Xtreme NICE 1.5mm Slow-Sinking Pellets

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  • Natural Ingredients
  • Great for Smaller Cichlids and Community Tanks
  • No Artificial Color Enhancers

Xtreme NICE 1.5mm Slow-Sinking Pellets (formerly Community Peewee) are a great 1.5mm pellet suitable for smaller cichlids, loaches, and goldfish. We find that these types of fish just go nuts for this food. Less picky cichlids such as Bolivian Rams and African cichlid fry love it as well. This food helps encourage breeding, brings out natural colors in fish and promotes good health and growth. Made with natural ingredients with Krill being at the top of the list.

Customer Reviews

Based on 197 reviews
Kurtis S. (Sarasota, FL, US)

Unfortunately, my fish aren't eating it...?!? They seem to like and eat any other Xtreme food, i.e.: Nano, bottom wafers, krill flake... I'm confused on this one...! Maybe it wasn't sealed good and went stale or something, but at this point, I've quit feeding it since they did not eat it, which meant, with 50+ tanks, I had a lot of siphoning to do...! Also, mine was very far from "Slow-sinking"...! It all sank Immediately like a rock...!!! Again, maybe it was a bad jar, but as of now, I'm not a fan...! Thanks

Kay W. (Willow Springs, MO, US)

This is one of my favorites along with the huge Krill flakes. Everybody just has a party wjen these are fed.
Yours are the best I've experienced and continue to use them!

Kashif C. (Matteson, IL, US)
Great food

staple in the fish room as all of my cichlids will devour any Xtreme foods

Kristie M.
Great food

I Feed this daily. All fish including pleco eat it. Most of it sinks quickly but about 1/4 of it floats for a short time which better distributes it.

Nice intermediate size

I like the size. It’s large enough to be noticed by fish in the 3” - 8” range but still small enough that most 1.5” fish can eat it too. I like that the pellets are large enough to sit on top of small gravel without getting lost in crevices. Almost everything in the fish room will eat it.