Rated 3 out of 5 by 8
Rated 5 out of 5 by BigGoldfishMom Super sz treasure chest - perfect for 100 gal tank
When my fancy goldfish were young and in a 20 gallon tank I got the small chest with no movement. They loved swimming through the bubbles
3 years later they're in a 100 gallon tank and have become so big they were constantly knocking over the little chest. I'd find it bubbling away on its side. Although it still sparkles and has all its color, I knew my guys had gotten too big for it.
So glad to find the big one! I propped it open permanently by epoxying a 1/2" size acrylic gold nugget aquarium decoration to the top of the treasure. Once I ended the slamming shut movement the goldfish decided to trust it, and after a couple days with this new one, they now love to swim through the bubbles!
If you are going with the sunken treasure chest, you might want to check out the 3 sizes of Top Fin sunken clipper ships. I purchased the biggest size when my guys were small. The sails and color are still good. Now that my 5 goldfish are so big, I removed the ship's rope ties and all but the front sail. This way the bigger fish can still swim through the deck area without getting caught, but the old ship still looks great with the big treasure chest!
August 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by MrRat Works great
Works great in my 120g tank once the fish get accustomed to it.
December 15, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by guppie1488 Treasure Box Bubbler controlled
Top Fin® Metal T-Valve Treasure Box Bubbler
Top Fin® Aquarium Check Valve release air
power outage. should have 1 for the pump so water will not go in . Never tried it yet but should work!
November 15, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 As everyone else mentioned this thing releases wayyy to many bubbles at once. I have a 50 gal tank and it is still super powerful. When the lid opens it releases a massive bubble that moves the water all over the place. And the lid opens like every 7 seconds. I used an adapter to the air pump to slow down the frequency of the bubble but it still moves all the water and takes away from the peace of the aquarium. I keep mine turned off most of the time, and my fish love swimming in and out of it... it is for a much larger aquarium.
May 24, 2012