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Last Review Posted by labnjab - posted: Mon January 16, 2012 12:18pm [ Post a Review

Views: 4740

We bought 2 of these last month to add to our 75 gallon reef. They are the best powerhead money can buy. Fully adjustable from 1000 gph to 3200gph and have a wide range of wave and flow settings to adjust perfectly to your reef, plus they communicate wirelessly to other Vortech power heads to either sync or antisync the flow. I have them set to 75% reef crest mode anti-synced on our tank and there is not a single dead spot in the tank. Our coral love it. Its more then strong enough for most demanding SPS but gentle enough in spots for our delicate LPS coral. The only downside I've found so far is their price. At $450 each it took a few years to save up for them, but they are well worth every penny.

Rating: 10
Product Details: "Vortech MP40wES" by labnjab - posted: Wed December 21, 2011 - Rating: ********** 10.00
Last Review Posted by labnjab - posted: Mon November 29, 2010 10:44pm [ Post a Review

Views: 8236

We have 4 of these in our 75 gallon reef along with a K1 and 2 koralia evo 750's. They provided powerful, yet gentle flow that simulate ocean currents and our SPS really love it and have great polyp extension and growth

Rating: 10
Product Details: "Koralia 2" by Scrup - posted: Wed July 21, 2010 - Rating: ********* 8.67
Last Review Posted by labnjab - posted: Sat December 12, 2009 8:14pm [ Post a Review

Views: 7586

We tried this our 29 gallon for a couple of months in a two little fishies reactor and didn't notice any reduction in algae

Rating: 2
Product Details: "phos lock" by smaug - posted: Sat October 3, 2009 - Rating: ****** 6.00
Last Review Posted by labnjab - posted: Fri January 2, 2009 4:51pm [ Post a Review

Views: 8865

I have the one rated for a 65 gallon in the sump for our reef and love it. I've also used it as a HOB before I set up the sump and it is equally as great. Once broken in, it removes plenty of stuff from the water. It does occasionally go on the fritz at water changes and is slightly noisy, but overall for the price its a great skimmer

Rating: 10
Product Details: "skimmer" by waterhog - posted: Mon December 22, 2008 - Rating: ********* 8.67
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