Penn Plax Betta Fish Tank Aquarium Kit with LED Light & Internal Filter Desktop Size, 1.5 Gallon
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- Everything you need is in this betta Fish Tank kit, 1.5 gallon tank, LED light, and internal filter. Easy to set up, you’ll be ready to add your fish in minutes.
- Fish tank hold 1.5 Gallons of water with a curved design and raised base. Made of clear, quality plastic with a removable lid for easy feeding and cleaning.
- Internal filter uses a 3 stage system that utilizes biological, mechanical, and chemical filtration. Carbon Filter media removes nitrate and other pollutants.
- Tank Comes with a low voltage Ultra bright white LED light for maximum viewing with an on/off switch. A standard outlet is used to power filter and light.
- This small aquarium measures 9.5 inches high by 8.5 inches wide by 6 inches deep and can be used for a betta or any other small tropical fish. It’s the perfect size for any desk top or table.
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The Penn Plax betta fish tank 1.5 gallon kit has everything you need to get started, a 1.5 gallon tank, internal filter, and LED light. Made of clear, high quality plastic this 1.5 gallon tank features a curved edge design and sits upon a raised Black base Base. The lid Removable lid allows for easy feeding and cleaning of the tank. Built into the tank is an internal filter that provides a 3 stage filtration system that utilizes biological, mechanical, and chemical filtration. The carbon filter media removes nitrates and other water pollutants keeping the tank clean and healthy for your fish. Also, included in this betta kit is a low voltage White LED light that brightens the tank for maximum viewing and has an on off switch for easy use. This betta aquarium measures 9.5 inches high by x 8.5 inches wide by 6 inches deep and can sit on any desk top or table. This tank makes a great choice for kids and set up only takes minutes. Fish and gravel are not included. Shop the Penn Plax aquarium Decor collection for additional accessories for your betta tank.
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The manufacture does not list the replacement cartridge, but it does use the API size 10 cartridges. Hope that helps some people out.
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Betta filter modification 30ppi foam Amazon link-
The dark rocks are a few from the ones I had in the base of the Betta's old bowl. After moving the Betta to a cup, I stirred around the old water and rocks vigorously, let the silt settle, and then poured the water in the new tank to provide a starter for the beneficial nitrifying bacteria. After a while I'll add some ghost shrimp and possibly five or six Ember Tetras. (I know the Tetras are pushing it, especially since the tank doesn't have an under gravel filter to increase the nitrifying bacteria colony. But my Betta seems to be a woos, so I may try it and pull them if the chemistry goes awry).
The only thing negative I have to say about the unit is I wish the cord that goes from the pump to the light was twelve inches longer. That would give me ultimate flexibility in positioning the pump. But I can make it longer if I want and it works fine for the decor I'm using now, so it's not a big deal. I'm not worried about finding a replacement filter. On tiny tanks like this I generally don't use the filter that comes with it or I modify the filter so I replace only half the filter at a time. Of course I have to change out the filter halves more often, but since I often push the capacity of a tank this allows me to keep more of the benefit of the nitrifying bacteria that colonizes the filter. Even if you don't want to go to this trouble, the filter has a sponge pre-filter that comes before the main filter that holds the activated charcoal. Just don't rinse out the sponge at the same time you change the main filter and you'll keep the a solid colony of the beneficial bacteria anyway.
UPDATE: A month or two after setup, I added a small albino plecostomus (~1"), two ghost shrimp (~1" each), and one cherry red shrimp (~1/3"). I have not changed my feeding routine of two Betta pellets three times a day, with an occasional third pellet added. All are thriving. The shrimp have all molted at least once. The tank is algae free. The bottom is free of visible detritus. The Amazon Sword put out a rhizome, which I anchored in the opposite back corner. The sprout is now a little more than half the height of the aquarium. I couldn't be more pleased.