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Old 07-07-2010, 04:19 PM   #1
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Ro/DI units

Hey guys i was wondering if the is a good ro/di system NANO 75 GPD AQUARIUM RO REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER FILTER , the link is


NANO 75 GPD AQUARIUM RO REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER FILTER - eBay (item 290373893282 end time Jul-22-10 11:03:08 PDT)

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i wouldn't buy it. no DI, missing a couple crucial stages. for a couple bucks more you can get something that will give you zero T.D.S.
they got you because they added "nano" to the title, but basically, they are saying a nano doesn't need as good water quality as a larger system?
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Old 07-07-2010, 04:58 PM   #3
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how about REVERSE OSMOSIS RO/DI REEF AQUARIUM REEF WATER FILTER


REVERSE OSMOSIS RO/DI REEF AQUARIUM REEF WATER FILTER - eBay (item 270603450263 end time Jul-10-10 19:30:12 PDT)

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that one is much better.
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I agree. The second one is the one to go with.
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