Now this is just wrong...

ZeeZ

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It's not. That's pretty old, actually. The toilet water is separate from the tank water.
 

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It's not. That's pretty old, actually. The toilet water is separate from the tank water.
I agree this is real, but it is also a joke... why else would you install that then for the shock value when someone visits and wants to use your bathroom.
 

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I've seen this before on ebay. No thanks but I am sure someone buys it... lol

If it was not a working toilet than maybe as a decor thing ( if you're in to that kind of decor ) but personally, it just seem wrong....
 

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Just what the fish needs...more ammonia coming from last night's Enchilada Combo platter and this morning three egg omlet with broccoli.
 

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Also not a good idea. Using "products" for the toilet water will leech fumes into the fish tank and kill them. The bathroom is not a good place for fish since a lot of toxic cleaning products are used there.
 

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id have it in my living room but i would make it a WHOLE glass toilet have a little dirt in the bottom and floating plants everywhere and the toilet seat could be the cover
 

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id have it in my living room but i would make it a WHOLE glass toilet have a little dirt in the bottom and floating plants everywhere and the toilet seat could be the cover
Lol that could maybe prove problematic at parties having a loo in the living room
 

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The problem I find with this is the center part. I think it's too thin for fish. Shrimp would be fine (That's my answer to anything too small! ) but there's not enough swim space for anything else.
 

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Lol that could maybe prove problematic at parties having a loo in the living room
That would depend on the VARIETY of party

And yeah. I kinda agree here. It's a bit too creep-tastic for my liking.
Seperate tank, and chemicals aside..... I'd never want to flush it. I don't think I could do it.
Like..... especially at a 2:30am bathroom run, when you are 1/2 asleep. Talk about a fish keeper having nightmares.
 

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Says 2 units have been sold. I would not be able to have one. A good point above was about the chemicals in the bathroom - plus I could never flush it either.
 

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Never mind the chemicals what about traumatising the poor fish. I wouldn't be able to use it knowing I was being watched by innocent eyes
 

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anyone see the price? it is 200$ us. why would you spend 200 on that instead of buying an actual tank that you can set-up properly and to the fish needs?

edit: ninja
 
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