Anything that uses recycled water I would be cautious off. You need top notch cleanliness. If they happen to poop on the plant and bacteria grows your only asking for trouble. It basically looks like the same idea as a waterfall just slower and fake plants.
Plus $45 is a lot especially when you can make a dripper for a few dollars.
Hey zlew,Don't get this. Hard to get the water to fall back into the reservoir and either way it's way too short to be of use.
The next thing I plan on doing is purchasing another big dripper and running the tube from that to the original big dripper using the spare valve, attaching it to the other side of the jug opposite the original valve. Water seeks its own level, so both will drain at the same rate and now double my water supply.Just changed the design of what I described above. I took a large reptile dish from my local pet shop and drilled a hole in the side. From this I attached a piece of tubing to act as a drain and sealed it with water weld epoxy. The dish is large enough for me to secure the plant to its inside, also using the epoxy putty. I now run the tube to a 5 gallon pail under the cages table. The picture is a little fuzzy, but you get the idea.