Recommendations & Reviews of the Best Aquarium, Fish Tank and Pond Supplies
Fish keeping, aquascaping, caring for fish and maintaining the health of aquarium inhabitants requires a good knowledge of their needs, and also many pieces of equipment, tools, water treatments, foods, medications and more.
If you’ve taken a look around your local fish shop or browsed through an online retailers offerings, you will have seen the bewildering number of options available for any given single piece of equipment.
In this section of the site, we take a close look at aquarium supplies, making recommendations on the best equipment for any given task, to suit all budgets and requirements.
Some of the things we take a look at are:
Tanks and aquariums, in all shapes and sizes.
Filters, lighting, substrate and air pumps.
Cleaning equipment and supplies.
Water treatment, testing kits, and chemical additives.
Plants and ornaments.
Recommended Fish Tanks and Aquarium Kits
First off, we take a look at some of the top fish tanks and aquarium kits on the market today.
Below you will find a collection of buying guides and recommendations for tanks of different sizes, or best suited to different species of fish, from tiny nano tanks, up to 55 gallon tanks, there should be something here for everyone.
Electricals – Filters, heaters, Pumps, Skimmers and More
Many items we need for our aquariums run on electricity, from heaters and filters, to air pumps and protein skimmers.
These items are some of the most expensive items you will purchase for your tanks, and your fishes life can literally depend on them doing the job they are designed for well.
So below, we have buying guides and recommendations for some essential pieces of electronic equipment for aquariums, starting with 6 of the most popular items, as determined by number of visits to the articles over the last months.
In here you will find product recommendations and guides for buying things such as thermometers, algae scrapers, CO2 delivery systems, sands and substrates…anything that doesn’t quite fit into the sub-categories above.