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BioBubble Wonder Bubble Tunnel Kit, Black
- Kit includes planting tray for growing plants or flowers
- Aquatic tunnel and habitat for small freshwater fish
- Designed to allow fish to swim up and through in a semiaquatic environment
- Uses positive water pressure to keep water in tunnel while submerged
- Flat back on Bubble can be used as a family photo frame or apply a mirror for your fish to show off
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The Wonder Bubble Tunnel Kit strikes the perfect balance between form and function. The innovative design of the clear tunnel uses positive water pressure to keep water in the tunnel while it is submerged and allows your fresh water fish to swim through. The kit includes silicone covers for each end of tunnel to setup water inside. The bulb in the middle of tunnel has a flat back which allows for you to place a custom background, family photo, mirror, or you may use the included planting tray to create a more natural background.
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Top customer reviews
I bought one of these for my daughter's birthday and I was disappointed with it as soon as I took it out of the box. Long story short, each piece is made of cheap plastic. The part for your plants is just a little bin that hangs off the edge of the bowl. The tunnel has pieces that rest on the edge of the bowl as well, and they don't really snap or lock into place. Ours was knocked off within 2 days, spilling water EVERYWHERE, Luckily the fish was not inside the tunnel at the time.
The bowl has a rounded bottom, which really cuts down on the amount of real estate you have for rocks, castles, plants, etc. A flat bottom would have been better. The tunnel was a cool, unique idea, but it's not practical at all. You fill it up separately and plug the ends with little rubber pieces. Then you turn the tunnel upright, put it on the bowl, reach inside the water and remove the plugs. But as your water evaporates, the water in your tunnel drains down into the bowl, which empties the water in the bubble at the top of the tunnel. And the tunnel is THE ABSOLUTE WORST PART ABOUT IT when it comes to changing the water. You either have to reach inside nasty fish water and plug up the ends, or risk nasty fish water gushing out from all of the pressure as soon as you remove the tunnel. And since the entire bowl is open, the water evaporates pretty quickly.
We've had this bowl since August. There's not much to like about it, and sadly I don't think my daughter is excited about having a fish anymore. Just writing this review has reminded me how much I hate it. It looks cool, it's a good idea, but it just doesn't work...
Also, haven't had an issue keeping it clean as other reviewers said--- no issue in the tunnel portion -- easy to clean--- you can use a bottle brush if needed.
I will agree with other posters who said bowl shape is hard to put plants and I was not able to suction cup the heater to the side on the bowl due to curve of bowl.
I also did not have trouble with tube. It's pieces fit into each other to connect. It does just sit on top but I don't feel that is a limitation. Probably also helps that I have the bucket to fill it up.
Remember that this is a fish tank and will require maintenance and extras. ( i.e. Plants, heater if necessary, cleaning equipment)
So overall pretty but has some drawbacks. I am keeping mine. Maybe not best for everyone.