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Fascinations USB Desktop Aquarium

Anyone can put a pencil holder on a desk – why settle for that when you can have something infinitely cooler, like this USB-powered desktop aquarium. The ingenious design recirculates and aerates the water, while the integrated color changing LED lights provide a captivating display. But that’s just the beginning, since this caddy also features an adjustable overhead light, LCD calendar with time, day/date and weekly temperature function, along with a working alarm clock with snooze feature and countdown timer. It even provides soothing nature sounds if you’d like. It might be more productive than you are, but we’ll keep that our little secret. Tank includes under gravel filtration system, decorative gravel and a plastic fern. Operates through USB power connector. You’ll have to provide your own fish.

Product Features

  • The USB Desktop Aquarium holds approximately 1 1/2 quarts of water and is a great home for any small fish
  • The LCD alarm clock features time, date, temperature, snooze, countdown timer and 6 different modes of tranquil nature sounds for that zen moment anytime
  • Also includes an adjustable overhead LED light, USB power connector, decorative rocks and low voltage pump

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3 Comments

  1. E. Hones "EdMoney97" says:

    It’s alive! I read the first review and was put off but after having one for a month and loving every bit of it I have to tell everyone this tank is NOT big enough for Goldfish but it is PERFECT for Guppies and other small fish. When buying my fish it was easy enough to ask the man at the pet shop what would thrive in such a small habitat. I was given several fish that would work but this Guppy caught my eye, since then he’s been my desk buddy. He is happy as can be and I have no complaints. It adds life to my otherwise sterile lifeless desk.Bottom line: I love it! (don’t use goldfish dummy)

  2. Hoshi-tachi ":3" says:

    Good but not perfect. The first one I received had a leak at the base of the water spicket where the water goes back into the tank. It got water all in the accessory holder side and it leaked onto my desk. These things happen. The replacement works well enough but it has a flaw as well, but not worth me making a second return. The temperature gauge is wrong. It claims it is 81.5 degrees. I don’t know if it’s supposed to be outside temp or water temp, but either way that is impossible. It is 70 degrees in my house and there is no heater in the tank. It is out of the sunlight and the water is cool. I also expected the screen backlight to be on like in the picture, but it only comes on if you’re changing settings.The USB cord is ridiculously short. I needed an extension usb cable.This is a neat little tank, however. It is good for one small fish, like a guppy, tetra, or glofish. It is NOT good for a goldfish or a better. It is too small, plus goldfish are really dirty fish, especially for a tank without good filtration.

  3. Jennifer Smith "~Jynn" says:

    Nice with a little modification. This is a very nice looking little tank, I have had mine for about a month and it is still going strong. I have 2 ghost shrimp and a mystery snail housed in mine. I would not recommend putting anything much bigger in there. You might be able to get away with a couple small tetras or guppies tho.It is a very small tank, so do not expect to house a goldfish or beta humanely in this.(as the above ranter mentioned goldfish need way more space and are really dirty fish so need a powerful filter) Their is no actual filtration on this tank when it arrives , so my water began to get a bit cloudy after a week. I added a bit of activated charcoal and a biosponge underneath the plastic grate that holds the gravel off of the pump so that the water has to be pulled through that before it is pumped back to the top and my water has been crystal clear since. I also cut a small square of black plastic mesh to make a little lid for this so my critters could not escape, and to keep my cats from drinking the water.

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