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Old 06-19-2007, 09:57 AM   #1
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Inline Heaters?

I was looking on ebay and saw an inline heater. What are your experiences with this product and should i buy one? Please share.
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Old 06-19-2007, 10:56 AM   #2
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Which one are you talking about?

I hear nothing but good things about the Hydor in-line heaters, but don't have one (yet) personnally.
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Yes, the Hydor is the one i am refering to.
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I've got the Hydor ETH 200. It is the best heater money can buy. Your tank water can't be heated more evenly and to within .4 degrees. It gives you more tank space. Less unsightly things to hide in the tank. How can you heat water better than to have it pass through an element? Worth the money.
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I think i am going to buy it this weekend. I am convinced that it will be a good buy and consumes less heat from what i gather.
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Re: Inline Heaters?

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I was looking on ebay and saw an inline heater. What are your experiences with this product and should i buy one? Please share.
http://www.desertcoralaquatics.com/h...624843326ed6be

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I have to second piranha. I have the ETH 300 on my 75 gallon and love it.
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I was looking on ebay and saw an inline heater. What are your experiences with this product and should i buy one? Please share.
http://www.desertcoralaquatics.com/h...624843326ed6be

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That site has the ETH-200 a bit pricey. Ebay is alot cheaper.
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http://www.bigalsonline.com/BigAlsUS...lineheater200w Check out these prices. I don't think you'll find better.
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