Tetra® LED Betta Tank
Watch out for cracks!
Mine had two slight cracks (fortunately nothing leaks) so I had to cover it with clear tape but it's just so attractive that I can bear with it. The furnishings of the tank seem to cover them up as well. I thought it was ridiculously cheap compared to the other Tetra tanks with an LED light and I thought the shape was superior to the others (I went for a zen/Far East theme). I used clear and silver metallic gravel so the light can peak through. My tiny female betta (I chose her because she was the tiniest and pushed all the way in the back) loves it so far and seems to be a good size even with two plastic plants and a medium sized ornament she can hide in. I can look past the cracks but would obviously prefer not to have them. I just recommend avoiding ordering this item online and to closely examine the one you plan to purchase at the store.
June 9, 2014
Seems good so far
The tank doesn't seem to hold an entire gallon, but I didn't fill it all the way to the brim, either. The light works and everything seems sturdy. My only concern is that it came packaged in a large box without any packing to keep it from breaking. Nevertheless, it got to me without any cracks.
January 9, 2014
Attractive small acquarium f or a beta
Like the unique design and bottom 4 led lights. Use of rechargeable batteries a must. Battery life is too short. Aquarium is large enough for the addition of a center partition to allow 2 betas per aquarium.
December 27, 2013
Great tank for the price, attractive shape.
I bought this tank when a fish was gifted to me unexpectedly and I didn't have a place for him to live! It was an inexpensive tank that suited my needs as a temporary home for this fish, and once I moved the fish to a permanent tank, this one found use as a hospital tank for sick fish that needed to be isolated for treatment. It's not my first choice as a permanent living space for a betta, but it's been a great little tank, and it's served the purposes I needed it for.
November 24, 2013