Top Fin Tank Divider
Very Good but not worth the money
These dividers have held up for me very well but were EXTREMELY hard to get in the fishtank. Finally I just stopped following their instructions and did it myself. It doesn't look amazing but it does the job of dividing my bettas. I also am dividing one baby and it has not gotten out of the dividers so far. The only thing is how expensive they are, I honestly think they should be a little cheaper.
February 28, 2014
When I first got received the divider I was thinking flimsy.To my surprise it is very effective once assembled and put into place. I would consider buying another one and dividing the aquarium into three for the Beta's my wife owns.
December 9, 2013
I got one to separate my 10gallon, and it's done what it's supposed to so far. It was easy to put together, but really difficult to get into the tank. However, once I got it positioned, it has stayed in place with no problem.
October 15, 2013
Not Worth It
I have to be honest, having read the reviews, I was a bit reluctant and hesitant to get it. Turns out that I should have just listened to my gut instinct.
Yes it takes a little work to get it set up. Not the easiest, but not the most complex either.The quality is reasonable, but not outstanding.
The primary reason that I had gotten it, was to be able to set up my nursery tank (20 gallon tank) as I have a ton of Black and Dalmation Molly babies. The issue is that while it's easy enough, relatively speaking, to set up. It fails absolutely to keep the baby fish on one side of the tank. What I've had to do instead, is leave the older baby fish in the tank and keep the smaller, latest round of babies in the nursery tank that hangs on the side.Is it the *best* solution? Not really. Is it what I'm stuck with at the moment, yep. Since there are three female mollys who are pregnant and they aren't on identical cycles for birthing and they have a new brood each month... Yeah nursery tanks that hang on the side can only handle so many.
July 17, 2013