|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|01-22-2004 04:45 AM|
|2la||It's the same as the Azoo filter, I used it on their 1G cube. Fairly unremarkable--it's designed to move water through a filter pad and that's what it does. There's a knob to control flow rate. I eventually took the tank down because it proved to be more maintenance than it was worth (frequent water changes, replacing evaporated water). I wouldn't recommend the filter on anything larger than a 2- or 3-gallon tank.|
|01-22-2004 04:22 AM|
|Daemonfly||Anyone have "long-term" experience with the quality/performance of this filter?|
|01-21-2004 05:17 PM|
Originally Posted by TexasState
I went ahead and ordered it since I'm getting it for someone else anyway... that way I can just ship them.
Hey, are the same guy that's on the www.maast.org forums?
|01-21-2004 03:42 PM|
|TexasState||You can buy it locally at Austin Aquarium. Petco also have a different kind of mini power filter.|
|01-21-2004 03:26 PM|
Originally Posted by Rex Grigg
|01-21-2004 03:11 PM|
I bought mine at PetCo.
PetSmart doesnt have much RedSea stuff.
|01-21-2004 12:21 PM|
|Rex Grigg||Try http://www.drsfostersmith.com/produc...p;N=2004+22769|
|01-21-2004 05:57 AM|
Ok, I've seen these little tanks with these filters on them. What I'm wondering is if you can get one of these filters itself. If so, where at? I've looked around and can't find one.
The filter in this link is what I'm talking about: http://www.velvetgiraffe.com/betta-tanks.htm