simple aquarium like the Fascinations USB Desktop Aquarium.

What do you think? Does My Fun Fish Tank work or not?


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Sarah April 27, 2014 at 7:57 pm

No fish should be kept in a bowl that size. Goldfish produce so much waste that they need 20 gallons each. Even a beta needs 5 gallons minimum. There is no filter, so the bowl cannot be cycled. This means that ammonia and nitrite will not be processed and will poison the fish. River rocks get a lot of sludge in between them. Simply pouring water in will not remove this gunk which can contribute to poor water conditions. To hold enough oxygen to support a fish, there needs to be surface movement. Witout it, the fish will quickly use up the available oxygen and carbon dioxide will begin to fill bowl (this is not a tank at all) and kill the fish. betas can live for years, goldfish more than 20. Don’t teach your kids how to torture animals.

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Someone who hates Sarah. June 27, 2014 at 11:42 pm

Ok, so you think a gold fish requires 20 gallons of water to live in EACH? You must be insane. Not just because you’ve said that, but because you’ve answered other inquires online about this. ( like yahoo answers). Oh, yeah, and because you think a little goldfish requires a 20 gallon tank to live in. You’re a freak because you’ve started this stupid online protest to stop people from harming fish that essentially receive a death sentence the day they’re bought, no matter how they’re kept.

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Lexi July 1, 2014 at 4:00 pm

Do some research, moron. Goldfish grow, they do not stay the 1″ cute little fish you pick up at the pet store. I hope to god you own no animals, you ignorant twit.

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Pman July 23, 2014 at 11:26 pm

Look, I have owned fish before. I owned a goldfish about 5″ in a 6 gallon tank with a cleaner fish. The goldfish lasted one year while the cleaner lasted three. Who knows how long they last in different kinds of conditions.

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Asia July 4, 2014 at 3:08 pm

Thats like saying you can keep a lizard in a little bug tank. They recommend a 20 gallon tank for a lizard. They need room to move, hide, etc. Its trying to reproduce their natural habitat to their best ability. As “insane” as it may seem, you can kill animals by stressing them out in small spaces, as well as the smaller the tank the less oxygen they have unless you’re changing their water often. If you got locked in a coffin wouldn’t you suffocate eventually? I’d say “20 years” of natural life for a goldfish isn’t really a death sentence either. Please back up your immature comments the next time you decide to open your mouth.

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SRL July 5, 2014 at 3:43 pm

Actually 20 gallons is on the small side for a gold fish. Sure, they start out small but your standard goldfish can grow up to be at least 12 inches long, with some fish recorded as large as 19 inches. On top of that, goldfish are very messy fish and produce a lot of feces and ammonia, keeping them in a small bowl is a death sentence for the fish. Anyone who is interested in humane fish keeping would know that goldfish need large, well filtered tanks if not pond living. That being said, I would never recommend the My Fun Fish Tank for any fish, maybe you could keep some red cherry shrimp or something equally small there.

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lilysmommy0623 July 15, 2014 at 10:26 pm

Are you thinking of koi being in a pond?

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big jay July 13, 2014 at 7:07 am

Everyone on here saying they know so much about fish have yet to mention the oldest rule of thumb, one inch of fish per gallon, most fish will thrive if following that rule amongst others.

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Beverly July 15, 2014 at 12:52 am

Although the “one inch of fish per gallon” theory has been around for a while, the simplicity of it has been long debunked by scientists and fish experts. You wouldn’t put a 2 foot fish in a 24-gallon tank or cram 30 tetra’s into a 10 gallon tank. It’s about the fishes movement pattern (bottom swimmer, skimmer, middle swimmer), the shape of the tank, the width and height, the growth POTENTIAL of the fish, etc. There are many variables to consider. You made a good point, but hobbyists tend to take this theory quite literally so it’s important to clarify.

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Jose falcon May 29, 2014 at 4:11 pm

I order the fish tank and I not received yet my name is Jose falcon 12sargent st apt 811 Holyoke mass 01040 please let me know how much time I has to wait TK Jose falcon

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JC June 27, 2014 at 12:50 am

Not the best place to solicit help from the company, nor is it the best place to put your personal info. Do be careful! Just looking out for fellow users.

