4 Gallon Evolve Aquarium Bowl kit

17101 Features: -Desktop.-Easy and quick setup.-Features an integrated quiet flow power filter, wet / dry biological filtration, and an adjustable led light.-All cords are concealed behind the back overflow wall.-Made in USA. Dimensions: -Overall dimensions: 12″ H x 10.75″ W x 10.75″ D.-Weight: 5.75 lbs. Collection: -Evolve collection. Product Features Easy and quick setup Features

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17101 Features: -Desktop.-Easy and quick setup.-Features an integrated quiet flow power filter, wet / dry biological filtration, and an adjustable led light.-All cords are concealed behind the back overflow wall.-Made in USA. Dimensions: -Overall dimensions: 12″ H x 10.75″ W x 10.75″ D.-Weight: 5.75 lbs. Collection: -Evolve collection.

Product Features

  • Easy and quick setup
  • Features an integrated quietflow power filter, wet/dry biological filtration, and an adjustable led light
  • All cords are concealed behind the back overflow wall

Comments

Vaughn Bullock says:

Great Nano Tank With Minor Drawbacks I would first like to say that I have been keeping fish of all sorts for approximately eight years. I am knowledgeable in their habitats, housing requirements, and the sorts.Despite other reviews I have seen for this product, it is actually not that bad. Especially for those that either have limited space or are just looking for that “Nano” aquarium.Some may be skeptical about the lighting for this aquarium as well. As some may know, plants and live corals rely on a sufficient amount of light and light spectrums in order to properly live and grow. And even though LEDs are bright, expensive, and produce nice effects, not all are well suited for the job needed. I can assure you however, that the LEDs included for this kit are intense enough to allow my two live corals (whisker coral and candy cane coral) to continue to do very well. The only main issue, which other have indeed pointed out is the water flow rate coming from the output nozzle. There are two things you…

Mr. E says:

Nearly Silent, Perfect Desk Tank What can I say, I am a fish addict? I originally had a little 2.5 gallon tank I picked up for $13 new on my desk at work, but it was so small it was difficult to put any filtration into let alone a decent heater.The nice thing about this little tank is that it has the filter built in and it is SILENT. The only time it ever makes any noise is if a bubble or piece of sand finds its way into the filter. If you turn it on and it makes noise, you just need to rotate the pump a little bit so it isn’t rubbing against the side.The water flow IS a little bit strong, but that can be VERY easily fixed by placing the pump on the lowest setting and putting a small $0.99 filter bag over the outlet. With the filter bag, I can easily keep a little dwarf puffer without much fuss. If you decide to keep a salt water tank (not recommended, but possible) the high flow can be a very good thing.The light is decent and attractive to look at. I have some chain swords…

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