Pen-Plax 085 Action Air Pirate Skeleton with Jug & Treasure Chest Live-Action Aerating Aquarium Ornament
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- Real motion air-driven ornaments provide entertaining action while aerating your tank
- Pirate skeleton raises & lowers rum jug for a drink while guarding his treasure chest
- BONUS: Includes 4' of tubing & one pressure control valve
- Requires air pump (not included)
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Penn Plax Action Air Aquarium Ornaments bring animation and charm to your underwater world while aerating your tank. This Action Air Pirate Skeleton w/Jug & Treasure Chest Live-Action Aerating Aquarium Ornament gives your aquarium that sunken pirate look & feel. Each ornament is created in great detail and weighted to help them stay put. Simply connect the ornament to a standard 3/16 airline from your air pump (not included) and watch as the pirate skeleton raises his jug while guarding his treasure. A steady stream of bubbles continually rise providing your tank with much needed air. Use your pressure control valve (not included) to adjust the motion and the volume of air. Each ornament is made from a durable plastic resin that is safe for your aquarium. Fun to watch and entertaining for your fish, Action Air ornaments fit in almost any tank and come in a variety of styles & sizes so you can continue to add to your aquarium design. Pirate Skeleton w/Jug & Treasure Chest measures approximately 5x 3x 4 high.
Top Customer Reviews
Other reviews have mentioned that he wants to float. If you throw him in the tank and turn him upside down before trying to set him up, there's a lot of air trapped under the 'rock' that will bloop out. After that, he's much less float-y. I also buried the rock a bit under gravel, so just him and the chest and the plants stick out, I think he looks better that way.
The included suction probably works fine, but I didn't feel like lowering my rock level so this could reach the bottom and not be buried