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Aquarium Filters

An aquarium filter is absolutely critical when setting up a tank. Reef tank filters tend to be larger and more complicated than those used for fish-only aquariums, but aquarium filters for saltwater fish are similar or the same as those used in a freshwater aquarium. There are many styles of aquarium filters, such as canister filters, hang on the back filters, corner filters, fluidized bed filters, and undergravel filters. Each of these aquarium filters has its pros and cons and are used for specific reasons.

Aquatop Automatic Priming Canister Filter w/UV

Aquatop Automatic Priming Canister Filter w/UV

This really works!
Pros: Self priming feature works, canister will fill by itself from a dry start
Cons: AF-400 is really big! Had move stuff around to find a goopl
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Marineland Emperor Aquarium Power Filters
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$4999
Was: $59.99
Save: $10.00
(86 Reviews)
Penguin Bio-Wheel Aquarium Filters
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$1699
(28 Reviews)
API FilStar XP Aquarium Canister Filters
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Was: $99.99
(68 Reviews)
AquaTop CF Canister Aquarium Filters
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$7999
(6 Reviews)
AquaTop Aquarium Power Filter w/ UV Sterilizer
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$4999
(6 Reviews)
AquaClear Power Aquarium Filters
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$2599
(62 Reviews)
ProFlex Sump Aquarium Filtration Systems
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$18499
(9 Reviews)
Penn Plax Cascade Aquarium Canister Filters
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$6999
Was: $79.99
Save: $10.00
(34 Reviews)
Cascade Aquarium Power Filter
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$1189
Was: $13.99
Save: $2.10
(9 Reviews)
Fluval G Aquarium Canister Filters
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$24999
(7 Reviews)
Fluval "U" Internal Aquarium Filters
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$2999
(7 Reviews)