Velda Floating Fish Sphere

3 reviews
Increase your interaction with your pond fish by installing Velda's Floating Fish Sphere - an amazing new product, it floats across the surface of your pond for your fish to feed from, magnifying them as they approach so you can get an amazing view of your pond stock.


  • Floating Fish Sphere 35cm
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  • Floating Fish Sphere 50cm
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Product Information

Increase your interaction with your pond fish by installing Velda's Floating Fish Sphere. Fish will appear in the viewing sphere, giving you the perfect opportunity to watch them feed.

This unique product has it's own built-in flotation device, and is available in 35cm and 50cm diameters (this is the diameter of the viewing acrylic window). This innovative pond accessory forms a vacuum seal in the water, raising the water level inside so fish are more likely to stay in the sphere for longer. 

 Overall size: 65cm or 80cm diameter, including float.

One supplied-simply choose the size you require and add to the basket.

Latest Customer Reviews

  • Rating
    Date 30/07/2015 07:07am
    Velda Floating Fish Sphere 35cm
    Feefo Logo
    Very well made, great idea
  • Rating
    Date 04/07/2016 09:07am
    Velda Floating Fish Sphere 50cm
    Feefo Logo
    Looks brilliant in the pond.
  • Rating
    Date 02/08/2015 05:08am
    Velda Floating Fish Sphere 50cm
    Feefo Logo
    The quality of manufacture is poor, the dome made of perspex rather than polycarbonate, the flotation ring made of expanded foam and the cover made of a material that will go green very quickly. The concept relies on removing all the air from the dome so that it is completely full of water. In reality fish regularly release bubbles of air whilst swimming under the dome and a pocket of air quickly forms within the dome requiring attention. How you are expected to regularly release food into the dome and deal with this problem of air building up inside it when it is floating around a pond is not explained by Velda's enthusiastic blurb!