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Old 04-08-2011, 06:21 PM   #1
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ECO-Aqualizer ?

Is the Eco-Aqualizer all that good and is it better then a HOB skimmer and would you buy it or a AquaC Remora, just asking
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Depends if you are gullible enough to believe that two magnets encased in plastic and glue can actually reionize your water into a purified state. Here is a link that is worth the read...or laughs depending on how you look at it: Eco-Aqualizer (may fama article) - Reef Central Online Community

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