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Roundhouse July 6, 2014 at 9:46 pm

rofl

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Heidi Stankavish June 13, 2014 at 5:34 pm

Just a little background… I’ve worked in the pet industry (with fish,birds,reptiles,sm mammals, you name it!) since the late 80’s and continue to work with animals in a zoological setting. Although bettas can survive in small stagnant pools in the wild even they would find this cramped. This tank is not an appropriate way to setup any fish to be kept long term! Please spend your money on an appropriate sized tank with a good filter and you and your fish will be much happier. A 10gal tank is a perfect way to start a small community tank or a home for a single goldfish. Read up, set it up right and enjoy. Don’t know the background of the person who wrote the article, but I do suggest reading up on proper fish care before writing reviews like this. It will give you a better understanding of what you are writing about and help folks to really understand the joy of keeping a real fish tank. and why they do not belong kept in something like this. Like Sarah said a goldfish can live up to 20+ yrs, most customers I worked with thought they only lived 6 months!!

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Larry Jewbury June 27, 2014 at 11:46 pm

Well, let me tell you, I’m not sure how things work in Scandinavia, but here in the states, if I only spend $7 on a good fish, it’s because it’s disposable. Nobody wants to make a 20 year commitment to a stupid fish that still won’t even be edible when it dies NO MATTER WHAT YOU FEED IT. Amiright? Yes I am.

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LS June 29, 2014 at 4:36 pm

I thought the point of this lame excuse for a tank was to teach a child responsibility? When really it says “it’s ok to be cheap and lazy so long as it’s at the expense of your pet”.

Isn’t the point of buying a pet is to… I dunno, actually care for it? Nothing is more heartless than putting your pet fish in a cold, dirty, 1 gallon tank that will suffocate it with it’s own ammonia (fish piss). All it does is get rid of the dirt below the gravel. That cold sink water with no dechlorinator you just dumped on your fish? Is going to send it into shock.

Here’s what you’ll get from this product: gross algae build up and a dead goldfish in no time. Bettas can survive in horrible conditions, but like other people have mentioned, at BARE MINIMUM, a 5 gallon tank is relatively cheap and often comes with a filter, which at BARE MINIMUM makes you less of an asshole to your kid and his pet fish.

Hey here’s a follow up lesson… teach Timmy how to properly dispose of his pet fish! Step one: empty fish bowl into toilet, step two: Flush! Pet keeping has never been so fun!

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Ryan July 7, 2014 at 1:11 am

I have had 5 betas that have all lived in 1 gallon tanks or smaller and they all lived for 5+ years. Yes fish that grow to bigger sizes need bigger tanks however betas are not one of them. They don’t grow to 6+ inches in size. A 1 gallon tank is plenty for them.

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Asia July 4, 2014 at 3:17 pm

We’re you raised in a shed with your sister for a wife? Here in the states, we aren’t all a bunch of inbred rednecks.

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M, animal lover July 22, 2014 at 7:37 am

You know what Larry? Fish can mean a lot to people, as much as a dog or any other pet. Just because they’re smaller doesn’t make them less than anything else. I once had a fish that I loved very much. He meant a lot to me, and if you have a cat, are you going to eat it when it dies? No! People don’t usually eat pets when they die, smart one. A fish that is raised as a pet isn’t meant to be eaten, it’s logic to me. So you are wrong in a way. I would want to make a 20 year commitment to a fish that is NOT stupid!

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Heidi Stankavish June 13, 2014 at 5:46 pm

Also the recommendations of that USB fascinations tank same thing way too small to properly keep most fish. Please read up on proper fish care before recommending products that are barely suitable for all but the smallest of fish. A person could survive in a bathroom with food and water, Would you want to be kept that way?? Why do it to your fish? The Eclipse tank setup make it easy with proper filtration built right into the hood and make a handsome desk top tank. I would stick to the 12 gal one or if you choose a smaller one go with white cloud tetras that stay small, like cool water and like to school so a group of 3 works nice. Bigger is better if you can do it. Happy fish keeping!

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DB June 26, 2014 at 2:44 am

This tank is absurd. Not only is there no surface motion to stimulate oxygenation, even if it worked perfectly its far to small, and just dumping a glass of water would be HORRIBLE for a fish. You cant just dump water in the tank, the temperature differences would kill them if not done properly. Although Sarah claiming a single fish needs 20 gallons (absolutely absurd) the rest rings true. DO NOT purchase this. If someone seriously can’t commit to the maintenance of a FISH, not only do I question why they even have KIDS in the first place, but why they think some gimmicky fish cup aquarium will do their job for them.

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PuppyLick1991 July 1, 2014 at 1:27 pm

I just saw the commercial today and was really interested for my betta. I hate changing the water in his bowl but also worry the change will harm him. he always seems droopy the day i change it. Also i’ve ready bettas can’t survive in water that is moving/being filtered as they like to lie there on the bottom and do not constantly swim.

