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...if you only use one of the two outputs(like I do), put a piece of hose onto the unused outlet - it will muffle the noise it makes[I don't know why they don't tell you this in the pump instructions!]. If both outlets have hoses on them, whether they are in the water or not, this will be a quiet air pump. Having two outputs is great, you could easily feed two 30 gal tanks with this, and it seems like this could handle a 100 gal tank.
Also!: Make sure to position your bubbles emitting from your stone/bubblewall NOT near(under) your filter intake. The intake will take in the air bubbles and cause significant noise as it spits them out up near the filter[gheez, why don't they tell you this in the pump instructions!]. With a quiet pump and keeping your air bubbles away ... full review
ok so this pump bucket...is about 1.6 galons comes with 3 trays in it. you can load them with whatever you see fit to run whatever type of tank you want however they do come with the filter media you need...so you wont have to go out and buy some.
i own two. both 1000 due to the fact that i didnt hear very good things about the larger models and because i run a 75 saltwater with fish inverts and loads of live rock.
ive had one for 6 months now and i liked it so much and i liked the PRICE so much i decided to buy another one of the same type.
i dont use the rubber hoses and fittings they come with altho they are great. i actually did some diy plumming and have them both hooked togheder on the intake but sparate ... full review
"Our Turtles have never been happier!" - By D. L. SMITH (Salt Lake City, Utah United States)
Turtles love to bask and swim! This lets them do both.
We have six species of aquatic turtles, and they all love the Turtle Topper. Because the basking platform is above the tank, we can keep our 30-gallon tank nearly full, and that means the water is deeper and stays cleaner longer! Our big 9-inch Red Ear Slider can get up just fine, as can our little 4-inch Mississippi Map turtle.
Benefits include: 1. the filters run under the platform, so they don't splash the walls, or the lights, etc. 2. the turtles leave the water completely, so they can really dry off. It's good for their skin/shells. 3. there's room for multiple turtles on the platform (though bullies might not let anyone join them). 4. The platform looks great and sits above the water, so the water can be deeper. Turtles like swimming in deep water, and ... full review
"Cheap, no-fuss betta heater" - By Elaine (Reno, NV, USA)
Got this at the pet store for my Marineland Eclipse 3 tank two weeks ago. It's about 0.5 gallons decorations/filter and 2.5 gallons water, with one male betta and two ghost shrimp. According to the tank thermometer, it's been keeping the tank at a steady 78 degrees F ever since I plugged it in.
However, either my tank thermometer is off or my kitchen thermometer is off, because when I do water changes, I have to heat the water to what my kitchen thermometer says is 76 degrees in order to keep the tank thermometer at 78 when I add the new water to the tank.
I have it suctioned horizontally at gravel level at the back of the tank, near the filter intake. I was a bit worried about it touching stuff in the tank, but it doesn't seem to get hot enough to mess anything up ... full review
I have a 75 gal tank and originally bought a Marineland Penguin 350 to get started, which turned out to be REALLY noisy (impeller/motor). Ended up returning it as defective and getting this Aqueon power filter instead.
This Aqueon is much better! Motor/impeller are VERY silent, and the water return is also virtually silent (I have the water level up to the lip of the return). I forget what it's called but there is a blue splash piece on the return of this filter that breaks up the water flow just enough that it 1) eliminates the sound of the water returning to the tank and 2) slows the water current a little on the way out which is good if you have some smaller fish or top feeders hanging around.
The filters come with carbon in them, but there's still enough room behind the cartridges in the ... full review
"I want to give these guys 10 stars!!!!" - By Marina Shea (Burbank, CA United States)
I was so worried about ordering live critters online... I mean really? Who does that? Well, me apparently. The first order resulted in a disaster which I blame my mailman for... mainly because it was entirely his fault. But, the way David handled this blew me away. Their customer service at InvertObsession is second to none. Fast and open and friendly answers and help from the first moment that I contacted them. I was soooo happy with how he took care of this problem that I went and ordered a second second blue crayfish before I even had the first one. And wow... Was that ever the right move. These guys are SOOO cute! This morning I threw in an algae tablet and one of the crayfish grabbed it and ran off with it!!! We were all dying laughing at him. So greedy! This is going to be hours and ... full review
"Best filter EVER. Don't listen to the 1-star crowd." - By J. Beals (San Diego CA)
I have had my Penguin 200 with the bio-wheel for about a month now. Before I bought it, I did some research and read the reviews about this particular model. I saw all the bad press people were giving it about it's "restart problems" and "Bad Connections" etc. etc. and I have to say, the only problem with the P-200 are the short-bus riders who don't have their water ALL THE WAY UP TO THE BOTTOM OF THE OUTPUT AREA.
5*s*t*a*r*s, the bio-wheel is super, it isn't noisy (you know it's on, but it doesn't stop you from reading a book), and my fish have personally told me that they love it. My fish talk to me.