Betta fish tanks come in so many different shapes, sizes and brands it can be hard to know which is best. Do you need a small (but not too small) tank, something plastic, glass or a tank that is just AWESOME?
You’ll see that Awesome Betta tank later on:
So I decided to do some research and list out as many cool Betta tanks that I could find. And if you’re thinking of bringing a Betta fish into your life? Or, you’ve been keeping a Betta in a vase or fishbowl and looking to make your fish happier by putting him in a bigger tank?
We’ve got some tanks for you. In the table below you’ll find our top 5 picks and below we’ll discuss all twelve in more detail.
New To Betta Fish? Check out our guide How To Care For a Betta Fish For Beginners for some great step by step tips.
Our Top 4 Betta Fish Tank Options
|Top||Marineland ML90609 Portrait Aquarium Kit, 5-Gallon w/ Hidden Filter||PrimeEligible||Buy On Amazon|
|Hagen HG Fluval Flex Aquarium 57L, 15gal, Black||PrimeEligible||Buy On Amazon|
|Marina LED Aquarium Kit, 10 Gallon||PrimeEligible||Buy On Amazon|
|Fluval Edge Aquarium Kit, 12 Gallons, Black||No Prime Logo||Buy On Amazon|
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Many misinformed Betta owners and pet store employees will tell you that Bettas can be kept in small fishbowls and require very little maintenance.
While they aren’t difficult to care for, there are some things you need to think about when creating the perfect home for your Betta and caring for him throughout his life.
First and foremost is the tank that you get him. Betta’s generally shouldn’t be kept in tanks smaller than 2.5 gallons (though a little smaller is okay if you’re willing to do some additional maintenance). 5 gallons is even better.