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Initial Impression - Cobalt Aquatics EXT Canister Filter

This is a discussion on Initial Impression - Cobalt Aquatics EXT Canister Filter within the Equipment Talk Section forums, part of the Aquarium Related Chat category; I think I will also be getting one of these. Finally just unplugged my AC70 as I got tired of ...

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    I think I will also be getting one of these. Finally just unplugged my AC70 as I got tired of the noise, now just have my XP3 running alone, and want to add another canister. Pets and Ponds has them for $115 plus shipping ($15) which seems a pretty good price. Thanks for the review!
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    Its great to see another canister filter hit the market.

    Cobalt seems to be a pretty sound brand. I love their new heaters too for Nano tanks! They are tiny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by April View Post
    Pumps can be bought separate so if the pump failed...the canister won't. I had some canister filters where the pump stopped working...and that was the end of the canisters. This way..you get a new pump or impeller and back in business.
    Just plug in and go.
    What I do with old canister filters is just attach a Rio or Maxijet pump to the intake hose and drop that into the tank. Viola, canister works again as a filter, even if the pump is toast.

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    Digging up an old post hoping that some EXT canister will read it... I love my cobalt canister but want to upgrade the pump. It's not powerful enough for my use (external installation; I want to add inline Co2 injection and inline heater), so I was looking at another inline impeller but can't find anything similar. Has anyone found a better replacement?
    Thanks

 

 
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