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Old 07-27-2009, 09:04 PM   #1
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My new RO-DI unit is here!

Coralife Pure-Flo II - 50 GPD 3 Canister RO/DI System

That's my new RO-DI unit, it just arrived today! So I'm currently running the first 10 gallons through that I have to dispose of. A little disappointed in the speed of it, although it has no pump and the water pressure here at my house sucks.

I think it's awesome though, not to bulky and 50 GPD is plenty for me!

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Thats really awesome. I've about 5 things coming to me in the mail as we speak. Its so nerve wracking. I really want them to be here but they are ALL scheduled to be here on the 29th. lol aint that funny how all of them are gonna be here that day? Im happy for you, glad you got what you had comin to you.
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Old 07-27-2009, 09:25 PM   #3
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Haha yeah I know what ya mean, I had some other stuff come too like salt mix and a couple test kits but what I'm really excited for is setting up that refugium tomorrow once that silicon dries completely!

Anyway this RO-DI unit rocks, it may not be top of the line but I like it and highly recommend it.

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Old 07-28-2009, 11:31 PM   #4
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This RO-DI unit is so great! I can't believe people on here were saying it was just average, I think it's awesome and 50 GPD is plenty for me.
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Old 07-29-2009, 12:25 AM   #5
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What's a typical life span of a DI cartridge? I can't believe after only two uses how dirty it looks!

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I just bought the same unit today so far I'm really liking it. Does anyone know if all 3 housing are supposed to be filled with water? Cause on mine only the DI housing totally fills with water.
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Im not really sure, but all of my housings fill with water completely to the brim except for the DI housing. Thats the one that doesnt fill up at all really. Idk though, maybe some of them work differently.
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This RO-DI unit is so great! I can't believe people on here were saying it was just average, I think it's awesome and 50 GPD is plenty for me.
i think because you can get 100gpd 5 stage for less then that shipped.
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cool~ I m planning to get one later too.
glad u like yours ^^
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Same thing with mine, all stages fill up except the DI unit.
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