Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 45
Rated 5 out of 5
by PaulMafinga Good starter tank
I used to have 7 60 gallon tanks and always used the highest quality equipment. I recently moved to a different state and sold all my old equipment before I moved. My new place has no room for all the fancy tanks so I wanted a small tank to add to the ambiance. This one fit the bill. After adding everything else I needed (Undergravel Filter, Decor, Air pump, Rocks, Fish, Food and fish care products) I spent just under $100 and I have a nice, little, easy to maintain tank with 5 cute comet goldfish. Very happy with this setup. The filter is pretty basic, only time will tell if it's up to par.
December 28, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fishwich Another fan of Top Fin
So far this is a great tank. It is clear, doesn't leak, holds my fish, all the stuff you want from a tank. The hood is not expensive but, it works very well. I have a 25 watt florescent in the right side and a 7 watt night light bulb in the other. The filter and heater fit the holes in the hood well. I'm pleased and impressed.
December 20, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by giannap I love this tank, but the feeder tab...
This tank size is perfect for my baby fantail goldfish. The only problem is that the tab that you have to lift to feed the fish, makes a loud snap whenever I try to open it all the way. It only opens half way, and then it snaps when it goes even an inch wider. Other than that, It's a good tank, has a gap for the filter to fit in the hood, and informs you on what watt light bulb you need for it on the hood, so you don't have to guess. I'd recommend it, if someone would fix the feeder tab scenario.
January 4, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by FluorescentFusion Tank Good... Hood Bad
Petsmart was running a sale on Top Fin, so we got this tank and the 10 Gallon Top Fin Power Filter for my Daughter's Carnival Goldfish. Added colorful gravel and decor and that was one happy fish! Only problem is the Hood... The feeding door sticks and makes a loud cracking noise when opening. I had installed 2 25 watt LED tube lights, which were too bright for the goldfish, so I bought 15 watt incandescents. Problem is, when I started to unscrew one of the LED's, the metal sleeve of the socket came out and the light fell into the tank. I am getting an LED hood to replace it. The tank itself is great.
August 6, 2014