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Old 10-24-2011, 10:02 AM   #1
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What are the best most recommended heater out there cause I'm currently using the fluval digital ones but I'm setting up a tank right now and want something better thanks

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There's a few different manufactures out there. Most in tank heaters have the same design and specs so I wouldn't go too crazy.

I use a 200W aqueon submersible for my tank and it works great!

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i believe i use a aqueon 150 Watt.. no complaints here
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I like the Ebo Jagers and Rena Smart Heaters. I have not used Aqueons or Fluvals.
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+1 on the Ebo-Jager. You don't need as much wattage which saves electricity, also saving money. There also cheap. Which seems to save money too

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