Save Big On Open-Box & Pre-owned: Buy "Tetra 25905 Decorative Reptile Filter for Aquarium...” from Amazon Warehouse Deals and save 40% off the $53.99 list price. Product is eligible for Amazon's 30-day returns policy and Prime or FREE Shipping. See all Open-Box & Pre-owned offers from Amazon Warehouse Deals.
Other Sellers on Amazon
+ $8.30 shipping
+ $6.99 shipping
+ Free Shipping
Tetra 25905 Decorative Reptile Filter for Aquariums up to 55 Gallons
|Price:||$35.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
|You Save:||$18.00 (33%)|
- Innovative combination of filtration and decoration ideal for frog, newt, or turtle tanks
- Allows you to instantly create a beautiful waterfall and basking area for Newts, Frogs, and Turtles in any aquarium up to 55 gallons
- integrated three-stage Whisper filtration, which uses easily replaceable Bio Bags, keeping water clear and odor-free
- Large intake holes prevent clogging
- Locking cover keeps animals out of the filtration area and provides an ideal basking area
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Special Offers and Product Promotions
1.Start by verifying all parts for assembly are included in the package. Decorative ReptoFIlter Includes: •Outflow tube with elbow fitting •Decorative ReptoFilter •ReptoFilter Cartridges •90 gph pump •Lid •O-ring •Sample packet of ReptoMin food 2.Press outflow tube into pump discharge opening. 3.Slide O-ring over elbow fitting, keeping it approximately 1/4" from the end of the elbow fitting opening. 4.Place assembled pump in bottom of Decorative ReptoFilter. Slide outflow tube with O-ring into groove at top of front of filter. Slide down until O-ring seats at bottom of groove to form a watertight seal. Route pump cord through small notch at rear top of filter. 5.Rinse cartridge filters under cold tap water to remove any carbon dust. 6.Insert filter cartridges into slots on either side of pump and slide all the way down until seated on bottom.* 7.Place lid on filter. 8.Place filter unit in corner of tank, and fill until water level is between minimum and maximum lines (levels are indicated on the side of the filter). 9.Plug in filter and create drip loop. (For more information see Safety Instructions below).
Top Customer Reviews
|Length: 0:31 Mins|
Had it going on a month now and the water is still crystal clear with only one filter change.
If you shut it off and then turn back on the flow is immediate (no priming).
The filters are a breeze to change.
I have it set up in a 20 gallon long Terrarium (1/2 water 1/2 land) with four Fire belly Toads. Before that I had two small Turtles in it (since moved to a larger aquarium) and the water stayed cleaner than using my Cascade 100 Power Filter!
For replacement filters order the Tetra 26160 Whisper Bio-Bag Cartridge, Unassembled, Medium, 12-Pack they are way less expensive and you can reuse the plastic frames from the filters that come with it.
It provides some dry land area, with an easy climb out of the water. It is also much taller than other in-tank filters that I have tried, so the water level can be deep enough for the health of aquatic animals like my newt.
It takes two standard sized filter cartridges, which are used by many other filters, so they are relatively cheap and easy to find. The top of the rock lifts away, allowing easy access to change the filter cartridges without the need to tear the habitat apart. It also has handy fill lines on the back side of the rock, which mark the high and low fill levels.
The top fits snugly over the waterfall outlet, so there is no danger of small animals getting into the filter and becoming injured. The largest gaps into the filter housing are the intake holes along the bottom of the rock, which are about 3/8" in diameter. It would be very easy to block them with mesh if you have smaller animals.
I am considering purchasing a second one for my firebellied toad habitat. I definitely recommend this filter. It was well thought out and is of good overall design and quality.
My only issue with this product is that it comes with a black-rubber-ring that is supposed to go around the tube that the water comes out of, and fit snuggly into place on the "rock" portion. Mine would not fit snuggly, but it still seems to work just fine. There were also a few small chipped pieces on the inside compartment of the waterfall feature when I first got it. They were not anything concerning, just small pieces that I removed before placing it in my tank.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was hesitant to spend the money for this filter. I have a 40 gallon tank and I was getting sick of cleaning it all the time. This keeps the tank clean and smelling good. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Nicholas Harmon
I buy these for the pumps alone -- in my aqua-terrariums they're the only pumps that keep going (I use the pump with bio-foam around it as a sort of filter, with the water pumping... Read morePublished 7 days ago by David R.
Great for my grandsons red ear sliders! He picked this one and loves it! It make the take look super cute! Our turtle loves it too! Very easy to plug in and start working!Published 7 days ago by L. mayo
So far 4 days have passed and I love how clean it keeps the water and how silent it is. I did buy some large smooth rocks to prop it up since I wanted to add more water to my... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Erick Reyna
Very nice decoration for the turtle tank and my red ear slider gets on it all the time. It has two filters inside that filter very good and are easy to take out and replace with... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Carol D. Herd
We like it. Check sizing, it was a bit wide for our original tank we bought it for.Published 21 days ago by Husband, Wife and some Kids