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bradleyheathhays 02-21-2013 01:17 AM

In search of a 100-150 watt inline heater...
 
I'm brand new here and I'm doing some new tank building and my ideal setup is steering me toward two inline heaters at 150w each. After a lot of searching honestly the only inline heaters I've found is the Hydro line which only come as 200 and 300 watt units.

Does anyone know of an inline heater sold that is 100w-150w?

Thanks!

Sookielee 02-21-2013 07:15 AM

We use a Hydor Inline heater. I am sorry to say they only come in 200w & 300w, but it does work great and connects to our Rena canister without any issues or modification.

JDM 02-22-2013 01:36 PM

I have an in tank heater now and am going to add an in line, yah, smallest is the 200Watt. I might suggest that one in tank and one in line would be better than two in line though. When you shut off your filter or it fails for any reason, the tank is no longer going to be heated. At least with one in tank the tank is not going to cool down fast.

I used the Aqueon Pro 150 as it is all black, no glass, so it is not really very visible in the tank, particularly tucked in beside a driftwood piece.

Jeff.


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