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fash July 13, 2014 at 2:32 pm

um, if your betta is lying on the bottom of the tank not swimming, it’s probably dying.

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kaideanna July 4, 2014 at 9:05 pm

Partial water changes for the beta fish is best. I keep a gallon of spring water handy & I put the treatment drops in it. As water evaporates I add a little of the treated water. Then I do a regular 3/4 water change every 2 months. My beta is a few years old & seems to like my system. 😉 good luck.

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linda July 5, 2014 at 3:40 pm

Thinking about this for grandkids. I’ve had goldfish in bowls, and most lived 5-7 years. Did the math. The tank, filled to an inch from the top, would probably be 80% of a gallon. Old rule of thumb was 1 fish per gallon. Would probably be OK if you had ONE small goldfish. My idea was that it would eliminate the lifting of the bowl.. I’d rather add fresh water and dispose of waste more often. Also is tall and skinny, so cats would have a difficult time knocking it over. I lost “Dorothy Fish” that way.

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Barb July 6, 2014 at 3:43 pm

Linda, the trouble is one “small” goldfish will grow into one big goldfish and will soon outgrow this tank. As others have said, it is way too small for any fish. My one betta has a 5 gallon tank and I wouldn’t keep one in anything smaller anymore.

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Beverly July 15, 2014 at 12:38 am

Linda, Barb is right on all counts. The “1 gallon per fish” theory has been long replaced by more advanced discoveries. A goldfish only living 5 years is very far beneath it’s potential life span. If you don’t mind me suggesting…..for less than $30, you can have an impressive 5-gallon tank with one small to medium Betta (not a King Betta, they’re too big) . It’s FAR more interesting to watch because he/she has room to actually swim and glide around. These tanks have an LED light which creates a wonderful, serene ambiance and the lid will keep it protected from the cats. But most importantly, it teaches the kids that making the commitment to care for a life is not a light decision, and DOES require some effort – and effort is a good thing! You sound lovely, and so do your grandkids. Wishing you all the best in this endeavor.

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Ryver July 6, 2014 at 7:20 pm

And for that same $29 you can buy a 5 gallon starter to PROPERLY house a betta. A bit more, and you can get a 10 and have a small community tank. Why not teach kids how to care for pets correctly?

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Beverly July 15, 2014 at 12:20 am

Amen, Ryver!

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Matt July 6, 2014 at 8:42 pm

Goldfish will only grow relative to the size tank. Small tank, goldfish stays small. Large habitat, large fish.

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Ryan July 7, 2014 at 1:14 am

Finally some one speaking some sense.

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fash July 13, 2014 at 2:33 pm

They don’t stay small. They die early.

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Sensible July 14, 2014 at 4:46 am

I had a betta in a small fish bowl and she lived to be three years old. It’s all about the room to grow.

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Beverly July 15, 2014 at 12:19 am

Amen, Fash.

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Beverly July 15, 2014 at 12:18 am

This in incorrect and has already been proven inaccurate by the experts (not hobbyists). They did a series of studies over several decades and found that It is not the tank SIZE which encourages or discourages growth, it’s the water quality. Many hobby fish-keepers, like (I’m presuming) yourself, choose bowls or smaller tanks to keep Goldfish either because of cost, convenience or the thinking that it keeps the fish smaller. But in fact it’s simply that the smaller tank, especially those without filtration, tend to have poorer water quality. That, plus the low quality of life in a too-small environment, keeps the fish in weaker health. So much like any ill or sickly life form, the fish’s growth is stunted. Larger tanks are usually maintained by fish enthusiasts who are more dedicated to water readings and chemical levels, and take the fish’s health very seriously. The water is better maintained and the fish is robust and healthy, therefore it will grow larger. I only correct the information because amateur fish keepers read this and think it’s perfectly fine to house a hefty breed, like a Goldfish, in a small bowl or tank.

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Janet August 31, 2014 at 9:46 pm

Yes, the goldfish grows in relation to the size of the tank. My granddaughter won a goldfish at a school carnival. We didn’t expect it to live more than a couple of days, which is the standard lifespan of those cheap fish. One year later, it is still alive, living in the same tiny bowl it came in, holding about 3 cups of water, and no filter.

