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Betta Bow Front 1-2-3 Tank Kit - 0.7 gal.

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$18.99
Item: 261722
$18.99

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Penn Plax Betta Bow Front 1-2-3 tank kit is designed to safely house and display up to three Betta fish. The plastic kit is designed with a modern bow-front shape an secure lid, and removable, opaque dividers to prevent aggression and fin flare.

Three single LED lights enhance the appearance of the fish and allow for night time viewing. This unit is perfect for display in any room of your home or office. Have fun exhibiting you aquatic pets and plants. Also includes a simple filtration system to keep your pets healthy and happy.

The filter kit comes in purple and measures 12 in. x 7 in. x 5 in.

Betta Care Infographic
Specifications
MPN
BBT4
Manufacturer
Penn Plax
Length12 in.
Width7 in.
Height5 in.
Capacity0.7 gal.
MaterialPlastic
ColorPurple
Internal Id
59487

Fish abuse needs to stop1

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In the wild betta live in shallow streams that go on for miles. Betta need to be in at least a 2.5 gallon thank but in order for them to thrive they should be in a 5-10 gallon tank. Fish abuse needs to stop and NOW!

WAY TOO SMALL

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Way too small for any fish. Bettas need at least 2.5 gallons. Put three fish in here and you are asking for ammonia poisoning within two days.

it says that its purple

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it literally says that its is PURPLE NOT BLUE so read people!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Really small

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This really small than what I had expected plus it needs a air pump and tubing for the filter. I would only put something like one fish in this tank like a danio or use it for a nusrey for your baby fry.

Horrible.

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As already mentioned, this tank is far too small for even one fish, how could you think to put three in it? Besides the lack of swimming space, there's no way to safely heat a container this small; it has the potential to fluctuate too much, and the stress of that can kill your fish. Bettas are tropical and enjoy a temperature range of 76 to 80°F, and will display their best colors, activity levels, and most of all - health.
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<br>Give your fish some room to swim in a five gallon - or better yet, ten - and you'll be surprised what a spunky personality they have. They'll appreciate every inch of space given, and besides - that leaves you more room to decorate!

Customer Review

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This tank is way to small for even one betta, let alone three.
<br>.7 Gallons isn't even big enough for any kind of fish.
<br>For one betta, they need at least 1 gallon very minimum, 2 gallons is even better. Plus with this size of a tank ammonia will build up in a day so youll constantly have to change the water. This is also not good for your bettas

Specifications

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In the specifications it clearly says purple so do your research.

You failed

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It's your failure for not reading the specifications. It clearly strayed the color is purple. It's your failure.

I like mine...

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...my betta seems happy in it. been going for little over a year now. also, i consider this to be purple in color--the item and the picture on the web...maybe the resolution of the computer monitors makes it look different to the other reviewers? also, it does say purple for the color under the Specifications tab.

Customer Review

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This tank in all pics looks blue so I bought two of them , one for my son, and one for me. they showed up and ended up being purple! so unless you want a purple tank then don't get this and think your getting a blue tank.

I like it

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Read bad reviews for tank,but I like it. Having kept Betta's for years and sometimes in smaller containers,I like this container.

Small

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This is way to small!!

WAY too small

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.7 gallons is too small for one betta, let alone three.

Poor quality

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Don't let the photo fool you, it looks blue every direction you look at it even on the side of the box when you get it but its PURPLE. It does not state that in the description which it should so we knnow, also the top has no support brace for the rim so when you fill it up with water it expands because it's cheap plastic and the deviders don't stay in the slots and you have to hold the dividers in place and put the cover on and alligne it together, also each time you feed them you have to remove the cover to feed them and do the same thing over and over to alligne the deviders to the hood. Could use better discription about that.