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600L/H Aquarium Internal Fish Tank Filter Pump All Pond Solutions 600IF


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600L/H Aquarium Internal Fish Tank Filter Pump All Pond Solutions 600IF

  • Suitable for tank sizes up to 110 litres with 600 litres per hour max output.
  • Venturi aeration nozzle supplied to create bubbles and increase the oxygen levels within your tank.
  • Suction cups enable an easy set up of the unit inside your aquarium and has filter sponge included.
  • Height max 1.1m (Water lift)
  • Dimensions: 76 x 50 x 152 mm

All Pond Solutions 600L/H Internal Filter

This 600L/H Internal Aquarium filter is suitable for fresh or salt water aquarium tanks up to 110 Litres.

Features

*Designed for submersible use only with adjustable spray bar to increase oxygen levels.
*Venturi aeration nozzle supplied to create bubbles, increase oxygen level of returning water. No air pump needed in principle.
*Venturi effect: As water is pumped back into the tank, it can also be aerated by a venturi pipe. This accelerates the water flow and draws in a stream of air from above the surface.
*You can only either use the pray bar or Venturi aeration nozzle not both together.
*Replaceable filter sponge included inside the unit and also complete with suctions caps for attaching to the side of your tank.

Specification

*Model: 600IF
*Power consumption: 10w
*Max Output: 600L/h
*Height Max: 1.1m
*Dimensions: 76 x 50 x 152 mm
*UK 3 pin plug with 2m of cable
*Voltage: 220-240v
*12 Months warranty

List Price: £11.99 Price: £11.99

Elite Stingray Filter 10

  • Suitable for aquariums up to 50 Litres
  • 220 Litres per hour
  • The Elite Stingray filter provides effective mechanical, chemical and biological filtration with zeo-carb and foam filter media inserts.
Stingray Elite Aquarium Filters - 150 cms Electrical cord - 2 pieces carbon/Zeolite cartridges - 1 piece tail foam - 1 piece filter pad. Available in 3 sizes. Elite Stingray Filter 5 for 120 ltrs per hour Elite Stingray Filter 10 for 200 ltrs per hour Elite Stingray Filter 15 for 300 ltrs per hour

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  1. 20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    600 L/H Aquarium Internal Filter, 24 July 2010
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    This review is from: 600L/H Aquarium Internal Fish Tank Filter Pump All Pond Solutions 600IF (Misc.)
    An excellent filter with a waterfall affect, the fish appear to be very settled with it’s action and keeps the water crystal clear.

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  2. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    good for purpose, 27 Mar 2011
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    JDC

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    This review is from: 600L/H Aquarium Internal Fish Tank Filter Pump All Pond Solutions 600IF (Misc.)
    using this pump to suppliment under gravel filtration. thought it may be too powerful for the tank initially, but looking at the fish playing in the ‘current’ it appears to be a good thing in the tank.
    Found the instructions more confusing than useful, and the packaging said it came with a venturi effect pipe which was an unexpected bonus. This however was missing from the contects, irritating – but we didn’t return it as originally we hadn’t been expecting it so the pump was going to do what we’d originally intended.
    Don’t know how easy it will be to change/clean the filter media, will find out soon, hopefully without soaking the room.
    Would recommend this product, would be 5* except for missing bit, but with a warning that to put in a tank less than 42 inches you may find it too powerful.

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  3. 39 of 42 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    WOW, 24 Oct 2009
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    G. Morant “G morant” (Cornwall) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: 600L/H Aquarium Internal Fish Tank Filter Pump All Pond Solutions 600IF (Misc.)
    I have over 10 years experience of aquatic pets and i also work in a aquatic shop. I decided to give a “cheap” filter ago to see if they were any good. I brought this for a planted tank that i would be building in the near future. The other day i set it all up which was realy easy and then put it in. This was when i god amazed ! You have a choice of wether you want air coming out with it, you just want it to be normal or to have it like it is in the picture. The tank i put it in was a bit grubby but after 25 hours it is very clear. I realy recomend this product so much. There is a downside though and that is the fact that the plastic is very cheap But for a tenner it is SO GOOD. To be honest i would value this product at £30 ! Seriosly good even though there are just a couple of spelling mistakes on the box. Also VERY VERY fast delivoury. Thankyou for the filter !

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  4. 29 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Requires a little modification to be tank-friendly. Super quiet, 4 Jan 2012
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    This review is from: Elite Stingray Filter 5 (Misc.)
    I have one of each size of stingray filter, and they all have shown excellent performance to-date.

    They are quiet, easy to clean, reliable, and they look good too.

    There is an issue with the cost of zeolite replacements. My advice is to take them out from day one and discard them. The zeolite does effectively remove ammonia from your tank, but that is what the bacteria are meant to do in your filter. The idea of ‘cycling’ a tank, is to cultivate a nice balance of good bacteria in your filter and gravel. If you remove the ammonia chemically with the zeolite, you starve off the bacteria, and so your tank can not be maintained unless you endlessly replace your zeolite every 4 weeks. If you’re new to fish keeping, I suggest you read up on ‘cycling an aquarium’ before you start buying the fish.

