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Old 04-27-2013, 01:35 AM   #11 
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I agree on the via aqua I have one of these and several hydor theo. there's another thread on here from today recommending the hydor ones, I like them and I also like the via aqua. The difference I've seen is that the hydor theo are completely submersible and you can suction them horizontally in the tank and the via aqua is just for putting upright.

Either are great :)
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Old 04-27-2013, 09:35 AM   #12 
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Thank you everyone! Great reviews and stuff. I think I'll go with the Elite one just because it is smaller, these are going in my 3 gallon tanks and a spare one for a hospital tank when I need it! And then the 50 watt for my 10 gallon.

I'm always tentative about putting a heater fully submerged in horizontal because I had one that said "Fully Submersible" and it went on the fritz and shorted out on me, nearly fried my Bettas! So yeah....I'll leave the dials still above the water lol I'm paranoid I know.

Thanks again guys! All the heaters are saved in my Wish List in case I want to look at them in the future as well ^^
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