Fish Tank Toilet

fish-tank-toilet-072806.jpegNow you can enjoy watching your fish while you're in the bathroom! Aqua One Technologies has developed a fully functional fish tank toilet. The Fish n' Flush fish toilet has a three piece aquarium tank that holds a little over 2 gallons of water for your fish.

Don't worry. The toilet system is seperate from the fish tank. You won't have to agonize about adding a little extra ammonia into the fish tank every time you pay your friends a visit.

The toilet tank aquarium kit includes,

  • Dual Filter System With Pump
  • LED Light System
  • 2-Nine inch Artificial Plants
  • Basic Aquarium Guide
  • Flushing System

The fish tank toilet sells for $450, and can house both saltwater and freshwater fish. The tank is acrylic. You supply the fish, food, and

Your aquarium loving friends will be envious when they sit on this aquatic throne during their next visit.

Pull the handle of the fish toilet and watch the fish have fun!

Fish Tank Supply | Fish Tank Supply Bucket

An essential supply for a fish tank keeper is a bucket. The bucket should only be used forfish-tank-supply-072606a.jpg your fish. That means don't go mopping your floors and using your fish bucket to keep the water in.

It's nice to have a fish bucket in your arsenal of fish tank supplies. It can be used to hold your other tank supplies, transport fish, acclimate them, and use it to add water to your aquarium.

I recently used this handy supply to acclimate my new Crowntail Betta. He needed to get used to the water before putting him in his fish tank and installing it.

A fish supply bucket should be in every serious fish keepers supply list.

Never ever use your fish supply bucket for anything else than your fish tank maintenance. Ever. Ok, I've probably made that clear. Obviously you will be setting up, or have set up an environment for your fish that is stable. You don't want to kill them by introducing something foreign they might not like. Like detergent!

fish-tank-supply-072606b.jpgI've marked the outside of my bucket, FISH ONLY. I'd advise doing the same, and storing it with your other fish tank supplies.