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Old 06-30-2004, 04:08 PM   #21
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I have a tetra tec filter which you can add on a heater that sits in the filter. It keeps my temperature ridiculously accurate and steadfast, while keeping one more piece of equipment out of the tank!
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spend a little extra and get a heater guard for it.
Ive never seen one. were could i get one?

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When I was deciding between the two (VisiTherm and Ebo-Jager), I decided to go with the Visi because the tube was shorter given the same wattage. Haven't had any problems with it...

I also read they were lighter and did not come unstuck from the glass as much.

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I have a tetra tec filter which you can add on a heater that sits in the filter. It keeps my temperature ridiculously accurate and steadfast, while keeping one more piece of equipment out of the tank!
I was gonna get a eihem external canister filter with a heater, but they are for freshwater use only.
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