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The Vilolet glass would make less of dead spots.

The poppy will reduce the flow coming out. So intale you would have a more dead spots then the vilolet, i'm assuming since flow coming out would be reduce by the shape of the poppy bell at the end.
 

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The Vilolet glass would make less of dead spots.

The poppy will reduce the flow coming out. So intale you would have a more dead spots then the vilolet, i'm assuming since flow coming out would be reduce by the shape of the poppy bell at the end.
Thanks for the advice h4n.
BTW I'll be using an Eheim 2215 which has an output of 164 GPH.
Dont I need to break that current !!
 

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Thanks for the advice h4n.
BTW I'll be using an Eheim 2215 which has an output of 164 GPH.
Dont I need to break that current !!
Ya then your probably better off with a violet style lilly pipes.
 

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Okay.. So I inquired a lot on this, and finally I've ordered Violet output and input.
I dont want to make any dead spots in my tank and since it would be a densely planted one, water circulation must be good.
If i'd have going with nature or iwagumi, poppy would be a good choice. Or If I would've going with 2217 then also Poppy could have been a good option. But with 2215 and that too in a dense planted tank, I chose violet
 

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what is the 'lightest flow' of all the output options? my filter is pretty strong for my huge (lol) 6 gallon. I have a finnex power 360 canister
 
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