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Old 07-24-2010, 01:06 PM   #1
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Gumball Machine Fish Tanks

Haha. This is funny.

Gumball Machine Fish Tanks.


Looking for a unique little fish tank?
By recycling a few old gumball machines that are no longer used, a few modifications can transform these sweet pieces of the past into amazing additons to your house.These can come in multiple colors and for an additional price, real LED lights can be added to the bottom to illuminate the tank. They lights use a 6 volt power supply, and I can use what ever plugs you want. I have mine use a USB plug so I can power it with my computer. This tank would be best suited for a betta fish or another small goldfish. The tank is estimated to hold about a gallon of water.
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that's pretty cool. i'm thinking the coolest would be one of those giant red gumball machines with the sphere top. the one in the ad looks like a water cooler
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This tank would be best suited for a betta fish or another small goldfish. The tank is estimated to hold about a gallon of water.
Epic Fail Bettas need a pretty good supply of air near the top at all times and its way to small for a goldfish. But it is really cool tho.
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Just stick a peace lilly in there and you'll be good to go..:censor:
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