Okay, so, I'm getting really tempted to pick one of these "LED
bubble bars" or wands up because they just look so darn cool, to replace the two regular Petco 18" bars I have in the tank now...I just don't know much about these things; if you read some "user reviews" on Amazon, some will say they nearly fried their fish because of "voltage accidents" when these light bars when into the tank, or they warn against possible electricution...
Then, there are reviews of, say, Petsmart's Top Fin LED
bubble wands that get HORRIBLE reviews; check some of these out:
Top Fin® LED Bubble Wand - Lighting & Hoods - Fish - PetSmart
Here are some of the other ones I am considering, though the Marineland variants seem WAY out of budget right now:
Amazon.com: Pet Supplies
The thing is, I am uncertain of whether to go with one solid color, or one of the "changing multicolor" LEDs, and whether one of the ones that "change colors slowly" are better than the rapidly-switching ones; or if this even matters...
Then, there's the issue of how these essentially work -- does anyone with any experience with these LED
bubblers know if the lights stay on ALL the time the bubbles are going so long as the plug is plugged in...or can you turn on the lights when you want and still have the bubbles going with them off?
What is everyone's general sense or take on these LED
bubble products? Let's discuss!