The biOrb 105 in silver is a stylish addition to the biOrb range. The largest size in the collection, the 105 can hold 105 litres of water, making it ideal for a large collection of fish and/or plants.
The silver trim looks great in a wide range of environments in the home or office. The round, classic style of a fish bowl allows for a 360⁰ view of your aquarium. A matching stand is also available to free up counter space and make a real focal point of your 105.
A large tank needs a great filter, to keep it looking that way! BiOrb have included an exclusive filter in the 105. It has a ceramic media included with a huge surface area, to fully process the water and remove all unwanted debris and waste. Every four weeks, simply change the media, no cleaning required.
To show the biOrb in the best possible light, with a Multi Colour Remote LED system included as standard. The low energy, low cost lighting presents a 24 hour spectrum reflecting a natural light system from dawn to moonlight.
A package of useful accessories such as food, water treatments and an air stone are included to save money and get the 105 off to the perfect start.
Take a look at the biOrb's own range of heating equipment to make your tank fit for tropical fish.
Dimensions: 63 x 61 x 61cm / 24.8" x 24" x 24"
- Capacity: 105 litres / 23.1 gallons
- biOrb CLASSIC MCR aquariums in the classic spherical design with multi-colour, remote controlled lighting and a patented filter system
- Complete set, consisting of acrylic aquarium, light unit, pump, transformer, air stone, filter cartridge, ceramic bed
- Guaranteed easy to install: The aquarium is completely set up in just a few steps
- MCR light unit 16 different colour looks can be controlled remotely and 4 time cycles can be selected to simulate light conditions
- Made of highly-resistant, clear and light acrylic
- Guaranteed easy cleaning and care and thanks to a patented filter system the ecosystem is kept in balance
- Unique and transformable through numerous decoration variants
- Safe 12 volt technology