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Tank Heaters!


Nicka
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As many have said before, two smaller is always preferable to one larger heater so if they fail on they hopefully do not boil your tank before you discover it and can react.

 

Personally, I have been using Jäger heaters since before they were owned by Eheim (i.e. Ebo Jäger) and I have never had one fail on and cook a tank. Plenty of them have failed, but never on. Granted my experience is purely anecdotal, but after 30+ years in the hobby, I will never buy another brand heater, only Eheim.

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4 hours ago, Nicka said:

Hi, I’m starting up a 75gal tank and was looking for some guidance to aquarium heater brands and if I should get one large heater or two smaller ones on each side of the tank? Thanks in advance

I would do 2 fluval e 200s but the bigger you go the easier it is on your equipment

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3 hours ago, Nicka said:

Thanks for the advice everyone! I will go with two smaller heaters and check out the Eheim heaters. I was looking at the fluval e series and had a hard time finding them as well, any reason why they aren’t easy to find?

I’ve never had a problem finding them that’s kinda strange

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