|Fish Type||Betta, Bottom Feeder, Cichlid...||Betta, Bottom Feeder, Cichlid...||Tropical Freshwater||Betta, Cichlid, Goldfish, Marine Fish, Tropical Freshwater|
|Aquarium Type||Saltwater, Freshwater||Saltwater, Freshwater||Freshwater||—|
So it's kinda flimsy and the netting is cheap but it worked. The suction cups aren't the best but all 6 DO go against the wall. The suction cups slide onto the pegs with holes on their stems and if you put the hair net on with the opening being next to instead of in between the pegs, it works
So the suction cups fall off and/or slide down the tank and then other fish get in and eat my babies. Also, I've had this thing for a week and I have lost 4 adult fish due to them getting stuck behind the net where the suction cups are..i used a chip clip to hold it in place until I the other one comes in..
Two stars because the size is bigger than other isolation tanks, and isn't completely useless. Upon assembly, I realized the product cannot be built as advertised. The pegs for the suction cups are on the outer faces of the main frame rather than the side edges, so there are only three suction cups facing a tank wall at a time instead of the 6. I had to make sure I wasn't making a huge oversight, but unfortunately this product doesn't work unless you fashion your own flotation device ( I read one user somewhere ties empty water bottles to the sides of this chamber to keep theirs afloat )