After a string of mishaps that would amount to about $200 for me.
They are two different reactors. The top pictures only use bioballs and it runs for about $10. The second picture is another reactor. It runs for $20 and apparently it creates a vortex/hurricane inside the reactor.Maybe it's just me, but the illustration looks nothing like the photo.
I just know that Rex sold them for $23+ shipping, so I figure they can be had for that price roughly. DIY would likely be cheaper though as Higher Thinking stated, cost also depends on what materials you have already vs needing to buy.
Shut the front door.. doesn't this look familiar.I have a SunSun canister. Right now I am using a powerhead and a water bottle as the reactor.
It is an eye sore and takes up space.
I guess it fits
I spent around 45 bucks for the 302 model (264gph). It is decent. A lot of people like them. There is a long thread about the SunSun filters.Shut the front door.. doesn't this look familiar.
I will guess that this is a newer SunSun unit then?
They are really cheap, I don't care about ugly since it will be banished into the bowels of my cabinet never to see the light of day until said time I decide to maintain it. It is miles cheaper than any other canister of that size so I am all for it. I have heard good things about them too. How do you like yours other than it is ugly as heck?
Oh. I found that picture somewhere in this forum. I just put it up just to state that the Sera Flore reactor is compatible with the SunSun's hoses with no adapter/reducer.Confused here? you'r using DIY co2 than, how about the picture with co2 tank? I doubt if DIY co2 works with atomizer.
I just saw a youtube video of a guy using these outside his/her tank. Comments from poster verify this.those reactors would work fine. You might get tired of looking at them after a while, though. I certainly did.