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Old 04-30-2015, 04:55 PM   #11
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1 - It's affordable
2 - It's reliable
3 - It can be exposed to air while on without breaking
4 - It's controllable and able to be calibrated
5 - It has a well working internal thermometer, i.e. it keeps the temperature from fluctuating much
6 - I've never had one of these get condensation on the inside like I have with other brands of heaters such as Aqueon and aquatop.

I don't think #6 applies to the Aqueon PRO. But honestly, both are beautiful heaters, but the Aqueon Pro being lifetime warranty..
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Appreciate that tidbit Illusion!


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Old 04-30-2015, 09:44 PM   #13
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I don't think #6 applies to the Aqueon PRO. But honestly, both are beautiful heaters, but the Aqueon Pro being lifetime warranty..
The aqueon pro still counts, you just cant see it
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Just a footnote since we are mentioning aqueon heaters, I've had two of the aqueon presets malfunction in the last two months. One was 4 months old, the other about 8 months. Just worth mentioning on the aqueon front, hopefully the pro's are better being 15$ higher.
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Old 05-01-2015, 12:21 AM   #16
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Eheim Jager is my fav brand of heater by far to date.

+1 most reliable heater I've had. I'm sure there are better ones but for the price it can't be beat


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Eheim Jagers aren't that expensive either, at least from what I see for a 50 watt


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