Metal diffusers

Steve Smith

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That's sorta cool looking, especially if you had the full ADA stainless steel canister filter and lily pipes! Certainly less easy to brake too, compared to glass! Maybe ideal for George? :lol:
 

billy boy

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That's a sweet looking diffuser :thumbup: But do you think the co2 could escape from the threaded part? Or would there be a rubber ring that screw's on with it?
 

samc

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i saw tis the other day. cant say i am too keen on it. i would be interested if anyone got one what they think about it though :D
 

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SteveUK said:
That's sorta cool looking, especially if you had the full ADA stainless steel canister filter and lily pipes! Certainly less easy to brake too, compared to glass! Maybe ideal for George? :lol:
What you trying to say?!? I only broke one of Dan's ADA lily pipes!! :shh:

I'm ok with cheap glass diffusers... :lol:
 

Lisa_Perry75

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That looks really nice, and just think, no scrubbing to make the pipe look clear!

All stainless steel could look good... I don't like the idea of water + electricity + metal for a filter/heater though. Sounds like a death trap!
 
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