Fish are delightful to look at; the way they glide through the water with their beautiful colours, shapes and sizes can soothe even the most anxious mind. Introduce some plants, lighting and whimsical decor, and you’re bound to have a show-stopper that will appeal to your family, friends, and customers. Check out our favourite picks for the best aquariums available online.
This tank’s dimensions are length: 40 cm, width: 25 cm and height: 25 cm. It weighs about 3.6Kg. This product is ideal for home or office use.
This 25L rectangular aquarium comprises float Guardian glass, 3mm thick. It has double silicone joints and safety edges. It includes a free aquarium mat for extra protection (other accessories sold separately). This tank is versatile and can multi-function as a terrarium or paludarium. It has a black silicon seal for leak prevention.
This item is 24.13 x 25.4 x 25.4 cm (L x W x H) and weighs 3.63Kg. The product is beautiful and easy to maintain, making it suitable for home or office use.
This 13.6L rectangular aquarium kit comprises glass with rounded corners. It has an adjustable flow filter pump and features Marineland three-stage hidden filtration with a Rite-SizeTM Z Cartridge and Marineland Bio-Foam (included). Its canopy comprises clear sliding glass. It features a hinged LED rail light. The LED lights have a three-way switch that toggles between white and blue, off, and blue-only settings.
This fish tank can sustain cold, temperate, or tropical environments. You can install a heater (sold separately) to support tropical fish.
The cylindrical plastic fish tank features almost 360° views. It has an integrated filtration system and comes with two filter cartridges. The pump circulates water at a steady rate of 150L per hour. This tank has blue, green, red and white remote-controlled LED lights. Its cover and the unit housing the pump, filter, and LED lights are removable for easy maintenance.
This tank measures 52 x 29.5 x 19cm (L x W x H) and weighs about 5Kg. It requires a power source and is for indoor use only.
This 19L nano fish tank features etched glass with aluminium trim. It has a built-in mechanical, chemical and biological filtration system. This item also includes activated carbon, foam block and BioMax bio rings. The rectangular tank features an overhanging lighting system that arches above the aquarium with 37 LEDs. The pump and filtration system are in a separate chamber at one end of the aquarium to simplify maintenance.
This fish tank is for indoor use only, with clean water not exceeding 35°C. The tank is roughly 62 x 33 x 37cm (L x W x H), has a capacity of 54L, and weighs 8.16Kg.
This rectangular aquarium has 6mm thick glass and makes an excellent starter set. It has a plastic lid with an easy-opening feeding flap and LED lighting. It comes with two Tetra EasyCrystal filter replacement cartridges, one container of TetraMin staple food, and one Tetra AquaSafe water conditioner. This tank is ideal for tropical fish and has a 75W heater set to 25° Celsius.
Establishing a balanced habitat for your fish can feel daunting. Before taking the plunge and investing in an aquarium, you’ll need to consider some essential factors.
A: Nano aquariums are small aquariums used for housing smaller-sized organisms. These include small plant species, smaller breeds of fish, like Zebra Danios or designer fish bred for their miniature size, such as Panda Guppies. Nano aquariums are less than 35L, and their small size is perfect for anyone who wants an aquarium but has limited space. Nano aquariums are more affordable than their bigger counterparts. They require fewer materials and take a short time to set up. They are also not as labour intensive as there is less maintenance. Nano aquariums are ideal starter tanks for beginners.
A: Aquariums house living marine or freshwater plants and/or animals. Aquariums can have glass or acrylic walls with waterproof silicone seals to hold large quantities of water. Terrariums comprise glass or plastic walls. They house living plants and/or small land animals, including rodents, reptiles, arachnids, worms and insects. Some tanks can handle a combination of these environments. They comprise both aquatic and terrestrial features. Paludariums, from ‘palus’, the Latin word for swamp, are perfect for those who wish to have a large diversity of water and terrestrial life in the same enclosure. They can house amphibians, reptiles, insects or even birds.