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Old 05-30-2012, 06:04 PM   #1 
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Hydor 25w heater.

This is the heater I've been recommended by a few different people.

But, based on reviews and what not, it isn't very reliable for tanks over 2.5 gallons...

So what I was wondering, is would it be smart to go for the 50w hydor?

Or look into a different heater all together? I have a 5 gallon tank.
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I was told to always choose to biggest heater you can for your tank. The 25w Hydor is rated for 2-7 gallons whereas the 50W is rated for 5 to 14 gallons. I'd go for the 50w especially since they are the same price @ F&S.
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Makes sense. :')
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