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AquaBetta Suspended Aquarium Desk Lamp, Modern Satin Nickel - Current USA


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  • Perfect for desktops or night-lights
  • Low-voltage led lighting
  • Designer series - modern or antique finish
  • Beautiful crystal acrylic aquarium
  • Dimensions: 15" x 10" x 8"

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 8.5 x 16 inches ; 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds
  • ASIN: B0009YHU5K
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #369,235 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

AquaBetta offers the full range of enjoyment and tranquility of an aquarium in a tabletop illuminator. The spherical design creates a peaceful and serene environment enhanced by a Moon White LED which provides a crisp white light for nocturnal viewing. AquaBetta makes the perfect addition to an office or home. It also makes a wonderful nightlight in kids' rooms (adults' too). Perfect for desktops or night-lights Low-voltage led lighting Designer series - modern or antique finish Beautiful crystal acrylic aquarium Dimensions: 15" x 10" x 8" Weight: 5lbsThe world`s first and only suspended betta tankThe relaxing tranquility and contemporary design of the AquaBetta is sure to add ambiance to any room. Hand-crafted from crystal clear glass, the spherical shape provides 360° viewing of your betta fish. Designer series fixtures feature solid metal stands and are available in Modern or Antique styles. The scratch resistant sphere holds approximately 1 liter and has feeding holes located on the top lid.Don't Stress OutResearch has shown that quietly watching fish can ease stress levels and lower your blood pressure. The AquaBetta is easy to clean and very low maintenance. Betta fish are one of the easiest fish to keep and can live up to 5 years.Walk by the MoonlightThe luminescent glow given off by the built-in LED Moon White Lunar Light makes the AquaBetta the perfect night-light. It casts a crisp moon glow for nighttime viewing without waking you up. Low voltage design makes it safe for kids. Features an on/off switch and remote transformer.The Perfect GiftWhether it is a Valentines Day, Birthday or Christmas gift, or you just need something to help yourself chill, the AquaBetta is sure to be popular with almost anyone. They make great night-lights for kids and are also great for office desks. The contemporary design creates a piece of living art.Modern or Antique Designer SeriesGo Modern with our Designer series Satin Nickel model. The simple clean styling

Customer Reviews

Please, for the sake of the fish, do not purchase this product.
Ms. Wright
My betta fish stopped building bubble nests as soon as I place him into this tank, which meant that he was not happy..
Randy Kiessig
All worked well, it only needed some plumbers tape around the lip where the screws attach to it.
S. Preder

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By H. Kim on September 21, 2006
Just received mine and it is a very attractive aquarium, the base is wide and sturdy and the arm and neck that hold the bowl aloft is beautifully curved. food holes are sufficiently large, and cover is good for bettas which have a tendency to jump.

This item is really more a Betta bowl then a lamp. The light element is tiny, smaller then a pencil eraser and puts out minimal heat(and light). The bowl itself is much larger then it seems in the picture, certainly much roomier then many of the glass bowls that are sold in pet stores for Bettas.

Calling this item a lamp is really misleading. Think of it as a suspended betta bowl that offers a unique and accesible view of your fish, with a tiny light that will cause the bowl to glow nicely. But you can't read with it.
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Goldwave on June 5, 2008
Bettas CAN survive in tiny amounts of water; but that's simply an adaptation to help them survive temporary drought conditions in nature. They normally don't choose or prefer to do so. Why in the world would anyone buy a beautiful fish and put it in a prison, basically?

I've kept bettas and assure everyone reading this that, if you put one in a minimum 20-gallon tank, it will reward you with lovely playful and active swimming displays, including changing color flashing to greet you and express it's moods. Bettas have tons of personality that you can't enjoy when they are cramped into a tiny bubble-like container. You are really missing out on what this pet has to offer if you don't treat it decently.

They are not fast swimmers but they will thoroughly use and enjoy a normal-sized tank. Because they are aggressive, do NOT mix them with anything besides catfish with protective barbs like corycats. The bettas will either do sneak attacks, taking chunks out of other fish; or, if the other fish are faster, those will nip and destroy the betta fins. Don't believe reports that they will live well with other fish. They might for a week or two; but sooner or later you'll have a problem.

If you don't like the idea of keeping one fish in a 20-gallon tank, consider that the idea is to make an "underwater garden" to enjoy, like you would a pond or a vase of flowers etc. With plants and decor etc., it is very relaxing and beautiful. Bettas really are unique and interesting fish and you will be happy with the results if you set up the aquarium compassionately!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Princess on March 26, 2008
I breed brine shrimp(sea monkeys) for my other fish to eat. They've always been kept in a 1 gallon tank, which was kind of unnattractive when kept near my other pretty fishies.

This bowl is adorable for a few of the sea monkeys to frolic in and I don't really have to worry about there not being enough space.

This being said, don't put any kind of fish in this bowl. There's just not room for it. Any fish, even a betta, would have a severely shortened life span from living in such cramped conditions.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C. Richart on June 28, 2007
This product doesn't really succeed as either a light or a fish bowl, but it's still interesting. The light is small and dim. You probably won't even be able to read by it. In my opinion, the bowl is also entirely too small for a fish, even a betta. It's not even half a gallon, and the directions suggest only filling it up half way. Your fish will barely be able to move. With that being said, the AquaBetta light has ornamental value even if it serves no real function. I have an aquatic plant growing in mine, and it's a fascinating display device. (Just make sure you have the AquaBetta somewhere it can get at least indirect natural light; don't count on the small bulb in the lamp itself.)
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9 of 13 people found the following review helpful By mokibunny on October 30, 2005
i have 5 bettas and i love this betta bowl. it was very easy to set up, it's stylish, and makes a really lovely home for my latest betta. i like the low voltage, ambiante lighting it provides as well. compared to other lit betta bowls i have the lighting is very soft and doesn't seem to stress my fish out
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Quick Look Review:
The Good:
- has an LED light that adds a nice cool blue color
The Bad:
- If you can't replace the bowl, the whole product becomes useless
- It's cruel to keep anything in this bowl, way too small

I originally gave this product 5 stars but after owning it for over a year I decided to delete the review and write a new one. Originally, the bowl had broken while doing a water change. I was putting the stones in the bowl and they broke through the bottom. So I contacted the company and they sent me a replacement for free. I was very happy that they helped me. The bowl came, I put the pebbles in, and my fish was back in his home.

I think I had the bowl for another few months and the same thing happened again. So I contacted the company to ask them if I could buy a replacement bowl from them. No response. I tried to contact the company on several occasions, offering to pay for the bowl and shipping costs but I never heard back from them. Tried looking for something in the store to replace the glass with and still be able to use the lamp. I couldn't find anything.

So this Betta bowl cost me around $35 and lasted for 5-6 months. What a waste of money. The glass should have been made thicker. I was careful when adding the pebbles in the bowl (especially the 2nd one) and it still broke while doing a water change. Thank god the fish wasn't in the bowl when it broke. The fact is that if the bowl breaks (and it does, easily) the whole product becomes useless. The $35-40 spent could have been spent on something bigger and more durable than this bowl.

Perhaps it was better the bowl broke. I researched about Betta fish and learned that they need something that is at least a gallon (bigger is better).
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