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The Pro's about it are:

For it's size it has a large filter volume, you could substitute Hagen/Aquaclear filter sponges for the media. Not really expensive.

The Con's about it are:

It has the power-head in middle the aquarium tank intake, sort of clunky and would make hiding it a challenge for a small tank.
 

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The Pro's about it are:

For it's size it has a large filter volume, you could substitute Hagen/Aquaclear filter sponges for the media. Not really expensive.

The Con's about it are:

It has the power-head in middle the aquarium tank intake, sort of clunky and would make hiding it a challenge for a small tank.


Hiding is no problem but give it a good flow in the tank it is a 30x30x30
 

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Hiding is no problem but give it a good flow in the tank it is a 30x30x30
I'm assuming that's in centimeters? So roughly, 7.11 US gallons in volume?

That should be a good flow for that tank. You may need to adjust the output control if you have a Betta that doesn't like too much flowing water.


It's a 90 US Gallon per hour turnover, the Aquaclear 20 is 100 GPH. I've filtered a 10 gallon standard with a Aquaclear 20.

If the tank is rimless you can pretty much put it where you desire to customize the water flow.
 
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