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Old 02-01-2014, 09:22 PM   #1
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Fluval filter?

I heard this was one of the best filters to get. Looking for some opinions
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Old 02-01-2014, 09:54 PM   #2
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what model?
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I heard this was one of the best filters to get. Looking for some opinions

I've had eheim and Fluval both good filters but I went with Fluval. I have a Fluval FX6 I have it on my 125 gal fresh water aquarium and it works flawlessly. Keeps my tank crystal blue clear. You get what you pay for
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I don't know if they still make them, but I fluval g6. I've always had good luck with fluval. Jmo

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Fluval, Eheim, or Rena...good canisters. All have their good and bad, but these 3 are the best IMO.


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I run all Fluval. 205, 406, and a c (?) 30 HOB. Live them to death do us part. I cannot comment on any others, as I do not have any experience otherwise.
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I've got the fluval 306 and u4 on my tank when I change I'll be getting the fx6 heard fluval and ehiem are there best makes
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