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Old 01-06-2014, 07:15 AM   #1 
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Question Help with picking a sponge filter

okay Ive been looking at sponge filters for a divided 10 gallon I want to setup. I have many choices. I'll post links and talk about them, you help me choose.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Aquarium-Fis...item338118fab4
I really like the double sponge concept, suck more yuck from multi fishes and help with keeping good bactria in by cleaning only one sponge one week then the other the next, reducing any dramatic changes in the water, less bad spikes. note the adjustable bubble outflow valve

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Fish-Aquariu...item4618024030
this design is really nice because it has clear body and tubes, also it can it can sit nicely in a corner,looks better. I like the multi layer design to filter better, the gravel at the bottom keeps good bacteria in. note the adjustable bubble outflow valve.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Aquarium-Tan...item5d47d5227c
same as first one but only single sponge

http://www.amazon.com/Como-Sponge-Bi...sponger+filter
standard sponge filter but its a corner one. note that it has no adjustable bubble outflow valve.


I like the first two the best, both diffrent yet both have pros the other doesn't...hard choice. note the first one is cheaper than the second.

please tell me your thoughts.
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If it was me I'd pick 2 of the single ones & put one on each side of the dividers.
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