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Old 07-08-2011, 04:05 AM   #81
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i always wanted my very own retro teleFISHion, like this

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Old 07-08-2011, 04:07 AM   #82
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I like the marbles! They still look sort of like gum balls. Your set up is coming along nicely!
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Old 07-08-2011, 04:09 AM   #83
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Awesome thread!

The huge betta you saw was probably a king betta. They seem to be increasing in popularity and I've seen them for sale at Petco recently.

I'm not sure if I missed it..how much water does this hold?
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stick heater behind the filter?
Yeah but it wont stick anywhere lol bc of the round bowl
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quick q what's that light on the top of the tank?
Lol just a flashlight for now so u could see what's going on
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i always wanted my very own retro teleFISHion, like this
That's very cool
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Old 07-08-2011, 04:22 AM   #87
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I like the marbles! They still look sort of like gum balls. Your set up is coming along nicely!
Thanks I thought they were cool plus some of those machines have bouncy balls an marbles... I'm cool with it
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Awesome thread!

The huge betta you saw was probably a king betta. They seem to be increasing in popularity and I've seen them for sale at Petco recently.

I'm not sure if I missed it..how much water does this hold?
Oh i just know I've never seen one so big lol! Um it's roughly four? I believe ... Hard to measure lol
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what would be sweet is if you can have a small sump filter inbuilt somehow, or maybe sit the gumball machine on a small box which houses the filters/heaters.

plumb it straight up the middle of the machine, silicone the pipe's into the bottom of the aquarium bowl so the whole thing is completely hidden from view

you get heater + improved filtration, and a totally clean look in the tank itself.
it doesnt need to be big, just a little 10L / 2gal tank hidden away in a small stand underneath.
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what would be sweet is if you can have a small sump filter inbuilt somehow, or maybe sit the gumball machine on a small box which houses the filters/heaters.

plumb it straight up the middle of the machine, silicone the pipe's into the bottom of the aquarium bowl so the whole thing is completely hidden from view

you get heater + improved filtration, and a totally clean look in the tank itself.
it doesnt need to be big, just a little 10L / 2gal tank hidden away in a small stand underneath.
That would be cool and would look a lot better
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