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    the magnets cost so much more tho... With the koralias, it already comes with the magnet stuff, so it's all worth it...
    But Seios are good. Really high output....

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    Oh, didn't know that

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    I found a cheaper alternative then getting a new powerhead/wavemaker. I just need to double check if it is SW tank safe. Its a simple plastic clamp. Here is a link. Let me know if you think it is safe.

    The tank isn't as cloudy 24 hours later, but it is nowhere near cleared up.

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    it would look ugly

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    Quote Originally Posted by xximanoobxx
    it would look ugly
    I'm pretty sure that I didn't ask how it would look, and the light fixture on the tank will hide pretty much all of the clamp. I was just wondering if the clamp would be SW aquarium safe.

    - 29g FW - Community - Congo Tetras and a mated pair Kribensis
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    as long as there are no metal parts, and only plastic is submerged, its fine

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    For clearing up the water, maybe try running a small powerhead with a piece of pipe into a funnel with some filter floss in and back into the tank.

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    And i guess it would work...

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    The tank is clearing nicely on its own. Give it another 24 to 48 hours and it will be ready for another picture for you guys and gals. It looks like I'm going to have a very, very deep sand bed, but I still need to level it out somewhat. The clamp doesn't appear to have any metal in the water, and very little of the clamp is in the water anyway.

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    A Koralia Nano would take up less room in the tank than a Maxijet. And IMO is perfect for a 10 gal. Koralia will also break up the flow a bit so you don't have one quick jet stream like with the maxi. Just put it in a back corner pointed toward a front corner and slightly upward.

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