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Old 12-25-2005, 01:54 PM   #11
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the superskimmer is a little less expensive and is HOB or in sump.. :P
bigalsonline had the best price on it the last time I looked.. :P

by the way.. if your going to use the skimmer as a serious filter (lean on its filtration capasity) use one thats rated for at least a tank twice its size.. in your case that would be the CSS 125 model.. again.. saves headaches..
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Old 12-25-2005, 11:02 PM   #12
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I will be using a magnum 350 (or something simila) also. But I am going to my LFS tomorow to get a skimmer. I will look for that coralife
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Old 12-26-2005, 02:43 AM   #13
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I guess you have a point. Which one would you suggest for around 150 bucks?
Sorry, I'm not that experienced with skimmers. I paid $226 for my Remora Pro and would recommend it, but I'm sure others here can suggest in that range.
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I guess you have a point. Which one would you suggest for around 150 bucks?
Sorry, I'm not that experienced with skimmers. I paid $226 for my Remora Pro and would recommend it, but I'm sure others here can suggest in that range.
that is a tight range..

and LFS stores sell the corilife for about a 30% markup from online prices from what Ive seen..
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I guess you have a point. Which one would you suggest for around 150 bucks?
Sorry, I'm not that experienced with skimmers. I paid $226 for my Remora Pro and would recommend it, but I'm sure others here can suggest in that range.
that is a tight range..

and LFS stores sell the corilife for about a 30% markup from online prices from what Ive seen..
SeaClone 150 at drsfostersmith.com was under $100, at lfs it was $130.
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Old 12-26-2005, 05:16 AM   #16
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http://bigalsonline.com/catalog/cate...tegory_id=3043
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Oh crap. Well, if I am able to take it back for money, then I will and buy it online.
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