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Heather July 7, 2014 at 9:15 pm

Wow, you guys are hardcore! lol I am an animal lover and would never want to harm any animal, especially not one we keep as a pet. This isn’t dog fighting people! In my opinion, (I’d like to emphasize MY OPINION! So those of you with differing opinions, have at it…..this is just mine, which I’m entitled to) a gallon tank is a far cry from those tiny little bowls that pet shops keep betas in and I feel a 1 gallon tank seems to be a comfortable fit for 1 beta. Similarly, an efficiency apartment is comfortable living for 1 person. Would I like a 2 bedroom house, absolutely!! Is it necessary, sadly, no. Happy pet owning to all!

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fash July 13, 2014 at 2:34 pm

Your 1 bedroom apartment isn’t 1 gallon though.

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DanO July 17, 2014 at 2:00 am

I’m assuming Heather is also larger then a betta so the scale may work out.

I have successfully kept a beta in a 1gal bowl with marbles and a plastic plant for over 6 years by keeping the bowl and water clean. Probably would have lasted longer if not for an idiot roommate. Doing it over a small hobby tank with filter and more room would have been the way to go, I’d suggest that for roughly the same price. Cleaning the bowl isn’t hard, just need to be gentle on the fish.

Some of these comments make sense but you loose credibility when the first post tells me I need 100 gallon tank to house 5 goldfish???

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Jeremy falor July 19, 2014 at 8:04 pm

If u people actually new anything than u would know that goldfish only grow apon there living invirement there for if the tank is small the fish stays small u give them big places to live they get big by the way Sarah don’t give people pointers on ur fish cuz that’s all ur doing ur fish could need 20 gallons mabey cuz there bigger don’t be a biach and just stay outta the shit u don’t know

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Jeremy falor July 19, 2014 at 8:07 pm

Heather by the way that’s exactly right I like ur opinion these people insane

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Lucette Liu July 22, 2014 at 4:14 am

I find this article quite interesting and reading all the posts to go with it. I have a beta and she lives in may be roughly 2 gallons of a vase, she is less than an inch long and I have had her for quite a long time now. As far as them only living in non moving water I find it much more easier to maintain the water when there is a bubble stone in it. And yes I watch the commercial also & I am kind of intrigued in purchasing it and trying it out ok and yes we live in the states and unfortunately goldfishs are feeder fishs ok I can feed em to my turtles if I wish but I will actually try one out in this tank when I get it because I’m ordering one.now for the rest of you okay and the one who had made such a dramatic post no I would not make at a life sentence for myself to care for a goldfish and also remember that there are different types of goldfish, some are long and some are round but all become quite large.

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Mike July 25, 2014 at 10:04 pm

While the article leaves out important information with regards to care of fish, the comments are even worse. So much misinformation mixed in with good information. I suggest that if you’re interested in fish you don’t get information from comments sections or places like yahoo answers. There are many other more reputable websites for info.

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Jorge July 26, 2014 at 11:18 pm

I believe y’all retarded AF

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Danielle July 27, 2014 at 5:36 am

You all have to be the same person talking. Changing your name. It’s a damn fish ! Get a life people

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bob August 12, 2014 at 4:07 am

DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS PRODUCT! I bought 2 and they were way too small for any fish. the company does not respond to ANY Email. The product does NOT clean as advertised. The lights last 1 day. If you still are wanting to buy one i have 2 I will sell for 1/2 the price! Run do not buy!

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Eddie September 1, 2014 at 7:04 pm

Okay, I guess it’s rather clear that this is too small for most types of fish, but wouldn’t it work out well as a fry tank? I think it’s idea for juveniles, right?

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Human September 13, 2014 at 3:03 am

Who cares, it is a fish

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Answerthequestion September 14, 2014 at 4:11 am

Gd does the tank work or not! I dont need a lesson on theory or animal rights. DOES IT WORK? YES or NO?

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bxgrrl September 19, 2014 at 11:55 pm

Hi – . I dont’ know if it works – just bought one today – but the point of my post is (FWIW) – this is a cheap knock-off of an item I saw for sale on line for about 3-4 times the price. Here are Amazon.com reviews of the much more expensive original: http://www.amazon.com/NoClean-Aquarium-Self-Cleaning-Betta-Desktop/product-reviews/B009JG7OI2

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Mr.Hugh Big PP November 3, 2014 at 1:21 am

Y’all a bunch retards. Get a real pet. A dog or cat.

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Martha Howe December 16, 2014 at 2:51 am

At first I loved this tank and my frogs were more active in the bigger tank. But within a week, they croaked by getting trapped under the bottom plastic piece. Wish I could return after having used it.

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Jessica December 29, 2014 at 8:00 pm

This tank is not for frogs! It’s meant for fish. I have this tank and it works really great for my fish. He seems really happy.

