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Old 01-18-2005, 01:37 PM   #1
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Best thing you purchased for your tank last year

With the new year being a time of reflection of the previous year I came up with this idea.

What was the best thing I purchased for my tank last year? Hm....

For me it was my MagFeeder. I purchased these late in the year as a replacment for my suctoncup clip feeder. The old style would keep falling and always required you get your entire arm wet to put more in the clip. With my new MagFeeder I just pull the outside magnet and the inside clip floats to the surface. All in all the only thing i get wet is my fingertips. This is a wonderful product.

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Without having read FF's post, I said Magfeeder!! It has truly been a wonderful investment. I will be getting more this year! There is at least one pic of mine in my gallery.


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The surface-skimmer attachment for my Fluval canister. Best $15 I spent last year.
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I also was thinking mag feeder when I read the post title.
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The python...without question the best in investment hardware (so far) I made!
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RO/DI unit.
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RO/DI unit.
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hmmm... I must not be nearly as dedicated... last year the only thing I bought was replacement bulbs and replacement filters for the RO... *pout* now I'm bummed... I'll have to buy someting for my tank
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Guess I'm gonna have to say RO/DI unit as well. It's made such a difference.
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