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Extreme Fish Aquarium designs combine business with relaxation in the bathroom.

Updated on October 13, 2012

Fish ‘n Flush

This toilet is made by Aquaone
This toilet is made by Aquaone | Source
Shopper considering a purchase of a toilet bowl... I mean a fish aquarium.
Shopper considering a purchase of a toilet bowl... I mean a fish aquarium.

As a kid, I might have flashed a gold fish or two into the toilet. But thanks to modern imagination of designers, gold fish now could live in the toilet. Yep, little colorful creatures swimming about as you do your bathroom business.

Fish and Toilet Aquarium might be an interesting solution if you ever wanted an aquarium but just don’t have enough space for it.

A bathroom-site aquarium is an (almost) natural graduation of popular designs. After all, many people have been decorating their sinks and toilets with ceramic dolphins, fish and lighthouses in the last few years. So, wanting a good thing be even better and getting the "real" thing sounds like a logical choice. Right?

If you must get living creatures in the design of the bathroom, let's stop short of bringing a live dolphin into your bathtub. Go ahead and settle on smaller cuter fish such as gappies and goldfish. They could live on top of the toilet.

Featured on the Tonight Show, the Today show, Regis and Cathy and hundreds of magazines around the world, Fish and Toilet Aquarium made millions of people laugh and scratch their heads in confusion.

With the name Fish 'N Flush, the aquarium is only 2.5 gallon. Fish and Toilet Aquarium replaces the regular ceramic tank and consists of two pieces: the actual fill tank to flash down the nasty business, and the small flat tank which surrounds the fill tank. This creates the "fish in your toilet" effect.


Sold yet?

With a price tag of about $300, not counting the cost of fish, fish food, chemicals and accessories for the tank, live fish in the bathroom might be more trouble than it is worth.

But for the few devoted fishermen or vacation dreamers, watching fish might be just that one final touch their bathrooms need.

If everything else fails, remember, the fish tank is conveniently located atop a fish cemetery.

If you are still not sold on live creatures watching your private moments, check out these toilet seat instead.

Like fish? Like design? Check out this great combination by Jason deCaires Taylor

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    • psycheskinner profile image

      psycheskinner 3 years ago

      Looks like a good way to kill some goldfish. They are overcrowded in barely adequate or clearly inadequate environments.

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      Justin Muir 4 years ago from New York

      I have a good friend who is literally obsessed with fish tanks. Can anyone way Christmas gift.

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      Ann-Christin 4 years ago from UK

      I have fish and I think they would look lovely swimming around in the bathroom I would be a bit worried about flushing them away though :)

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      Queen Bumble Bee 4 years ago from My Queendom

      I know! The idea is very simple, but it sure works!

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      Ruth McCollum 4 years ago from Lake Oswego, Oregon

      OH I LOVE IT!!!!! Whatever happened to reading in the bathroom though? Just kidding. I wondered how they would make it work but it's really a cute idea once you know the mechanics of the two tanks. Great fun hub.

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      KeriProctor88 5 years ago from Georgia

      This is really cool! I'm a big fan of the ocean theme. If someone was going with this type of theme, it would go great in a bathroom. But really how do they come up with these ideas? Lol. Great hub, this is some great information.