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Company Introduces Fish'n Flush, Part Toilet, Part Fish Tank; 'An Attention Getter'

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WESTMINSTER, California -- AquaOne Technologies, Inc., based in Westminster, Calif., has unveiled a product that allows consumers to put fish in the toilet while they're still alive.

The Fish-n-Flush toilet tank contains a fully functioning aquarium and is designed to replace most standard tanks, the company said.

"We wanted to develop a product that had a dual purpose -- to serve as a proper, fully functional toilet and also as a source of entertainment and conversation," says Richard Quintana, chief executive officer of AquaOne. "Fish-n-Flush is definitely an attention-getter."

The aquarium, designed to accommodate fresh, salt, warm and tropical water, is part of a two-piece tank that allows the toilet to function normally without interfering with the aquarium. It features a clear exterior to allow for viewing of the fish and comes with gravel, two plastic nine-inch plants, a dual filter system, LED lighting, a built-in feeder, fill valve, overflow tube, flapper, suction pump and two screws.

Quintana said the product, which retails for $299, serves as "a fun fashion statement for the homeowner who wants to have something unique."

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Reader Comments

16 people have commented so far. cloud add your comment

I love the idea. I am definately getting one when I redo my bathroom next spring.
   comment# 1   - jacquelyn · Billings, MT · Dec 21, 2006 @ 9:26am

I love it and I want one! How do get one?
   comment# 2   - Joan Hicks · Wilmington Delaware · Dec 28, 2006 @ 3:41pm

I'm not sure I'd be able to properly destroy that toilet with the fish watching.
   comment# 3   - DT · Phoenix, USA · Mar 3, 2007 @ 9:12am

wicked idea!! where can i get one?!?!?
   comment# 4   - nicholas dawe · port-de-grave, newfoundland · Mar 4, 2007 @ 9:55am

You need eyes in your ar** to appreciate this!
   comment# 5   - JG · UK · May 29, 2007 @ 9:07am

that is one of the coolest things i work at a fish store and thats just the thing thay need
   comment# 6   - tyler · west jordon us · Aug 8, 2007 @ 3:07am

Goldfish need at least 10 gallons each. There are at least 8 in that toilet. I doubt it contains 80 gallons. Though at least the toilet is nearby when they all die!!!
   comment# 7   - Mattheau · UK · Aug 12, 2007 @ 12:48pm

Get a life Mattheau!! its a gold(Fish)mine idea!
   comment# 8   - Jim Bob · USA · Aug 26, 2007 @ 10:18pm

I really love the idea i want one.
   comment# 9   - Megan Rinehart · ogema wisconsin · Sep 28, 2007 @ 6:32am

Love the idea any place to get them here in Australia.
   comment# 10   - Steve Baker · Gladstone Australia · Mar 3, 2008 @ 4:47am

   comment# 11   - TRINA BENNETT · PIPER CITY ILLINOIS UNITED STATES · Jul 16, 2008 @ 3:43am

The fish tank toilet so so so cool and ~!!!!!LOL!!!!!~
   comment# 12   - katie · Alabama · Sep 4, 2008 @ 3:19pm

   comment# 13   - Steven · Greely · Oct 13, 2008 @ 2:27pm

that is so cool!
   comment# 14   - Z · tx · Oct 26, 2008 @ 12:49pm

this is AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!
   comment# 15   - jamie and arcelia · kenosha, wi. · Nov 10, 2008 @ 9:20am

Yes they are cool...I have two in bathrooms..As a matter of fact the first one I bought was the first one ever in Florida...take a bath.. watch your fish I call them my toilet fish !! I have fish (bettas) all over my walls also in "fish bubbles"....Ya think I love to fish?
   comment# 16   - Bonnie · Sebastian, fl · Nov 20, 2008 @ 8:44am
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