Lesypet 5pcs Glowing Effect Artificial Jellyfish for Aquarium Fish Tank decorate Blue/Green/Orange/Pink/Yellow

January 30, 2015 - Comment

5pcs Glowing Effect Artificial Jellyfish for Aquarium Fish Tank decorate Blue/Green/Orange/Pink/Yellow Product Features Incredibly detailed imitation floating jellyfish Glowing effect under actinic lighting Moves by Water Current in tank Attaches by thin invisible line and suction cup Harmless to All aquatic creature For both fresh and salt water Make of soft silicone Color:Blue, Green, Orange,

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5pcs Glowing Effect Artificial Jellyfish for Aquarium Fish Tank decorate Blue/Green/Orange/Pink/Yellow

Product Features

  • Incredibly detailed imitation floating jellyfish Glowing effect under actinic lighting
  • Moves by Water Current in tank Attaches by thin invisible line and suction cup
  • Harmless to All aquatic creature For both fresh and salt water Make of soft silicone
  • Color:Blue, Green, Orange, Pink, Yellow; Diameter: Approx. 5cm / 2 inch Full Length: Approx. 13cm / 5.1inch
  • Package included: 5 x Artificial Jellyfish

Comments

Kim Kieser says:

Fun, colorful accent for your tank! These are awesome accents in my 36g bowfront GloFish tank. I’ve had a few people see pictures of my tank and ask if they were real!Pros:- Look great, put in high flow areas for fun movements.- Made from super soft plastic, so it won’t hurt your fish.- Comes with adjustable length line so you can vary the height it floats at. Line is super small and clear so it’s not noticeable in the tank.- Lots of fun colors.Cons:- Gets dirty quickly if you don’t have a good mixture of snails, shrimp, and/or ottos in the tank to help keep them clean. Plecos are too large and heavy to clean them.- Soft plastic tears easily if you try to clean them by hand.- Fishing line thread is a pain to tie to the anchor point.

Vaz says:

Wish I could fit more!! WOW these are great, I would buy more if I had more room in the tank. I have my tank at work. I can’t tell you have many times my customers ask “how did you find colored jellyfish?” Then I tell them they are not real. That’s how real they look. The only thing I would advise is keep them far enough away from filter and that the tentacles are not near by. The flow of the water pushed mine a bit to close and one got snagged in the filter. I took apart the filter and removed a small piece of Tentacle. No harm done.

Shannyn says:

and I eventually removed them because they looked terrible. They only lasted about 2 weeks in their … The jellies are bright and as advertised. Yes, you have to follow the instructions to make sure they float correctly, and unfortunately, depending on how the currents flow in your tank, they can get flipped and uprighted, and fill with water and then you have to fix them again. We did not have issues with the filament tangling with other filiments or with fish. However, there are some issues with these due to the materials – they will eventually break down (at least in a salt water tank). Some of ours blackened over time and others end up flaking, and I eventually removed them because they looked terrible. They only lasted about 2 weeks in their best condition. I did get all five colors, as advertised.

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