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200w External Aquarium Fish Tank Heater Inline Thermostat


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200w External Aquarium Fish Tank Heater Inline Thermostat

  • You are purchasing a high quality 200w inline external aquarium heater.
  • These heaters can be connected to the return pipe on your external canister filter, to heat the water being returned to the aquarium, providing a more consistent temperature in the aquarium.
  • These heaters are thermostatically controlled, so will shut off when the temperature in the tank is at the required temperature, and come back on when the temperature drops.
  • The temperature can be adjusted between 18 and 34 degrees Celsius.
  • This 200w heater is suitable for aquariums up to 200 litres in size.
You are purchasing a high quality 200w inline external aquarium heater.

These heaters can be connected to the return pipe on your external canister filter, to heat the water being returned to the aquarium, providing a more consistent temperature in the aquarium.

These heaters are thermostatically controlled, so will shut off when the temperature in the tank is at the required temperature, and come back on when the temperature drops.

The temperature can be adjusted between 18 and 34 degrees Celsius.

This 200w heater is suitable for aquariums up to 200 litres in size.

A cleaning brush is also supplied to allow the heater column to be cleaned during maintenance.

List Price: £28.99 Price: £28.99

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent and cheaper than the competition, 8 Jan. 2016
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    This review is from: 200w External Aquarium Fish Tank Heater Inline Thermostat (Misc.)
    Excellent and cheaper than the competition. In the past I’ve had Hydor external heaters and that was my first port of call when looking for a new external heater but then I decided to find out if any other company had bothered to release an external heater which is how I found this one. It’s more slimline than the Hydor ones, the box says it’s uses a ceramic heating element like the Hydor as well. Appearance wise they look very similar as well, I wouldn’t be surprised if they’re being manufactured in the same factory. The difference is the price, this one is considerably cheaper.

    I’ve got this inline with an Eheim 350 (2215) which has pipework of 12mm internal diameter (16mm external). The Eheim pipework needed heating to get it onto the heater and although too small to make use of the grey nuts on the heater it’s a very tight fit and I’ve not had any leaks. I used a heat gun, it’s quicker and works better than dipping in boiling water. I don’t actually use the built in thermostat as I have a digital external one that offers temperature profiling so I can’t comment on the thermostat side of this heater. Comes with a decent length of mains cable and a UK plug.

    The heater itself is branded as “Super Aquatic HT-600″ from lubychina

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  2. 2.0 out of 5 stars
    Hose attachments are simply not water-tight, 11 Nov. 2015
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    D. M. Williams (Woking, UK) –
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    This review is from: 200w External Aquarium Fish Tank Heater Inline Thermostat (Misc.)
    I don’t often give bad reviews, but I’m afraid I have to in this case. This heater simply doesn’t plumb in properly and make a water-tight seal with the hoses. At first I used 16/22mm hose, which I’m sure it’s designed for, but the nuts that are meant to tighten down onto the ‘fingers’ that grip the hose simply don’t press onto the fingers at all, and hence the hose is not gripped. You can pull them off, even with the nut tightened as far as possible. And not surprisingly, water dribbles out when you connect it up. I also tried with smaller 12/16mm hose and forced it onto the heater’s fittings after softening the hose with hot water – it stayed on and the heater worked for an hour or so (hence giving it two stars instead of one), but then one of the hoses came off. The instructions do not say what size of hose is required, but I’ve tried the only two sizes that vaguely fit, and neither works.

    So I will have to return this and buy one of the more expensive Hydor heaters instead. As the old adage goes: buy cheap, buy twice.

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