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The picture they have of the product has a tab at the top of the sphere. The product I received had no tab, and had three very small holes in the top of the acrylic. It also did not come with any hardware to install it. I did not want to just screw this to the wall, because I wanted to be able to take it off to clean it and such. I used a drywall anchor with a small hook. I did have to drill out the center hole a bit to fit the hook.
The bowl itself measures about 8.5 inches in diameter with roughly 1 inch of acrylic surrounding the bowl. In the description of this bowl it says it measures 14 inches X 14 inches X 7 inches. This is not the case.
I would say it is pretty accurate to say it holds roughly a half a gallon of water.
I did a comparison with another commonly purchased product the "Betta Bubble" by elive. It is significantly smaller than this product. The sphere is more of a squished sphere, it is not round. It did however come with a pretty cool LED light, a lid, hanging hardware, a desk stand (not sure why anyone would use this when it is meant to be put on a wall) and cheap decorations. The Betta Bubble was roughly $20 after tax, where as this product only cost me $17. I did purchase small pebbles, a live plant and a submersible LED (which has not been delivered yet). Roughly another $20 worth of products.
I actually purchased another wall sphere from another company to compare to this as well. So far this one wins my vote. Here are my photos of the comparison and the final product minus the LED.
However, I ordered 2 of these and 1 of the " KAZE HOME Wall Mount Fishbowl " ones.
I have found that my Beta had enough room in the KAZE HOME one, but I was not comfortable putting a betta in one of these ones. I ended up having to get 2 guppies for this tank, and just do constant water changes. The 2nd one is sitting in a closet. I'm just can't bring myself to stuff a betta in one of these.
I will be returning it and hopefully getting a better one in my next order.
Positive review earlier because yes, it's adorable, I get compliments on it all the time, cool fun IDEA. But seriously two months in and my fish seems lifeless, I can tell he doesn't have enough room and the lack of room has caused him to tear his fins at the ends. I took the plants out and his activity hasn't increased, he isn't lifeless.. He doesn't float on his side or look dead, but he definitely seems unhappy. I'm going to take some other reviewers advice and maybe put tea candles in it or turn it into an aquaterrarium. Not enough room for a fish, tank gets dirty in three days, and I mean in a week it looks like sewage water. Cute but not practical.