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Setting up my 13g AIO tank again Equipment: -13g AIO. (I was told by a member on here a few years ago that it was Aquamedic prototype, but I’m not sure) -For now an Aqua Knight LED light my dad had laying around. I will be upgrading soon. -Sicce .5 return pump -Jebao SLW-10 -Pacific Coast Nano Skimmer -75 watt Eheim Jager -Aquatic Life RODI unit. I’ve always wanted to have a zoa garden, so that’s what plan to do with it this time. Possibly a photosynthetic gorgonian. Would like to put in a goby/shrimp pair, but also considering going bare bottom. Any fish recommendations for a bare bottom nano?
A while back I decided to give this little gem a go, I've had it for a few months maybe now so i decided I'd give it a little write up as I am very pleased with it. Cost i paid $100AUD but a quick look online suggests average $150AUD Specs dimensions - L125mm x W60mm x H85mm power consumption - max 12watts max head height - 1.5m max output - 1200L/h controllability - variable via controller Out of the box - packaging was neat tidy and well protected - the unit itself looks sleek and well presented Functions - variable control - feed more (10min) My experience I was really pleased with how well it works, I was happy to have the variable control as I do use my return as part of my water movement in the display. Makes it easier to fine tune how I want to move water in the display. The pump itself is super quiet, has nice rubber stoppers on the bottom to assist with vibration and noise. Controller is really easy to use and works correctly. Overall really pleased with this little pump and would definitely recommend it.