Best 50 Gallon Fish Tank in 2021
SeaClear 50 gal Acrylic Aquarium Combo Set, 36 by 15 by 20", Black
Tetra 55 Gallon Aquarium Kit with Fish Tank, Fish Net, Fish Food, Filter, Heater and Water Conditioners
- LARGE ENVIRONMENT: Larger environments can house more fish or a greater variety of fish. Maintains water temperature. Essential for tropical fishkeeping
- KIT INCLUDES: one 55 gallon tank, EasyBalance Plus, TetraMin, AquaSafe, 6” fish net, 200W heater, WPF 60 Filter, Stick on digital thermometer, 24” Tetra hinged hood x 2, 2 plant multipacks and a boxwood plant, TetraCare brochure and instruction sheet.
- LED LIGHTING: Included lighting adds the natural daylight effect to your aquarium, giving you illuminated viewing of the entire space.
- WEIGHT: This aquarium tank weighs approximately 79 lb by itself. With water, total tank weight can reach 521 lb.
- COMPLETE YOUR COMBO WITH THE MAJESTY STAND: The Perfecto Majesty Stand (ASIN: B00BUFU77U) properly supports the weight of this tank, while also providing storage for supplies.
Tetra Aquatic Turtle Deluxe Kit 20 Gallons, aquarium With Filter And Heating Lamps, 30 IN (NV33230)
- COMPLETE aquarium KIT: 20-gallon tank is ideal for aquatic turtles, and this kit includes all the essentials needed for success, including a decorative filter with cartridges, basking platform, heating lamp, boxwood plant mat and screen top.
- INCLUDES WATER FILTER: Decorative ReptoFilter instantly creates a beautiful waterfall while keeping water clean with 3-stage filtration.
- HEATING: Dome lamps are incorporated into the screen top for warmth and prime basking.
- CONVENIENT: Includes Tetra food and water care product samples – everything you need to get started.
- DIMENSIONS: aquarium measures 30 inches wide x 12 inches deep x 12 inches tall.
- Age Range Description: All Life Stages
OCEANIC SYSTEMS INC. All Glass Aquarium AAG10021 Tank, 20l
- The All-Glass standard size aquarium is made with care to assure that it can stand up to almost any application
- These aquariums come in a wide range of sizes as well as Black and Oak trim styles
- Large aquariums feature one-piece center-braced frames that eliminate glass Bowing
Aquatic Fundamentals AMZ-102551 Aquarium Stand 55 Gallon Black
- Moisture-resistant Aquarium furniture with powder coated finish
- State-of-the-art Aquarium Furniture with Classic Scroll Design and Powder Coated Finish
- Classic scroll design
- Stand Dimensions: 48.3"L x 27.8"H x 12.5" W
- Tank sold separately
Aqueon Aquarium Fish Tank Kit, 20 gallon, Black (100530578)
- Low profile full hood contains vibrant cool white LED lighting to bring your aquatic environment to life
- QuietFlow 10 LED PRO power filter has a red LED light that flashes to indicate when it’s time to change the cartridge – no more guessing!
- Preset heater will keep your aquarium temperature at a constant 78 degrees, appropriate for most tropical fish
- Complete setup guide included
- Complete aquarium kit includes: 20 gallon glass aquarium, low profile LED full hood, QuietFlow 10 LED PRO power filter with medium cartridge, 100W preset heater, premium fish food, water conditioner, fish net, stick-on thermometer
Ameriwood Home Harbor 50 - 75 Gallon Aquarium Stand, Rustic Oak
- Proudly display your fish on the Ollie & Hutch Harbor 50 - 75 Gallon Aquarium Stand
- Made of laminated particleboard and MDF, the medium brown woodgrain finish pairs well with the brushed nickel door handles
- The 2 open shelves, 1 adjustable, keep fish food and nets within reach. Behind each of the 2 doors are 1 adjustable and 1 fixed shelf for water treatments and tank cleaning supplies. Aquarium is not included
- Finish your room with other items from Ollie & Hutch (sold separately)
- The Stand ships flat to your door and 2 adults are recommended to assemble. The Stand can hold up to 75 gallon aquariums or 900 lbs. Each shelf will hold 40 lbs. Assembled dimensions: 30. 31”H x 50”W x 19. 61”D
Orlushy Submersible Aquarium Heater 150W for Marine Reef Fish Tank Sump
- ★150W aquarium heater is suitable for 30 to 50 gallons aquariums,Length - 9.5",voltage 110-120V, power cord is 6ft, please choose the right wattage aquarium heater according to our size chart.
