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Old 02-23-2014, 01:02 PM   #1
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My reef creations sump

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I've been looking on their website at their sumps and an very keen on their reef sumps.
Was just wondering if anyone has used one of these at all and if I their thoughts on them as it's a decent investment and I'd like to be sure before shelling out.


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Buying a sump is always overpriced. You can simply make your own for a fraction of the cost, if out of another aquarium or even something like horse troughs.
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Cheers for the reply, I'm well aware of this, I could never build a customised sump of this quality though, was just wondering if anyone had any personal feedback on the above mentioned sumps.

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if you are going to buy a sump the proflex is a very good sump from my understanding
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I own the proflex model 4 and it is okay. It's under a 75gallon. Honestly it is way better just to build one though. You can add 4 chambers in a long enough sump four socks, skimmer/reactors,refudg, return. Even add a fifth sealed off for ATO reservoir.
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