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0.4 x 4.2 x 13 inches ; 1.6 ounces
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9.8
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Buyer's Reviews 800

This is my child's bath time toy! Work great skimming heavy toys & snack fragments fall in and snacks ha.

0.64 ounces
9.6
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Buyer's Reviews 128

I really like this little net. Let it leave very small pieces from the surface of my pool skimmer to help keep the pool skimmer socks clean. Great! Suppose it also has a mild, very soft mesh with small tropical fish.

0.5 x 3.5 x 2.5 inches ; 0.8 ounces
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8.9
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Buyer's Reviews 738

This is a deeper fine net than an ordinary fishing net, and it is very suitable for catching Mr. Yu who lives in 2.5gal. Octagonal tanks. The fine mesh is best suited to keep his beautiful long feather fins intact without causing him any damage. Mr. Wiggles loves it and says if you want to buy one for your Mr. W, do it! You won't regret it! Perch

Buyer's Reviews 160

I don't know why, but my stupid fish and shrimp * like to get into this net. Sometimes, when I try to dig out a single, other people jump in, I have to try to get them out, not lose the one I want. A few times I was lucky, just put the net next to the shrimp I wanted to catch, and they climbed in. The telescopic handle works well and extends farther than you think, based on the size of the fold. The wire in the net is a little soft, though. I had to bend it back into shape a few times. I'm sure it will break eventually, but so far it's been good. I have a somewhat busy water tank with a few plants and pieces of driftwood, sometimes not even a shrimp. For this reason, I would like to have a version of this with a much smaller network (but the same processing), but other than that, it works really well for me.

0.3 x 3.1 x 12.5 inches ; 0.48 ounces
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8.7
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Buyer's Reviews 65

This is a good little fishnet. The part of the net is very small, so it is most suitable for smaller fish (Beta fish, goldfish, peacock fish, etc.). It is strong because of its size and does what it is supposed to do. This also helps to reduce items / plants / decorations to your tank and keep your hands away from the water, which will reduce the risk of pollution.

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Far Edge Aquatics
72 x 48 inches ; 3.04 ounces
8.4
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Buyer's Reviews 112

It is necessary for anyone to have a fish tank without a lid. I use this mesh with the Home Depot window screen kit, it can be cut to size, and this mesh is amazing! It lets all the light in and does a good job of protecting the fish from jumping out. Very strong. When I was building the screen, I pulled too much, which made the frame a little arched, so it was absolutely solid. Highly recommended.

Buyer's Reviews 93

I really like this net, but there's a problem. When I first used it, I was shocked and the neck fell out of the handle. I didn't realize this could happen, because the net was assembled, so be careful when using it. The only way I can think of to lock it safely in place is to use aquarium cement, but I haven't done that yet.

5 x 9 x 6 inches
7.5
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Buyer's Reviews 23

I bought a gimmick of size rather than color, which is ideal for a variety of water uses, including moving a 7-inch pleco.

Buyer's Reviews 36

These nets are convenient to separate shrimp from brine. Really no other net has such a good sieve for you to do so. You may be able to use another tool to do this, but this tool is very convenient and simple (and necessary). You can save a few dollars to get these networks from other sources, but this one is sent to me in a very short time.

Buyer's Reviews 13

I found this to be the cheapest on this site. After ordering, I have no problem with any of the ones I ordered. These are great skating aquariums because of its size. I highly recommend this net to any nano-fish, shrimp, or aquarium owner.

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