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[Sorry if this isn't in the right place! I figured care would be the best option XD]

This will be the first winter I've lived through where the temp will drop to levels where a heater is needed. As I'm so new to this I'm wondering if anyone has heater suggestions?! The tanks I'm heating is a 10 gallon (also I'm working on a budget so nothing to drastic would be nice) :D

Thanks in advance!
 

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I've got Eheims, Fluvals, Aqueons, and Hydors. All of them are really good brands.

Just make sure that what ever brand you get is adjustable. You want to have full control over the temperature in your tank(s).
 

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I have a Neo-Therm heater. It is awesome.. Works very well. You pay a bit more -- but for $10 or $15 bucks.. I think it is well worth it. You can find the right size for you easily on Amazon.
 

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I have a Neo-Therm heater. It is awesome.. Works very well. You pay a bit more -- but for $10 or $15 bucks.. I think it is well worth it. You can find the right size for you easily on Amazon.
Those are Cobalt heaters. I've not used them personally, but I've heard good things about them.
 

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I currently use a Cobalt NeoTherm, it is awesome. The 25W is just under $40 on Amazon. The Hydor Theo is also a very good heater, I believe the 25W is $20 on Amazon.

Also, you should use a heater year round, because bettas are healthier in a consistent temp.
 
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