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Eheim Eheim Professional II 2028
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100% of reviewers None indicated 9.0
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Description: Thanks to the ingenious "push II prime" pump head, the new pro II filters are the easiest canister filters to prime. Depressing the pump head automatically activates the integrated priming system, instantly starting water flow into the filter unit. Once the canister has completely filled with water, just "plug and play". New maintenance indicator: allows a visual check of the current filter condition, taking the guess work out of planning filter maintenance. At a single glance, the position of the flow ball indicates the current filter status. New auto valve release system: combines quick disconnection and shut-off valves into one easy to operate unit. By simply pulling back on the special combi-lever and releasing the safety latch, the "auto-valve release" system is set in motion. The internal ball valves are closed and the hoses are detached without spilling a drop. Re-attachment is just as easy. Place the auto-valve back into the pump head and push down the combi-lever. The valves are opened and the auto-valve is securely locked in place.
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Registered: March 2005
Location: Alberta, Canada
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Review Date: 2/14/2006 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: Quality, ease of media changes, flow meter
Cons: Some errors in instruction manual

This is my 3rd Eheim product and I have to I am not disappointed in the quality, silence and effective filtration. I have this and a 2028 Wet/Dry on a 125 gallon FW tank and while the load of the tank is not high at the moment I do not anticipate any issues with these two running. My 2217 is still going strong 24/7 on another 40 Gallon FW tank as well.
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