Square Portal Feeding Ring
Square Portal Feeding Ring
Square Portal Feeding Ring
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Square Portal Feeding Ring

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Fish Portals
Regular price
$8.99
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$8.99
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About this Portal:

-Square shape

-Portal allows easy access for feeding fish, light for plants, and aesthetic touch to an aquarium

-Easy to use: gently place the Portal in the aquarium and scoop out the duckweed

-Will float on the surface of the water

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Dimensions: 3 x 3 inches

Weight: 0.2 ounces

Shape: Square

Color: White

Made in: OR, USA 

Customer Reviews

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Brandon Valdez
Square

The portals are great. I was hoping they would be a little bigger but they are great.

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ernesto padilla
Good quality

Bigger sizes would be awesome 😭 ~2x bigger than current size 🤔

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Michelle Watt

Square Portal Feeding Ring

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Anya A.
Really Nifty Idea!

I bought three of these for my 10-gallon betta tank and my 20-gallon community tank. These are excellent to use if you have duckweed growing in your tanks! Ordinarily, I scoop out duckweed and/or use my fingers to create feeding/breathing spaces for my bettas. Well not anymore with the portals! Now I can leave the portals in place, which encourages exploration and interactive interaction among my bettas and other fish. And, of course, it makes feeding 1000x easier. :)

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darby
perfect:)

i’ve been thinking about getting a fish feeding ring for my 5.5g for ages, but they take up so much space in that small of a tank. this is the perfect size! my snails love hanging out on it, and my fish always know where their next meal is gonna be:) i’m thinking of getting another to float around my sponge filter airline; might be a good way to keep floating plants away from the strong current, i think. right now i have some airline tube on suction cups and that works fine, but it doesn’t move with the water level when there’s evaporation. what i’m trying to say is, this is multi-use