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Office Fish Tank


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  • Item Weight: 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds
  • ASIN: B00084IC0S
  • Item model number: PS30118MU
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #333,571 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Customer Reviews

He even sometimes lurks in the file cabinet!
PurpleFool
I love the Office Fish tank watching the fish swim in and out of the file cabinet, over and under the desk, it has been an enjoyment.
Scooby Doo
For a better alternative I suggest any of Marineland's eclipse tanks.
A. Taylor

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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By A. Taylor VINE VOICE on April 5, 2007
It may look cute but this is an awful product in both build quality and for fish keeping alike. It is simply way too small to keep even one fish in (well under a gallon), the "office furniture" takes up way too much room in this already tiny tank, and it has very sharp edges too - which are sure to injure your fish. It's impossible to clean, feels very cheaply made, and it just isn't good for any kind of fish. You're much better off getting a 10 gallon tank from your local fish store for not much more money and your fish will be much happier and live longer. An awful novelty product that should be avoided at all costs. For a better alternative I suggest any of Marineland's eclipse tanks. Marineland Eclipse System Three or Marineland Eclipse System Six Aquarium would be great alternatives.
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45 of 51 people found the following review helpful By TCL on June 1, 2006
Six inches by five by seven? Think of your average child-size shoebox, and cut that in half-- that's about the size of this "tank." The water quality can go downhill in an alarmingly short time and putting a live animal in such conditions is a death sentence. There is no room for a filter and the decorations are crowding.

The "instructions" posted in the description are damning to fish as well-- "ideal for goldfish and bettas"-- NO. Goldfish require at least 10 gallon tanks for the very smallest ones, and larger as they grow, in order to be healthy. And bettas? This tank's decorations are riddled with sharp corners, points and edges, perfect for tearing a betta's long delicate fins and making them susceptible to infection and disease.

"The tank is super easy to maintain--just rinse and refill under the tap." What, no conditioners or other additives to make the water safe for fish? Water straight out of the tap contains chlorine and sometimes other chemicals to make it safe for us to drink-- but which are deadly to fish.

This is an example of a horrible trend that tells people that fish are decorations rather than living animals that need care and attention. Keeping an aquarium requires care, education, and committment just like keeping any other pet. Do not buy this product.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Chan on June 1, 2006
Please DO NOT purchase this tank for a goldfish. Goldfish deserve at the least a 30+ gallon tank and some varieties (which sink to the bottom to hang out) would find this plastic annoying and inappropriate. It could possibly injure them.

Putting a goldfish inside this product would be inhumane and irresponsible. The small volume will contribute to ammonia buildup and potentially cause skin irritations and deformities.

Please be a responsible pet owner and think of the welfare of the animal over the 'cute' factor. Please.
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29 of 34 people found the following review helpful By C. Walker on June 2, 2006
Buy the "Office Fish Tank" only if you want to end up sitting around at work and watching your dead fish float around at the top!

This "tank" doesn't even hold a full gallon of water. The "decorations" take up an ungodly amount of space in it and have sharp edges which can be harmful to your fish. You can't just "rinse and refill" an aquarium either. You need to treat the water first, or you'll kill your fish even faster. But maybe that would be a blessing for it, when compared to having to live in those conditions?

If you're going to spend 25-30 dollars on a fish tank, just go to Wal-Mart and buy their 10 gallon kit! It's not much more expensive, and your fish will be MUCH happier with you!
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By PurpleFool on August 11, 2006
Aug. 11, 2006
I have this tank sitting on my desk at the office and have had a beautiful healthy beta living in it for over two months. This is wonderfully adorable novelty item and it looks very cute in my cubicle.

The important thing to remember is that this is a fish you are committing to take care of. If you are willing to put in the effort, great! If not, DO NOT BUY THIS!

What I have been doing is this:
1. Get a beta - not a goldfish. Goldfish need more room than this tank can supply and also would prefer a filter.
2. Change the water often. I do a small water change 2 or 3 times a week. I only use filtered water, I am sure to let it stand for several hours so that it adjusts to room temperature and I use a water conditioner designed for betas.
3. Do not overfeed!
4. About once a month I carefully move my fish into another bowl with the most of the fish tank water and rinse out the tank.

My fish seems very happy and loves swimming in, over, under, through and around the furniture exploring his environment. He even sometimes lurks in the file cabinet! His fins are long and beautiful and have never gotten caught on any "sharp" edges.

The only concern I have for him is that he might eventually get bored since the furniture is locked down and can't be rearranged to provide stimulation for the fish. But other than that, I think that with the proper care, a beta can be very happy living in his office.
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Dec. 4, 2008 - I'm adding a comment here to say it is now Dec. '08, almost 2 1/2 years later, and my little Beta fish is still alive and kicking. :) This is the same little guy I first put in the tank.
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