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The split angle waterfall looks interesting.
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it sure does, 2.4ga on each side to keep the fishes at bay! but the reviews are terrible on the site.
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These things are garbage and not big enough for basically any kind of fish. Definitely not for beginners. Except maybe the 5 and 10 gallon ones, but those prices are high. Get standard glass aquariums from Petco instead during the dollar per gallon sales.
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Petco currently have a sale on just the aquarium only, but it's only 30% off instead the usual 50% off.

https://www.petco.com/shop/en/pet...-10-gallon
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These things are garbage and not big enough for basically any kind of fish.
Not even for a single Betta?
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Not even for a single Betta?
Beta can deal with a 2.5Gal but they really say should be 5Gal
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Key price points Key price points Key price points Key price points

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For anyone thinking of getting a fishtank, make sure you get one with plenty of room! Also, the bigger the tank, the easier they are to maintain - temperatures, along with pH, ammonia, nitrates, nitrites all change much quicker in a small tank and large tanks are just more stable in all. I started with a 55 and it's made life much easier. Be warned, after the furniture, aquarium, filter, lighting, substrate, fish, decor, heater, testing kits, cleaning equipment, water changing equipment, filter media, etc, etc, this hobby is more than I ever thought... I know I've dumped more than a grand into it to get started.. But bigger is better/easier in the long run. Just make sure whatever fish/shrimp/slugs/crabs/frogs you get have a clean and proper home!
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Quote from oniserva :
For anyone thinking of getting a fishtank, make sure you get one with plenty of room! Also, the bigger the tank, the easier they are to maintain - temperatures, along with pH, ammonia, nitrates, nitrites all change much quicker in a small tank and large tanks are just more stable in all. I started with a 55 and it's made life much easier. Be warned, after the furniture, aquarium, filter, lighting, substrate, fish, decor, heater, testing kits, cleaning equipment, water changing equipment, filter media, etc, etc, this hobby is more than I ever thought... I know I've dumped more than a grand into it to get started.. But bigger is better/easier in the long run. Just make sure whatever fish/shrimp/slugs/crabs/frogs you get have a clean and proper home!
I think 10 gallon is good start before going 55 gallon
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I think 10 gallon is good start before going 55 gallon
10 Gallon is too small.
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I've had two of the plastic Enchant models and now run two of the 5 gallon Topfins. I haven't had any problems with any of them but I would suggest skipping the plastic models and going glass like the 5 and 10 gallon tanks. It's easy to just cut bulk filter media for the filter that comes with the 5 gallon.
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Ouch... These are NOT good prices at all, at least not for the Top Fin Enchant Aquarium.
I have purchased a total of three (3) Top Fin Enchant Aquarium in the past three months, and I never paid more than $16 for any of them.
One of them was $11.42 (Black Friday Weekend/21).
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"Key price points" Hmmm, why does this post feel like a paid ad for PetsMart? 🤔

As someone else just mentioned, the enchant 3.5gal was just on sale for $14.99 and $17.99 recently less if you apply treat trail game coupons from the app. Most of the other ones are junk or not cheap enough to qualify as a "slick deal". The ads been out for 2 weeks, there's a reason myself or someone else didn't post any PetsMart aquarium deals this time around. Lol. #FAIL.🤦🏻 ♂️
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I've had two of the plastic Enchant models and now run two of the 5 gallon Topfins. I haven't had any problems with any of them but I would suggest skipping the plastic models and going glass like the 5 and 10 gallon tanks. It's easy to just cut bulk filter media for the filter that comes with the 5 gallon.
I always wait for the Top Fin essentials glass aquarium starter kits to go on deep discount. That's your best bang for the buck...or the bigger tanks with stands (loving my 36gal bowfront with stand for $87.49). Wish I would've waited for the 45gal with stand for $96.05 or 75gal with stand for $159.80. I just got a 20 gallon top fin starter kit with tank, filter, lid, lights, heater, thermometer, net for $34.99 in Q4 but they'll probably go on sale again soon.
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