Heater keeps saltwater tank temp within 1 degree from the set temp. Has one set of leds for the setting and another for the thermometer. Comes with a sticky back so you can install it right onto the glass. Control pad is easy to read and use.
We have a fluval flex 15 gallon, an awkward size tank that would get too warm with my old heater. I will move the foliage to accommodate a good place at the back of the tank.
Temperature is at 82 and rising. There is no indicator light on the actual heating element to tell me when it is heating. The control pad lights are on, but the huge difference in those numbers and the in-tank thermometer numbers is probably what will... Read More
It has a nice thermostat digital read out. The temp i currently have it set on, matches the temp showing on the thermometer tape on the tank, and also matches temp from my dedicated food thermometer. Like any heater this should be coupled with a contr... Read More
I have 45-65g fresh water tank with a community of mainly tetras which require a temperature between 75-82f. The 200 watt heater is good enough for a 75 gallon tank that needs to be heated no more than 10 degrees above room temperature. If using the s... Read More
The heater itself feels well built, but it is worth noting that it is very long. Perfect for my beta and is true to size.
The heater is junk! They are extremely inaccurate and a waste of money. Over heated tank. We have tadpoles and we set it to 71 and it overheated to 78!
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