Planted Aquarium Reviews
We are constantly told what works and what doesn't work. We are told what is the best and what isn't. I love to buy things that work as well as the hype that suround them. If something stands up to the hype, expect me to tell you. If something doesnt, expect that I will tell you and probably upset some people along the way. My reviews are based soley on my experiences with the items I am reviewing.
|ADA Cube Garden 120-H
The ADA 120-H cube garden measures 120x45x60cm. The glass is 10mm thick on all 5 sides of the aquarium. I have been using the ADA 120H cube garden for planted aquariums for about a year now. There are a lot of opinions out there on whether ADA’s products are worth the money that you pay for them.
|ADA Layout Tools
After using the ADA layout tools for a year or so I feel like I have enough practical experience with the tools to update my review on the ADA aquascaping tools. Below I will explain what I like and what I dislike about the ADA layout tools.
|Aqueon Circulation Pump 1250
The Aqueon Circulation Pump 1250 is designed to simulate natural river and reef currents by continuously circulating water.
|EHEIM Professional 3
The EHEIM Professional 3 is a monster of a filter. I am currently using it on a 178 gallon Oceanic planted aquarium - a size of tank that poses some interesting challenges for both filtration and heating. The Pro 3 handles both of those.
|Hydor ETH 300 In-Line Heater
Heating an aquarium more efficiently than a standard heater, while getting hardware out of the water column is a winning combination. Adding temperature consistency, rugged construction, and a reasonable price makes this a must-have item.
|Hydor Koralia Evolution 1400
The Hydor Koralia Evolution 1400 is designed to offer powerful yet gentle flow with a focus on energy efficiency.
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