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Old 01-28-2004, 11:02 AM   #1
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Tunze Turbelle Stream

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was looking at these and wondered if any one uses them or knows if there worth the money ??
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Old 01-28-2004, 11:39 AM   #2
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They definately look interesting. But, like you, I'd have to hear some responses first.....


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Old 01-28-2004, 11:48 AM   #3
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after looking on the marine depot catalogue what made me worry was all the exrta parts they sell for these !! how dependable are they !! also there is a guy on ebay that will build custom rocks to hide the pump anyway ya want it to look like which i like that idea as well !! if there good pumps i think i gonna try one and lose a few maxi-jets
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Old 01-28-2004, 01:10 PM   #4
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they look way cool and stream line- lot's of $$ for a power head..

interested in feed back.. always looking for a way to minimize extra cr#$p in the tank.
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Old 01-28-2004, 01:13 PM   #5
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SS, I think I shall nominate ye to be a guinea pig on this one. If it doesn't work out Just conisder it as taking one for the team

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alot of money but if ya look at it like $128 for 1600 gph and maxi jets 1200 at $18 each ya need 7 to keep up with it !! not a bad deal if ya look at gph !! of course for tanks 100 or bigger
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Everyone I have talked to that uses them...loces them. They are very dependable and an excellent source of watermovement.
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I bought the TS24 Stream Kit that push 3100 GPH each or 6200 GPH. In my 137 gallon tank it moves a lot of water. They are awesome!! Very quiet! With the programmer you can create different current patterns that mimic the ocean. You have a night time pattern that slows down when the lights go off. You also have a feeding button that turns them off for 10 minutes while the fish eat.

Very expensive but if you can afford them go for it! I think they are the BEST out there right now!

P.S. Where on E-Bay was the guy that builds rocks for them. It would be cool to hide them.

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2376365645 thats the ebay #

thats cool and yea i thinki gonna buy one !!
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