    So, remove the zeolite cartridges and stuff the space with filter wool or other fish-friendly filter material.

    Second issue is injury to fish – not from being sucked up the filter – this is NOT an issue with adult fish and has never once happened. But when you suction cup the filter to the glass, a very small 0.5cm gap remains between glass and filter. So what, you might think? What could fit down there? A guppy will, and a tetra, and even a danio. I know from experience! Fish will find any crevice in your tank to explore/jump into, and if you don’t spot them in time, they’re dead.

    Solution? A non-toxic sheet of tank friendly silicon did the trick for me, tucked between the filter and the glass, or you can stuff filter wool behind the filter. Anything to stop little fishies going in there.

    Pros – Filters quick, quietly, lots of water agitation for great oxygen exchange. No noise, simple to clean. Lasts a long time, even in hard water.

    Cons – the zeolite cartridges are not needed in a healthy cycled tank. Using them can make your tank dependent on them as they can starve the good bacteria. You need those good bacteria in your filter to keep your water parameters healthy!

    Warning – small fish like guppies, danio and tetra can get trapped between filter and glass. Use a non-toxic material like filter wool to fill the gaps. It is not suited to fry! They get sucked into the filter and die.

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  5. 16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Keep it clean to keep it working efficiently., 17 April 2012
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    Dolly Mixture (UK.) –

    This review is from: Elite Stingray Filter 10 (Misc.)
    We have the elite stingray 10, it is the only filter we have ever had for our tank, and have had it about 4 years. It is working as well now as the first day we bought it. The carbon baskets, I was advised to change every 6 weeks, but I confess I do not change them that often. The sponges we clean in aquarium water, as is normal, but only change those if they become split or raggy.
    But you need to remove the bottom of the motor/pump where the impeller is and clean that regularly, get all the sludge and muck out. We also have hard water here, so that needs knocking off as well. I had not done it for a while, an oversight on my part, and the filter was not working so well, but now I have dealt with that, it is back to perfect again.
    I would totally recommend this product, it works well for us and we have no complaints with it.
    It does come with instructions of how to take it apart and what needs cleaning.

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  6. 47 of 50 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very effective-what to do if your filter has a rattling impeller:, 19 Jun 2011
    This review is from: Elite Stingray Filter 10 (Misc.)
    I’m cursed: Every filter i’ve ever had has always had a rattling impeller- these being an interpet PF mini (the worst filter in the world- suction cups that kept coming loose, how fiddly it was and and how ineffective it was) them I moved onto a TetraTec Easycrystal 250 (how extremely ineffective it was as i even saw fish waste coming back into the tank, how you couldnt access the impeller and also how loud it was). The Easycrystal eventually broke altogether and so my search for an effective and quiet filter began again. I heard that the Fluval U1 was very good but there were some extremely criticising reviews of it as well. I had been eyeing the stingray since i ditched the PF mini and so decided to buy it. The reason I needed a quiet filter is because my tank is right next to my bed (and i can’t move it anywhere else).

    The stingray came in a compact box and was smaller than I had expected. I was a bit worried when steam came out of the filter when I submerged the filter in the water, but apparently thats just the zeolite reacting with the water. I turned the filter on and the sudden strong current blew my curious fish across to the other side of the tank. I then aimed the head at the side of the tank which rectified my problem. The filter was quiet apart from a small rattling noise.

    After a couple of hours the stingray had cleaned up the mucky water the EasyCrystal had left behind leaving it crystal clear. I was impressed until:

    Two days later the rattling noise was louder and the sound continued to grow until it started to irritate and frustrate me, this must have been a faulty unit which was surprising as there was an orange QC passed sticker on the box. I couldn’t return the filter as it must have already been dirty after sucking in all the muck from the TetraTec.

    When i first opened the filter i saw the powerhead was easily removable and so when I decided I had to do something I turned off the filter and removed the powerhead. (This was turning out to be a messy job, I turned on the powerhead deparate from the water and the filter. The impeller was rattling its heart out. I did a ton of research on the internet with the most popular soloution being removing the impeller and rubbling a light-medium coat of vaseline all around and onto the impeller. After replacing the impeller into the powerhead and powerhead into the filter I replaced the filter into the tank and turned it on. I walked back and trod on the impeller cover (arrgh!), after replacing the impeller cover I turned on the filter. The filter was still rattling but this was expected as the impeller needed to spin to settle the vaseline in place. After about 4 hours the filter was so quiet the only way I knew it was running was the water movement at the side. It was unbelievable!

    So now there are no more irritations and sleepless nights.

    Back to the filter: Now that it’s quiet and it’s VERY VERY effective i think it’s an excellent filter for the price and would definately recommend this filter to entry level fishkeepers.

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