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Old 06-09-2003, 09:34 PM   #11
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I'd have to agree with the above post on the SeaClone. JMHO. I think, for what they are, they work pretty well. They are nowhere near the equal of the Berlin or Aqua C of course, but they're a lot cheaper also. I added one to my puffer tank and almost immediately saw a huge increase in water clarity and a drop in algae growth. If you have room in the wet/dry, you can run...should run...the skimmer in there. Aqua C makes an in sump model called the Urchin that you might want to look at.
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Old 10-18-2003, 12:10 AM   #12
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Ya i agree with that ... The seaclone is a great and cheap skimmer in the market.
Got a seaclone 150 . Fix into my sump and within one day it started to skim... very impressive.
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Old 10-18-2003, 12:45 AM   #13
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I have the Aqua C Remora and have had it for a month now.. I would HIGHLY recommend it.. I noticed the quality and algae decline rapidly.. Very Easy to setup as well as easy to clean.. The Urchin is the same thing as the Remora except for the bottom.. It has FEET so that is can be stable in the sump.. Captiveraisedcorals.com I believe is what it is has a special going on for the Aqua c's You might want to check the sponsors forum for information on that as I dont know if it includes the urchin.. I would go with the Pro version for sure as well as have a drain installed on it when its purchased... I made the mistake of not doing either... You can also check MarineDepot.com as they have them there as well.. Aqua C is very helpful when emailing them questions... I do not work for Aqua C nor Am i affiliated with them in any way this is pure personal experience..

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