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Tidepools & Powerheads

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Tide Pool

Would this be ok for an octo tank? Has anyone here used it before with a ceph? I'm trying to decide between this and a wet/dry filter, but this says it does wet dry filtration too and I wanted to get some input on it before I go and spend around $300 on it (including the prefilter and pump).

Also, would I need a powerhead for an octo tank?

Thanks in advance. :smile:
 

Colin

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I think it would be overkill but then... if you have a spare $300 :smile:
 
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Thanks for the opinions.

How about a smaller one? Paul can order it with all the stuff for about $150. It's range is 40 to 75 gallons.
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