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Lee's Round Betta Keeper Fish Bowl for Aquarium, Clear

by Lee

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  • Complete set includes: Tank undergravel filter carbon cartridge gravel and a decorative plant.
  • Feet on bottom fit into lid grooves to create "stackable" units
  • Ideal for home or office
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 5.4 x 5.4 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004X9UE7S
  • Item model number: 19525
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,281 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

The Round Betta Keeper is the perfect gift idea! The clear, seamless aquarium adds to any room décor.The ultimate set up to enhance any room of your home, office or den. The self centering, removable lid features a feeding hole with a self-latching, pivoting cover and 2 airline tubing holes.


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Customer Reviews

Easy to decorate and clean.
Debbie O'Dell
To dispel some common myths about bettas: - They do not live in small dirty puddles in the wild.
Amy Green
This is a great little bowl to bring a fish home in or for starter fish packs.
JVJG

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Drew on August 21, 2013
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The size of this "tank" is about 1/3 of a gallon, which means its far too small for adult bettas. However, if you're raising a baby betta, it is good temporary housing until the fish gets larger.

The container is very easy to clean, which makes doing 100% water changes very easy.

If you're looking to house an adult betta, it's probably better to look elsewhere.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By cj on October 3, 2013
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First off I would not keep a betta in this tank. It is quite a bit bigger than some other "betta tanks" out there and in that aspect is better than many others, but it is still entirely too small to maintain a truly healthy fish. I loved the bettas I've had over the years and would not subject them to something quite this small. To give measurements (without the lid), it's 4-3/4" tall, 5-1/4" wide at the top, and 4-7/8" wide at the bottom.

That said, this tank is absolutely good for something else!

I have been growing mini African Violets for a while and decided to get into the super- and micro-sized AVs. The micro AVs are only 3" wide (or less) and need higher humidity levels than are found in normal homes or offices, so I have been trying various containers, jars, and bowls to find an effective mini greenhouse that is also attractive. I had the idea to try some of the "betta tanks", bought this one, and am very glad I did.

The lid has air vents in addition to the hole in the middle, so air will get circulated around in there. The blue color is gorgeous, the plastic on the sides is satisfactorily clear, the gravel is quite nice for the price, and my little plants are going to love it. Time will tell whether I leave the lid on or not, but with or without the lid, this betta tank makes a fabulous greenhouse.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amy Green on June 26, 2014
This is too small for a betta fish. I know it seems counterintuitive but most pet stores and suppliers are misinformed about bettas. Learn about betta fish and their care from breeders and enthusiasts (like the Nippy Fish site), NOT sellers. To dispel some common myths about bettas:

- They do not live in small dirty puddles in the wild. The recommended tank size is 5+ gallons. They need at LEAST 1 gallon, and 2.5 gallons and up is much better.
- They shouldn't be with or near other bettas unless breeding.
- They are carnivores and need carnivore fish food. They do not eat plants, and they shouldn't eat dried pellets, flakes or freeze-dried food, which bind them up.
- They need heated water (75-80°).
- They need a clean tank just like every other fish.
- A single betta with the correct supplies for living by itself will cost about $100. Or it can live in a larger aquarium with certain types of other fish.

Hope that helps!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kaini on March 20, 2014
This is WAY too small. Despite common misconceptions, bettas do NOT like to be kept in tiny containers. They do NOT live in small puddles their entire lives. They live in rice paddies that are flooded in the rainy season and slowly dry up. Bettas have adapted to survive in shallow water, but will not thrive in a cup/bowl.

Ammonia will build up quickly in a container like this. Also, the temperature will fluctuate. Bettas need clean fresh water and a stable tropical temperature. Failing to meet these needs will result in illness and eventually death.

If you want to keep a betta, there are many wonderful online resources. Do some research before you buy one of these amazing creatures!
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By Isabella Santana on March 26, 2014
I am not in love with this, but considering the price, its decent. Extremely easy to clean, and my double tail betta seems pretty good in here. I keep him separate from the two females, so this was a quick replacement from his smaller cramped tank. Decent size, plastic is a bit flimsy though. Also, plant would float up, despite the large amounts of gravel I placed to weigh it down.
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