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Old 08-31-2013, 05:50 PM   #1
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In-line heater for 105g

Has anyone had success with in-line heaters in a 105g tank or similar? If so, what kind would you recommend? The Hydor ETH in-lines look nice, but I'm not sure they can handle a tank that size.
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Old 09-01-2013, 03:43 PM   #2
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I'm using a Hydor ETH 300 on my 70g and it works a treat, sits at a constant 24 degrees since installation in november.
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Thanks for the reply, furryeggs! I just ordered one, so I hope it works for me as well as it has for you. I love the idea of having the heater outside the tank to minimize the clutter inside.
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I'm using a Hydor ETH 300 on my 70g and it works a treat, sits at a constant 24 degrees since installation in november.
The hydor 300w is great I just to run 2 one on each of my pro 3

Hydor make 2 the 300w and a 200w each has a different hose size

The 300w is 16mm
The 200w is 9-112mm

The 300w is great but the 200w does have problems no idea why
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Thanks for the info, T1. I'm getting the 300W, so I'm glad to hear that's the more reIiable option. I suspect I'll need to get a second one like you did, given the size of the tank.
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