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Aqua El NeoHeater anyone have one of these?

jimbo

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Hi everyone, new to the forum & in the process of setting up a nano planted aquarium which is a 30 liter cube. Been looking for a good non glass heater for the tank & came across the rena smart heater initially but it seems abit on the bulky side for my small tank. I then came across an Aqua El NeoHeater which has all the same features as the rena heater but has a nice flat profile. It's the secound one down on this page via the link.

http://www.aquatics-online.co.uk/catalo ... cables.asp

Dose anyone here own one of these heaters or know anything about them?
I can't find any user reviews anywhere online.
Thanks.
 

Chmura

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Actually I have Aquael Easyheater ( it's a simplier version of Neoheater ), and I am glad of this choice. It is small, can work in any position ( horizontal for example ). As a heater it works fine, didn't have any issues with it. Neoheater should be exactly as good as mine, with the exepction of showing actual temperature, and some other technobubble.
 

jimbo

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Chmura said:
Actually I have Aquael Easyheater ( it's a simplier version of Neoheater ), and I am glad of this choice. It is small, can work in any position ( horizontal for example ). As a heater it works fine, didn't have any issues with it. Neoheater should be exactly as good as mine, with the exepction of showing actual temperature, and some other technobubble.

I think the neo version is fully micro processor controlled with a built in digital thermometer & lots of flashing led lights.
It's now a few pound cheaper than the easy version so i'm thinking of maybe getting one. How long have you had yours now?

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Chmura

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For a couple of months ( not sure how long ). A friend of mine recommended this heater, as he uses it for about a year.
Where I bought it the easy version is about 20-25% cheaper than the neo version.
 

jimbo

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Chmura said:
For a couple of months ( not sure how long ). A friend of mine recommended this heater, as he uses it for about a year.
Where I bought it the easy version is about 20-25% cheaper than the neo version.

Just found one 50watt easy version for £12.99 online almost everywhere else online has them at a higher price point than the neo's which is odd.
 

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