Fluval View Aquarium, 4-Gallon

January 30, 2015 - Comment

The Fluvial View Aquarium is a 4 gallon aquarium with a unique oval shape that allows a clear and unobstructed view of your Aqua scape. It comes complete with integrated LED lighting, pump and filter, creating an amazingly healthy aquatic environment with a brilliant view. A powerful LED lighting system includes 3 positions: On/Off switch,

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The Fluvial View Aquarium is a 4 gallon aquarium with a unique oval shape that allows a clear and unobstructed view of your Aqua scape. It comes complete with integrated LED lighting, pump and filter, creating an amazingly healthy aquatic environment with a brilliant view. A powerful LED lighting system includes 3 positions: On/Off switch, Bright Daytime and Deep Blue Night-time. The aquarium can be set up as a cold, temperate or tropical environment.

Product Features

  • 4 gallon plastic aquarium with removable cover
  • LED lighting includes 10 white and 1 blue bulb
  • Equipped with a low voltage power supply
  • Includes an integrated pump, filter and LED lighting
  • Measures 15 1/4″H x 9″D x 17 1/4″ W
  • 4 gallon plastic aquarium with removable cover
  • LED lighting includes 10 white and 1 blue bulb
  • Equipped with a low voltage power supply
  • Includes an integrated pump, filter and LED lighting
  • Measures 15 1/4″H x 9″D x 17 1/4″ W

Comments

Ludious says:

Fluval View – a great tank for anyone

Jeremy C says:

It’s like dating your Ex Girlfriends hotter sister.

Enso says:

Excellent value This is a great tank for a small number of fish — aethetically beautiful, easy to maintain so far, and very quiet. Set-up is easy. Just be careful when adding the gravel substrate because all acrylic tanks scratch easily. You’ll need to purchase a small, compact heater (15 to 25 watts) to fit in the filter compartment, and add water conditioner and a liquid cycling agent if you want to add fish at the time of set up. A small sample of Nutrafin Cycle was included with the aquarium and worked well. Bettas don’t like currents and the two small water returns in this tank do produce minimal vertical currents, but my betta figured out pretty quickly how to manage around those. Three weeks post-set-up, he seems very happy with his new space.

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