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    Quote Originally Posted by WarEagle
    War Eagle Cm25fl!!!

    That's what I figured, just hadn't seen it discussed and wanted to be sure I wasn't missing something here.

    faolteam,

    I was just thinking of ordering one of these:

    http://www.kensfish.com/ati-sponge-filters.html
    Which particular one,??? i will have to check ebay im living in Ireland

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    Quote Originally Posted by escamosa
    I would go right ahead and add the sponge filter! It's extra filtration, extra oxygen, and sponge filters are great for building nice bacteria colonies to keep your tank nicely cycled!
    im using a Teltrec 1200 , i was told with the 1200 on that tank,i don't need extra filtration.

    Would u agree with this statement ::I personally don't like bubbles in a tank,it could just add more stress to the fish.::

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    Quote Originally Posted by faolteam
    Would u agree with this statement ::I personally don't like bubbles in a tank,it could just add more stress to the fish.::
    I would disagree with that statement. All that is really necessary is surface agitation to complete the gas exchange process. Air bubbles are beneficial when your filtration doesn't offer adequate surface agitation.
    Last edited by Northerly; 10-04-2012 at 02:41 AM.
    Coastie-to-be... hopefully.

  4. Default was going to use one of these in tank to help cycle too


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    This is the sponge filter I use in all of my 10g breeder tanks.

    http://www.amazon.com/Aquarium-Bioch.../dp/B0056XVF82

    CYCLE WITHOUT FISH FOR THE LOVE OF POSEIDON

    Currently in the process of moving all of my tanks, everything is down for now!

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    would u recommend ?

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    I would definitely recommend those filters. For the price, it is probably the best filter you can buy online. I challenge you to find a better deal on one.

    Personally I have never had one fail on me, and I own 15 of them. Been using them for 3 years now, clean them once a month and only lightly.

    It's double sponged, so it's twice as efficient in housing bacteria as other single sponge filters. It also hooks up to your air pump, which is exactly what you wanted. It also comes with suction cups to stick to the wall of your tank.

    My only advice to you is if you don't want your water to be too disturbed, you can turn the bubble head upwards.

    CYCLE WITHOUT FISH FOR THE LOVE OF POSEIDON

    Currently in the process of moving all of my tanks, everything is down for now!

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