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Top Fin® Revival Waterfall Desk Aquarium - 5 Gallon

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Bring beauty and life to your home or office with the Top Fin Revival Waterfall Gallon Desk Aquarium. This easy-to-set up aquarium holds 5 gallons of water, and makes the perfect home for small fish and beautiful decor. It also includes a soothing waterfall feature, and comes with an integrated filtration system for a sleek look. Only at PetSmart.

Features: Soothing waterfall feature; Integrated filtration system

  • 1 five-gallon glass tank with lid
  • 1 one-color LED
  • 1 integrated filtration system
  • 2 filter cartridges

    Intended For: Fish
    Materials: Glass
    Color: Clear, White
    Size: 5 US Gallon (18.9 L)
    Dimensions: 9.6 in L x 9.8 in W x 15.3 in H (24.8 x 24.8 x 38.8 cm)


    1. Place aquarium on a stable, sturdy surface away from heat, cold, and direct sunlight.
    2. Use an aquarium heater, if needed, to maintain stable water temperatures.

    1. Choose your favorite color of gravel, or mix and match.
    2. Condition water during set-up and each water change. Water testing, water conditioner, and bacteria starter are keys to success. Let water sit for 24 hours before introducing fish.
    3. Use decor to complement your personal style and provide shelter for your fish.

    1. Choose the appropriate quantity of compatible fish.
    2. Feed your fish with the appropriate type and amount of food.

    Caution: Children should have adult supervision with set-up, maintenance, and fish care. Never try to move a full or partially full aquarium. Never lift an aquarium with wet hands.

  • Top Fin® Revival Waterfall Desk Aquarium - 5 Gallon
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    Top Fin® Revival Waterfall Desk Aquarium - 5 Gallon is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 30.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great tank but... So I bought this tank for my betta and everything was going great until I put him in the tank. The waterfall is REALLY strong for him, and there is no option to turn it down. I filled the tank all the way up hoping that it would help but it didn't do much. I ended up getting a Quietflow 3 for the 5 gallon.. hopefully it will work
    Date published: 2018-04-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Betta Tank! I've had this tank for about 2 months and am very happy with it.
    Date published: 2017-11-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really Nice Really pretty! My betta loves this tank! Sounds nice too with the waterfall feature! Excuse the toys my daughter loves to watch him and play with her toys by the tank!haha
    Date published: 2017-10-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from My betta loves it. I love that this tank is glass and the waterfall feature is great. Finally a tank where the filter flow is not too strong for a betta. At first the pump filter itself was insanely loud but Petsmart allowed me to change the pump-filter for a new one. I can barely hear the new filter so I am very happy about that. My betta seems to love his new environment. The waterfall combined with the light creates a great natural looking shimmering effect in the tank. It would have been perfect if they added a blue light as well so that fishes can ease into the night. Other then that, it is a great Betta tank!
    Date published: 2018-07-09
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Super cute, sleek look for my desk! My betta loves Super cute, sleek looking tank. Love the waterfall filter feature. Had no problems with leaking that others seemed to have. Nice and roomy for my betta and his shrimp friends :) Only thing that I could complain about at all would be that the lights are pretty dim. I planned on making it a planted tank anyway so knew I would have to change the lights no matter what, but even for a fish only, they seemed a little dim for such a deep tank. Otherwise, great little tank!
    Date published: 2018-02-09
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Filter failure, leaks tank until empty. I've had his setup for several months and recently noticed the filter water level seemed to be too high, like the pump was pushing water faster than could flow through the filter and would risk overflowing over the back of the filter. After replacing the filters this week I came home tonight to a half filled tank as the filter had overflowed over the back. For hours. And was still overflowing. Even when the tank was half full. When the filter is functioning properly it creates a powerful current in the center of the tiny tank that is very difficult for a betta to swim in. I won't be replacing the filter, I'll opt for something placed inside the tank to ensure I won't be soaking up gallons of water from my carpets again.
    Date published: 2018-02-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very sleek Love this tank! Looks great on desk. Flow is strong at first but you can turn it down. For people wondering how to change the flow rate once everything is set up and in place push the top part of the pump to the left. :)
    Date published: 2019-04-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from My betta is flourishing in this tank! I bought this tank over 2 months ago and couldn’t be happier. My betta loves it! The flow from the “waterfall” and filter don’t bother him at all. I think he kind of likes it from the way he hangs out around both. The waterfall actually lets him chase down his food by diving, his preferred method now. I added a 5 gallon water heater to regulate the temperature in the colder months. The LED light really makes his colors pop and he seems more active when the light is on. I am really pleased with this tank.
    Date published: 2018-05-06
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    Can anyone recommend a way to lower the flow of the waterfall?

    Asked by: Maguku
    While looking at the front of the tank You can slide the pump to the left for less flow or slide it right so the water flows faster, not many people will figure it out. But i have it down all the way and the water stays clear longer
    Answered by: Zach s
    Date published: 2019-04-04

    Is the waterfall flow too strong for a betta?

    Asked by: LK1321
    Yes it is. I had to baffle it with bio media mesh bag and even then it is too strong for my short finned female. I have a sponge filter setup on the way to replace the current filter.
    Answered by: BettyLawlz
    Date published: 2019-02-14

    Has anyone else struggled with the pump being incredibly noisy? It is very disruptive and I’m considering returning the tank for a new one. It’s pretty obnoxious and I’ve had it less than a month. 

    Asked by: Leo815
    You may need to prime the pump in the filter by pouring water directly into the pump area on top.
    Answered by: Evil Asch
    Date published: 2018-12-30

    How do you adjust the flow of water. I have a betta and thought this tank had that feature so my betta will be happy. The water flow is too much.

    Asked by: L6881
    Add sponge material to the filter intake this will reduce the water uptake and flow.
    Answered by: Evil Asch
    Date published: 2018-12-05

    how do you plug in the led light? mine doesnt have an outlet plug in.

    Asked by: xoee
    There should be a separate cord with a flip switch in a small cardboard box that plugs into the light cord.
    Answered by: KitKat79
    Date published: 2018-11-24

    Is the LED light water proof or resistant? I just go this tank and the light underneath is getting wet and dropping from condensation. If it isn't there is design flaw in the tank and I'll need to take other precautions.

    Asked by: Animedays
    I'm not sure but my lights still working. The lights in my tank are totally submerged in water.
    Answered by: Benbn
    Date published: 2019-04-20

    Does this tank need to be plugged into an outlet?

    Asked by: jannadanae
    Yes. The combination pump and lights would chew through batteries in a hurry.
    Answered by: Socr
    Date published: 2018-05-18

    Can a buy a replacement filter pump for this aquarium?

    Asked by: Ilse
    I did not like the filtration. Bought a small exterior Tetra pump that was excellent. My betta came to this tank from a six gallon rectangular tank.  I got this tall tank for him so he would experience how to dive. He loved it. He seemed to measure the height of the tank by going from bottom to top with his nose pressed to the wall. After a few days exercise that seemed to make him tired I moved him to his regular home. My betta likes the filtration in his home tank. He swims back and forth through the bubbles. He was not interested in the waterfall that has no bubbles. The waterfall tank needs a screen for bettas.  
    Answered by: Bettafan again
    Date published: 2018-11-24
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