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Old 10-01-2012, 07:49 AM   #21
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I use the aqua c remora S hob skimmer and I love it!! It's on my 55g reef tank. My water params are great, no cyano EVER, had a small diatom episode when started tank, but the conch took care of that quickly. and the cup is easy to empty, so that's nice.
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Old 10-01-2012, 11:49 AM   #22
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I use the aqua c remora S hob skimmer and I love it!! It's on my 55g reef tank. My water params are great, no cyano EVER, had a small diatom episode when started tank, but the conch took care of that quickly. and the cup is easy to empty, so that's nice.
Thats the one i want :0 what is that pump they try to sell you for?
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Because you have to buy the pump separately. Some skimmers come with one, this one doesn't.
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Because you have to buy the pump separately. Some skimmers come with one, this one doesn't.
Ohh okay, so u recommend the aqua c mora with the bump that tgey try to sell you?
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Go with the aquamaxx hob ll, rated for 75 gal and has been a beast for me over the last 2 years. I recently moved and decided not to set it up and in a couple months I started to have more algae growth than normal, I decided to set the skimmer back up and I noticed a difference in 24hr. A skimmer is def worth it if you are not a 10% weekly water change type of person.
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Old 10-02-2012, 02:38 AM   #26
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Go with the aquamaxx hob ll, rated for 75 gal and has been a beast for me over the last 2 years. I recently moved and decided not to set it up and in a couple months I started to have more algae growth than normal, I decided to set the skimmer back up and I noticed a difference in 24hr. A skimmer is def worth it if you are not a 10% weekly water change type of person.
Nice ima se what i can get
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