- ★It shows an area to adjust the temperature. It's not exactly accurate but it turns easy and can be adjusted at small intervals.
- ★Explosion Proof: 2mm thickened quartz glass,can be used in fresh water and salt water aquariums,easy to hide in the tank.
- ★Precise temperature dial from 68 to 89°F allows for complete control of aquatic climate within a 1-degree difference.
- ★Adjustable Aquarium Fish Tank Water Heater Sensitive and reliable thermostat maintains uniform temperature. Automatic shut off when the temperature is reached
- The AquaSprouts Garden is a self-sustaining aquarium & aquaponics kit for the home, office or school
- Fish fertilize the plants. Plants clean the water for the fish. Fits any standard 10-gallon aquarium
- Grow a variety of veggies, herbs, greens and decorative plants all year long
- Perfect tool to explore how our natural environment works. Specialized teacher curricula available
- This updated model includes adjustable drain extenders to quiet water flow
Uniclife 200 W Submersible Aquarium Heater HT-6200 with Thermometer for 50 Gallon Fish Tank
- HT-6200 submersible aquarium heater is perfect for 25-50 gallons fish tank, suitable for both fresh and saltwater.
- Visible temperature display allows you to accurately maintain the temperature. A red rotary knob on top to adjust temperatures that range from 68°F to 93°F.
- Water-tight sealing IP68 design. 3 strong suckers tightly fix the heater to the tank vertically or horizontally, the red indicator light on while working.
- Shatterproof 2 mm extra thick quartz glass prevents electricity leakage, scald-preventing for your pets and your safety. Measures 11.2" x 1" (L x D)
- An extra stick-on thermometer to detect 64°F - 93°F water temp at any time. Using color indication, temperature that the thermometer reads will change from white to blue color.
Catching Mr. Smith
What do you do with a leaking fish tank whose lone occupant is an eight inch long algae eater?
We bought the tank for our elder daughter in the 1990s. It was her Christmas present, something she really wanted that year. She spent quite some time choosing the fish to go in it, reading about proper tank maintenance, etc.
Over the years, the fish population changed. In 2020, there were only two; a beta and an algae eater named Mr. Smith. Mr. Smith was around five inches long at this point. That was something of a surprise, as we weren't told they'd grow that large when we bought him.
When our younger daughter left home, tank care became my responsibility. This wasn't easy to juggle along with everything else, but we muddled along until August of this year. I was down at my mother-in-laws house and got a call that the tank had sprung a leak.
My husband stopped the leak, but we knew it was a temporary fix. We needed to do something with Mr. Smith, because the leak would definitely come back. But, by now he was over eight inches long. He was bigger than the biggest net at the fish store. Plus, we knew by now that he was an incredibly fast swimmer.
We found a home for him at a local fish store. The store has a good reputation, so we have hope that he'll find a good home. The only problem was how do you get an eight inch algae eater from the tank in our house to the new tank at the store?
It wasn't easy. In fact, it took forty-five minutes. First, we bailed out water into his "travel bag," as instructed. Then we bailed out more water so he'd have less space to swim.
He was not amused, and started flitting around the bottom of the tank, stirring it up. Finally it came time to employ the net. I have *never* seen a fish do a barrel roll. By the time we got him into the net and sort of into the bag, we thought we'd killed him.
I put the net, fish and all into the bag, then carefully disengaged his fins from the net, where they'd become stuck. I was feeling sad, because I really did think he was dead.
Once free of the net, however, he started moving. Not much, but enough. I called my husband and we rushed him to the fish store. I told the owner that we thought he was still alive, but he needed stress coat (a liquid that helps soothe fish in shock and for other fish needs) right away. Obligingly, she checked him, dumped some in and told us he was fine.
When we left, Mr. Smith had moved himself into a corner of the new tank, and I promise I think he was sulking. Not even a catfish that swam over him moved him. However, he was very alive…and just fine.