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Old 06-20-2015, 06:25 PM   #1
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25 watt fully submersible heater

I hope this is the right spot!

We have this tank for a small female betta:
Amazon.com : Deep Blue Professional ADB11006 Glass Standard 5-Way Betta Aquarium Tank Kit, 2.3-Gallon : Aquarium Starter Kits : Pet Supplies
(it actually holds 2.5g when you don't use those dividers, which we do NOT, this tank is just for our new girl)

We are looking for a fully submersible 25watt heater (we think 50watts may be too much for the small tank).

We bought a Mini Marina one, but it is not fully submersible -_-

I found these on Amazon:
Amazon.com : EHEIM Jager Aquarium Thermostat Heater 25W : Pet Supplies
Amazon.com: Hydor 25W Submersible Aquarium Heater - Original Theo: Pet Supplies
http://www.amazon.com/Cobalt-Aquatic.../dp/B00KCO1DGO

Which one would be the best or any other suggestions would be appreciated!

Thanks in advice!
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I have a 25W Neo-Therm from Cobalt, which I'm quite happy with. Innocuous and fully submersible, and includes a temperature readout.
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I have the same tank!
I use aqueon pro heaters in almost all my tanks.
This one has the 50 watt.
I think you would be fine with the eheim/jager , as many really like those heaters.
I have 2 or 3 of them and they work,but I prefer non glass heaters.
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Aqueon just sent a replacement heater for a 300 watt that failed. With out the receipt I had to mail them the failed one.


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Old 06-22-2015, 10:52 PM   #5
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Thanks for the feedback everyone!!! Decisions decisions... we love the Aqueon pro (we have a 50w and a 100w) but just thought it may be too much in this little tank, but perhaps not.
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