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Old 12-31-2011, 12:51 PM   #1
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Is this skimmer any good?

Just wondering if anyone has used this skimmer and if it seems like a decent one. I have a store credit and this model is one of the few they have...the credit isnt at fosters and smith though...lol

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Old 12-31-2011, 06:26 PM   #2
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anyone? i was thinking of using it on my 125g and moving that skimmer to my 90 then moving the 90g skimmer to my upcoming 60g build. I just don't wanna buy a real lemon or one that is known to stink.
I don't mind taking the time to dial in a skimmer either, so I have the patience for it.
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no. that's not an efficient skimmer.
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To me marineland stuff seems to expensive for what it is
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Carey,
I'm also looking into skimmers. Looking forward to what you use/find. I have a 65 gallon.
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