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I'm using this on an AIO, which isn't the ideal setup. There is a single water line in the sump section on an AIO and the sump represents ~26% of the total volume. This means ~24 hours will go by before sensor triggers, then the peristaltic pump will run for ~50 minutes. I was primarily concerned with least risk of water on the floor, reliability, and noise. On those criteria, I'm happy. The peristaltic pump isn't completely silent, but it's very quiet and more than acceptable for living room. The magnet mount is perfect for the sensor. I had a difficult time using it for 1/4 tubing. The rubber was so 'hard' that it was just impossible to force the tubing thru the opening (even after hot water to soften the rubber). I will eventually move to a sump system and this will work even better.
Spyglass and sicce nano
perfect little combination to fluidize my biopellets.
I got the spyglass from a recommendation and was not disappointed. Shipping was fast, being running with no problems! Will purchase a second one soon!
Great customer service and products
I bought the new media reactor with pump and it works incredibly well. Changing media is a breeze and the pump does not even need to be turned off to do so. Fast response to emails by customer service
Perfect. A well built unit and excellent customer service.