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Mini CO2 diffuser
I was wondering if anyone thought this was worthwhile. It seems like it's basically the same as the DIY diffusers, only it came with a nice little bubbler thingy for inside the tank. Opinions anyone?
It is better than some I have seen. It is a lot like a bell diffusor that uses a membrane instead of a stone to diffuse tiny bubbles.
Used in conjunction with a powerhead or the intake of a filter I think it would be very effective. Just make sure to keep it nice and clean and don't let that stone get plugged.
Oh, I might buy one of these for my tank as well. It looks like it works very well.
I was thinking that even if it wasn't that great, it would probably be a nice little addition to the DIY CO2 diffuser, which is what I was planning, as it hangs on the tank, making it less awkward. The price seems to make it pretty worthwhile!
Wow, I paid $12 for mine....but it had a bubble counter inside....but for that price, wow...get 5 of them and you have many year's supply.
I have mine bubble into a powerhead....bubbles are so small you can barely see them.
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