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Fluval spec nanoaquarium, 19 liters

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This screws into the end section where the filter is really easily, just slip it over and the tighten it up to secure in place.

The Fluval Spec 19 Litre Aquarium in white also comes with Carbon media and Biomax rings (3 stage filtration) I've also seen so many different aquarium companies recommending different wattages for different gallons. The general consensus seems to be 50W for the Spec V however reading your comments I think you might be right.. always better to be safe than sorry! Would you recommend just a 25W for keeping a Betta in 5 gallons? I live in Melbourne Australia, not sure if that helps give everyone an idea of the weather For specific brands, I have found a handful of aquarium heaters that I know fit the Fluval Spec V. Note that the pump section in the Spec V is a bit smaller than the Spec III, so it is somewhat harder to get a heater to fit in the larger capacity aquarium. Three that I know fit are: The filter itself is huge for the size of tank and wins lots of brownie points for being in the form of an open chamber. I cannot wait to play with and tweak mine, trying out different resins and media, although if I'm honest there's nothing wrong with what's supplied. The question in my mind is the balance between smaller - so a smaller mouth and can eat only the small fry; or bigger and so cannot go where the fry may hide.Ultimately it's your choice. I feel the Fluval is worth the price, as most things in this hobby tend to be.

Then add a fish. I don't need many...probably only 1 or 2. The tank is small and I don't want to overload it anyway. I just want something swimming to look at other than shrimp. Less fish also means (hopefully) less fry get eaten too. I used some more wood to plug the holes where the soil cam down. I was than ready to add the plants. It’s really easy to clean and maintain and due to its size water changes and filter cleans only take around 15 minutes.As a general rule, the 5 gallon Spec V aquarium can have either a 25 watt or a 50 watt. I use a 50 watt and it certainly does not need more heating power. I think a 25 watt would have sufficed as well for our home.

I know a lot of people struggle with the age old question of what heater fits into the compartment of the Fluval Spec V (5 gallons). I would love to hear from owners who have successfully fit a good quality heater into the compartment and been able to heat up the water accurately and made sure it remained stable. Having said that, I still wholly recommend utilizing a good temperature controller. Most aquarium controllers can also be paired with fan to provide cooling control. It adds peace of mind and greater consistancy for temperature making your fish and inverts healthy.It goes in the end compartment as shown below, push it right down to the bottom (we used a bit of cardboard to push it down as its a bit of a tight fit). The Fluval Spec 19 Litre aquarium in a beautiful white finish is a stunning aquarium, ideal for first time fish keeping hobbyists. Integrated with a fantastic LED lighting system, aquarium fish and plants have an ideal source of natural looking light available for the best growth and developmental results whilst also enhancing the vibrant colours of your aquarium inhabitants. It comes in 2 sizes, 19 litre and 10 litre and a choice of colour. I’ll be reviewing* a white 19-litre tank that will be set up as a tropical step. This is a traditional looking compact aquarium that can be touched up or enhanced with lights and other accessories. There are a ton of Fluval-branded matching accessories you can use with the Fluval Spec aquarium.

Again this would be planted around to make a better look than just the sand but you should get an idea from these layouts. And here’s how it looks on week 4. The plants have started to take and the fish are adding some nice splashes of colour.Putting together our Fluval Spec aquarium was straightforward enough; the only part of assembly and setup that had be a bit stumped was how to orient the pump and get it installed in the bottom of the pump section. A few factors made me wonder how best to accomplish this: The pump sits next to the filter in an empty chamber and I have to confess I'm twitchy about it. I've had bad experiences with pumps of this nature, so the proof will be in the long-term pudding. If you decide on putting the heater in the main display, consider the Cobalt Aquatics Neo-Therm . It has accurate and reliable electronic controlls. It is slightly too big to fit in the pump section, but would be small enough to not be very noticible hiding in the display tank. What Wattage of Aquarium Heater do I Need for my Spec?

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