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Sue January 28, 2015 at 4:43 am

I am going to get this tank this week. Thanks for the review!

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Sean Roome February 17, 2015 at 5:24 pm

I have owned tanks for years and have several now. I bought this for my office for the sole fact that water changes can be done every day without hassle or notice from co-workers. I added a small sponge filter and live plants. Currently it houses 5 cherry shrimp, small snails and a one Otto. The Otto seems very happy and the water parameters are perfect. It has been established for two months and the water is changed around 100% a week. I keep a gallon (pre prepped) jug at my desk and just add/remove a cup or two a day.
Yes, it’s small but with proper care it’s a great little aquarium, not cruel. Just my opinion.

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Deb Hines March 7, 2015 at 8:44 pm

This tank does not clean everything from the bottom and I believe this contributed to my beta’s early death. If you purchase be sure to periodically clean the entire tank including rocks and plants.

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George May 10, 2015 at 11:54 pm

THE FACTS
I have a healthy, vibrant Betta fish living in a MyFunFishTank for about a year now. The fish is colorful, active and doing well. You need to apply some basic fundamentals in order for the fish to thrive.
1. MyFunFishTank is only suitable for one Betta fish or a few guppies. Do not place in direct light (from a bulb or sun) or else excessive algae growth will occur.

2. For Betta fish, the water in the tank needs to be kept between 74 degrees F to 82 degrees F for optimum health, especially during the winter months. Depending on the climate of where you live, some sort of heating device may be needed to keep the water between these temperatures. I placed a small 20 watt aquarium heater in a water filled container with a lid and some rocks and placed the MyFunFishTank on top. Make sure the aquarium heater is plugged into a GFCI outlet for safety reasons. An aquarium thermometer (either stick-on or glass bulb) is also a must to confirm the water temperature and you’ll need a small net with a fine, delicate mesh for gently removing/transferring fish.

3. Never use water straight from the tap for flushing and replenishing the tank. It must be conditioned to remove harmful chemicals. I keep a cleaned out 1 gallon plastic milk jug in which I add about 7 drops of water conditioner to 1 gallon of water and let it sit for about 1 hour before use. Water conditioner is inexpensive and available at several pet shops & department stores. I average a water flush about every 1 to 3 days after the evening feeding, depending on how much food is left uneaten. Obtain a square container (cut plastic milk bottle) to keep next to the MyFun FishTank for catching the overflow water. The concept of MyFunFishTank relies on the changing of dirty water with fresh, conditioned water……..this is better than filtering the same dirty water over and over again !!!

4. Feed the fish regularly in the morning and the evening per the amount specified on the selected fish food. There are pellets available at pet shops and department stores specifically suited for Bettas.

5. Change the arrangement of the rocks or ornaments in the tank every few months. Even with the small size of the tank, the fish will thrive due the environmental stimulus of scenery changes.

6. You will still need to give the tank a good cleaning about once every 5 to 6 months. Use tap water (use no soaps or cleaners) and paper towel for rinsing and cleaning the inside of tank surfaces, tubes, rocks and ornaments. Refill the tank after cleaning with the conditioned water and make sure the temperature is between 74 degrees F to 82 degrees F. Gradually re-introduce the fish into the water after cleaning the tank.

MyFunFishTank will be an excellent home for a single Betta or a few guppies if you follow the above guidelines.

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sof June 29, 2015 at 1:51 am

The fish tank that is being sold didn’t say that it would be a tank for all fish sizes so for those who are complaining about the size of the tank stop. The way to obtain high amounts of oxygen and cleanliness all you have to do is just replace the water.

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Sherry August 29, 2015 at 3:06 pm

Would this be acceptable to keep the tiny shrimp in? I know it is too small for fish, but curious about those tiny little shrimp I’ve seen in the pet stores. I have a 35 gallon tank, but don’t want to put shrimp in there for fear they may eat my other fish. Thanks for any advice.

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BettaFish312 October 16, 2016 at 10:10 pm

I was super skeptical about getting this tank, as I do not agree with keeping fish in a tank with out a filter. How ever, I tried to keep Berta’s in a fish tank with filters and they die with in a week cause the water flow is too strong for them (even in a small one gallon tank) so, I tried it and bought a blue paradise male betta and he has been fine and happy for the last four months and I do a partial cleaning at least twice a week and haven’t had any issues so far. As long as you keep up with the cleaning, it actually isn’t bad.

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bob December 14, 2016 at 1:00 am

its made from plastic. cant be good for the fish.

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