As Seen On TV: The Amazing Tank No Clean Aquarium Commercial


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    The Product: The Amazing Tank

    The Promise: “The Aquarium That Cleans Itself!”

    The Price: 1 AMAZING TANK™ Aquarium with FREE White LED Light and Riverbed Stones for just $19.99 and $6.99 processing and handling. (A grand Total of $26.98)



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Shane’s Amazing Tank Review


When I was a kid, I tried my hand at owning many different pets. And for a brief period of time, that included owning fish. Feeding the fish was fun, but when it came time to clean out all of that icky fish poo water, I would run the other direction!

Too bad for me that they hadn’t invented the Amazing Tank back then! The Amazing Tank is a small desktop aquarium that features a special water spout that flushes out all the old, dirty fish water just by pouring in fresh water into the tank!

How does this work? Well the As Seen On TV commercial calls it “gravity clean technology”, but I like to call it science. Either way, kids and adults alike are amazed when they see how easy it is to clean a fish tank when it’s an Amazing Tank!

When you order the Amazing Tank, you get a few choices. You can go with the basic offer of 1 Amazing Tank, white LED light and river stones for $19.99 + $6.99, for a grand total of $26.98. Or you can get the deluxe offer which includes everything from the 1st offer plus 1 aquatic plant, 6 glow-in-the-dark stones, and 1 red LED light and 1 blue LED light for just $6.99 additional processing and handling. (A grand total of $33.97)

All in all, I really like the Amazing Tank and hope that it fares better then it’s predecessor the Hydraqurium. So if you are in the market for a small fish aquarium that your family will want to clean, be sure to do yourself a favor and click that big yellow box below to buy YOUR Amazing Tank today!



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60 comments

  1. Bugaloosfan

    Tanks too small and the only thing i would keep in that is some flowers

  2. Matthew Grantham

    Look at those fake smiles

  3. No one is this fascinated by a goddamn fish.

  4. Carlos Vichareli

    Who where goggles to clean a tank

  5. That’s the most annoying voice I’ve ever heard.

  6. J.P. Hardy

    They paid some guy to go lay down this track. I’d like to meet this cat.

  7. coffeekiss kaTai

    My coffee cup is bigger than your fish tank

  8. Jake Alexander Murray

    This is in no way big enough for even a tiny fish…

  9. Betta fish are the only kind I would ever keep in a tank like this (and frankly this is far to small for a beta to live a happy, healthy life.) Goldfish are super messy and should be in a larger (20+ gallons,) filtered tank. Also, the whole “fish only grow as big as the tank their in” theory is totally wrong.Some individual fish are robust enough to survive cramped conditions but their growth and health suffer as a result and they become stunted. This has given the impression that they have ‘grown to the size of their tank’. ‘Stunted’ means that a fish has not grown at the right speed, and to the right size, for its species, which results in internal organ deformities and typically premature death. Yes, a goldfish will only grow as big as the tank size allows, then they’ll get stunted and die. People think if their goldfish lives for a couple years, they’ve had a long life. Not true! And they probably died because of poor tank conditions (too dirty, too clean, too small etc.) Healthy goldfish can live upwards of 20 years.A couple of hints:- Those crazy, weird, round, wobbly looking goldfish (like the ones with giant eye-sacks) are actually semi-manmade (selective breeding) genetic mutations of wild, natural goldfish (such as comets.) This means they are prone to having deformities, health issues (swim bladder) and usually die pretty quickly, unless they are kept in pristine conditions. Yes, some are more robust than others, but my experience is that most amateur fish keepers struggle to keep them alive. So save your kids some heartache and get a betta. They are much more robust, can live in a small tank without being stunted and are generally easier to care for. – If you want a more lively betta, there are a couple of things you can try. First, you can warm up his water a little with a small tank heater. They are much more active and “entertaining” in warmer water (between 75-80 degrees). Pet stores typically sell small heaters with the beta supplies or with the other aquarium heaters. Just be sure to check the minimum tank size requirements, or you’ll boil your betta!Second, try a larger tank or bowl. The larger the tank, the less work it takes to maintain it!! I use a 5.5 gallon glass tank with a small heater and a tiny filter. This means my betta is much more active and, best of all, he’s very little work! I just top off the tank as water evaporates, and do a water & filter change only once every 3-6 months. My betta is happy and blows bubble nests and lives a long time. Just make sure not to over-feed or the food will create more waste buildup and raise the ammonia levels to a deadly level.- Keep your tank even cleaner with a couple of algae eating shrimp and/or bottom feeding shrimp. My little guys eat the excess betta food and everyone stays clean and happy. (I only suggest this if you have a filter on your tank, and if your tank is at least 3 gallons.)-If you are buying a water conditioner for your bowl/tank, don’t buy the ones they sell with the betta supplies. They are less concentrated than the regular conditioners but are priced higher in comparison. You can just buy the standard stuff and only use a few drops. It will last much longer and cost you less.

  10. amanda fjordell

    Way to go, advertising animal cruelty

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