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Old 06-29-2004, 12:50 PM   #1
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27 gallon tank - heater?

I am planning to get a Ebo Jager Heater - 125 Watt for my new 27 gallon Fresh water tank.. Too little? too much ? past experiences with this heater ..please please let me know
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No experience with the brand specificly, but 125watts should be more than enough, especially here in Atlanta. I generally use 150 watts but that's because I've never seen a 125, only 100 and 150.
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No experience with the brand specificly, but 125watts should be more than enough, especially here in Atlanta. I generally use 150 watts but that's because I've never seen a 125, only 100 and 150.
RIGHT I was thinking of deciding between 100 and 150 W and saw this 125 one with the same price so thought why not ...
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