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Please Note: We only deliver pond plants on our own delivery vehicles!
The highlighted area on the map below is where we deliver on our own vehicle! Unfortunately, if you are not in one of these postcode zones we are unable to deliver certain items such as plants, small glass items and selective other products.
We offer a few different delivery options depending on the size and value of your order.
Orders over £50 qualify for free mainland UK delivery which will arrive within 3-5 working days of the order being processed.
Orders Below £50 in Mainland UK will be charged a standard delivery fee of £5.99.
Additional Shipping Charges
For any orders that do not include Aquariums, the below is charged:
Next Working Day Parcel Delivery to Mainland UK - £7.99 OR £2.99 if the order is over £50
Standard Parcel Delivery to Northern Ireland £8.99
Standard Parcel Delivery to Scottish Highlands & Islands £9.99
Standard Parcel Delivery to Jersey & Guernsey £12.99
For all Aquarium deliveries (Excluding biOrbs & Smaller Aquariums), the below is charged:
Next Working Day Pallet Delivery - £20
2 Hour Booking Slot Pallet Delivery - £20
Pallet Delivery to Northern Ireland - £38
Pallet Delivery to Isle of Wight (PO36 and Above) and Scottish Highlands (AB, PH, IV1-36, IV63, KW1-14, KY, PA21-41) - £38
Pallet Delivery to Southern Ireland - £48
Pallet Delivery to Offshore postcodes (KA27-28, PA20, PA42-49, PA60-90, ZE, JE, GY. IM) - £70
Pallet Delivery to the Scottish Isles (IV40-56, KW15-17) - £90
Pallet Delivery to Outer Hebrides (HS) - £120
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|Gross Weight||121 g g|
|Net Weight||104 g g|
|Packaging Dimensions (L X H X W)||8/540/250 mm|
|For Animal Species||Terrapins, Tropical Terrapins, Turtles, Tetras, Barbels, Danionins, Livebearers, Cichlids - Small “Predators”, Cichlids - Algae Eaters, Cichlids - Large “Predators”, Labyrinth Fish, Goldfish, Veiltails, Catfish, Loaches, Blowfish, Spiny eels & Reedfish, Butterflyfish & Panchaxes, Killifish & Rainbowfish, Juvenile Fish, Silver arowana, Axolotl, Shrimps and dwarf crayfish, Discus fish, Marine fish, Corals, Crustaceans, Guppy, fighting fish, Flowerhorn cichlids, shrimps, cichlids: angelfish, discus, snails, molluscs, green water dragons, Axolotl (cool waters), newts (cool waters)|
|For Animal Size||For all animal sizes|
|Animal Age Group||All aquarium fish|
|Volume Habitat||For all aquariums|
|Material||synthetic fibre / metal / plastic (PP)|
|Colour||black / blue|
An aquarium net is a tool that is used to capture and remove fish or other aquatic life from a fish tank. It is typically used for a variety of tasks, such as catching and transferring fish from one tank to another, catching and removing sick or injured fish for treatment, or catching and removing unwanted aquatic life, such as algae or snails.
An aquarium net is typically made of a fine-mesh material, such as nylon or plastic, that allows water to pass through it while trapping the fish or other aquatic life inside. The net is attached to a handle, which allows the user to easily reach into the tank and scoop out the fish or other aquatic life.
It's important to use an aquarium net carefully to avoid stressing or injuring the fish or other aquatic life being caught. It's also important to make sure that the net is the appropriate size for the type of fish or aquatic life being caught, as a net that is too small may cause the fish or other aquatic life to become stressed or injured, while a net that is too large may allow the fish or other aquatic life to escape.