Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 5
Rated 4 out of 5 by SalemKittie Lovely, but impractical for fishes
I got this to put in my axolotl tank-- aquatic salamanders-- as a hide. I was ready to spend money on them because I care about them, but this was WAY overpriced anyway. It's maybe worth about half the amount, truly. I thought it'd be okay, but it was far too rough to use in the tank. It would definitely scratch their bodies with how stiff the leaves were and such. I'd be anxious to use it with fish at all for that reason. Looks really easy to get stuck/injured.
I ended up deciding to give it to a friend who has a corn snake to decorate with.
January 10, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Mikeymike Broke after 4 months
This looks great but it is poor quality. I took it out of my 55g for a cleaning and the tree portion snapped off and I was barely touching it. If you're going to put it in your tank and never touch it you'll be fine, otherwise go with something else. It is way overpriced too, even if it was better quality.
April 24, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5
by Whitters Great Piece
Yes, this was pretty pricey but well worth it. This gives my tank a great look for the Asian theme I was going for. It is also quite functional as it gives all of my fish and even my frog great hiding places to hang out and sleep in at nighttime. I did have a couple of the leaves pop off and I couldn't get them back on so I am just trying to be more careful with it. Other than that I highly recommend it. Its really great and I get a lot of compliments on it.
January 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
by ILOVEHAMSTERS1000 Nice product, but over priced
This is a beautiful ornament that goes very nicley with other natural looking decorations.(ex. silk plants, brown gravel, natural backround) I really like the way it makes my aquarium look and my betta absolutly loves swimming through all the branches. The only draw back is the cost. Its wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy over priced and I had to wait a long time before it went on sale and went down a little. It fits nicley in a 10 gallon tank.
January 14, 2013