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  1. Valid for the first 50 customers ONLY We are having a fantastic sale on our 300W LED Digital Heaters for 1 week only Offer is not valid in conjunction with any other discount, offer is for the first 50 customers only, offer valid until midnight 2/8/2015 Redemption code - HEATUP33 300W LED Aquarium Digital Heater With Thermosafe WAS $45 NOW just over $30 AUTOMATIC LED DIGITAL CONTROL HEATER Having the right temperature for your pet fish is essential for their health and stress levels. Having a heater in your aquarium is essential for maintaining stable temperatures to keep your fish happy and healthy. Keeping your fish at a stable temperature should be as easy as placing a heater in your aquarium then set and forget right?? -- WRONG. To often heater failure is often the Number 1 cause of fish death. Here is a list of some of the most common cause of heater failure Accidental breakage during water changes (We all forget to turn them off) Cracked from large fish smashing your heater Thermostat failure causing the heater to cook your fish Poor collaboration of the heater causing the user to set temperatures incorrectly Lack of actual temperature display The NEW Biopro/Hopar Thermosafe aquarium heaters have eliminated most of these problems and more- Accidental breakage during water changes (We all forget to turn them off) Biopro/Hopar Safe Guard heaters have and auto ON / OFF feature meaning that when the heater is not in the water it AUTOMATICALLY SWITCHES OFF Cracked from large fish smashing your heater Biopro/Hopar Safe Guard heaters have a SMASH GUARD now around the heater protecting it from large predatory fish Thermostat failure causing the heater to cook your fish Biopro/Hopar Thermosafe heaters have now included a Thermosafe switch.. when temperatures raise up to 35 the heater will detect and shut down preventing accidental cooking of your fish Poor collaboration of the heater causing the user to set temperatures incorrectly Biopro/Hopar Safe Guard heaters have a tolerance of less 0.5 degrees Lack of actual temperature display Biopro/Hopar Safe Guard heaters have introduced a LED diplay of both the set temperature and current tank temperature 12 MONTHS AUSTRALIAN WARRANTY Product Specifications Model : Biopro Hopar H-338 Power : 300W Heating Volume : 300 - 500L Length : 400mm Fully Submersible Digital Display - Both set tempreature and water tempreature Auto on/off when removed from water Auto Shut Off with thermostat failure Accurate - 0.5 degree tollerance Touch Button Control Plastic Smash Guard
  2. I'm thinking of buying a Hydor Inline heater for a tank i'm about to set up. I really like the idea of no visible heater in the tank and want your feedback on the Hydor 300 There are mixed reviews online and its a considerable amount of money to invest in a heater. I don't have the time to build a DIY version so happy to buy a commercial version Thanks Matt
  3. Hi Everyone We have launched a new website and have been offering some specials check this one out JUST IN TIME BEFORE THE COLD HITS 300w Heaters only $12ea buy 10 or more and get them for $10ea, Use your forum discount code QLDAF10 to get 10 % off and that brings them down to a low price of only $9ea LIMITED STOCK Biopro Glass Submersible Heater Aquarium Fish Tank 300w (OEM) NO BOX DON'T MISS OUT
  4. Hey Guys Not sure about you lot but its been freezing here the last week (5 degrees colder than average?) Lots of reports of the dreaded white spot getting around to help we are putting our 300W heaters on at a crazy low price of only $15 BIOpro Aquarium Fish Tank Heater 300W 300W Heaters
  5. Hi All, Here is the link - Age of Aquariums - Eheim Jager 300w Heater No further discounts apply. Ben
  6. Hi Guys, I am slowly setting up a new 4ft display tank. I have an eheim 2217 and have purchased a hydor 300w. My problem is the outlet hose (where it is recommended to be installed) on a 2217 is 12mm and the hose connections on the 300w inline heater is 16mm. So I have a two options: 1. Get a piece of 16mm hose, a couple of reducers and a couple of hose clamps and put the heater on the outlet hose. I am concerned this will have a considerable effect on flow. 2. Install it on the inlet pipe (which is 16mm already). My concerns here are the heater will be installed upside down (as the flow through the heater is only one direction) and I'm worried about it leaking. This application will also require the heater to be cleaned out more often as the water traveling through it is unfiltered but doesn't bother me. It will also result in a bit of heat being lost as it has to travel through the filter and back into the tank but again this doesn't bother me. Any experience, input, ideas etc. appreciated. Thanks in advance, Beau.
  7. Hi All, Deal of the Day link below, Age of Aquariums - Hydor ETH 300w - Inline heater Ben
  8. I know the hose for AquaOne is approximately 17mm, however the hydor ETH heaters are 16mm. Has anyone used one on a aqua one filter hose. Is there adapters or does it just fit on nicely to the 17mm stuff. Just curious as will be buying one this week. Do they fit for Aqua One filter and what is required to make it fit to aqua one filters. Are they more efficient than a regular heater at keeping a more constant temperature? More power consumption with these to regular heater? This is aimed at you Japes, as I know you have one and anyone else who has one. Thanks, Adam.
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