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HOB filter for ADA 60f

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Looking for some recommendations on a what size hang on filter for an ADA 60f, thanks in advance.
 

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I was a bit dissapointed with the APS one, it's a pain to prime.

Much prefer the Seachem Tidal, super little filter, if a little more expensive.
I do like the tidal one, I may get that style one. You think it will be ok on a shallow tank? I use a canister filter normally but fed up cleaning lily pipes at the moment to want something quick and easy.
 

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I have used the APS filter and it was great for me, I much prefer the outlet assembly as it is adjustable, has a spray bar etc much like a standard external.
 

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I have used the APS filter and it was great for me, I much prefer the outlet assembly as it is adjustable, has a spray bar etc much like a standard external.
Horses for courses I guess, be a boring place if we were all the same. My APS one started making some funny noises after a few months too, despite me cleaning the impeller etc..
 

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I like the Dennerle Scapers Flo. Quite like the APS but it's white and the flow is from bottom up.
 

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With all pond solutions you get what you pay for. They'll do the job, but I found them to be incredibly noisy.

Aquael versamax, seachem tidal, both great hobs
 

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I went for the the tidal 35 in the end, great quality and whisper quiet.


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