External Pond Filters

External pond filters sit outside of the pond and require a pond pump to push water through them and then back into the pond. External filters include pressurized filters and gravity or waterfall filters. When choosing a pump for an external filter, make sure you do not exceed the maximum flow rate of the filter (gallons per hour) or you will risk running too much water which could overflow the filter. We offer a wide range and types of external filters that will ensure your pond remains healthy and clean.

TetraPond Bio-Active Pressure Filters

TetraPond Bio-Active Pressure Filters

Great pond filter
Pros: Great filtration, easy to back flush.
Cons:
I have had this pond filter for around five years. It has worked well and is easy to operate. If this one ever breaks, I will buy another.
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Fish Mate Pressurized Pond Filter System Kits
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$42999
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Fish Mate Pressurized UV+Bio Pond Filters
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$23999
Was: $289.99
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Fish Mate Pressurized UV Pond BioFilters
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$12499
Was: $189.99
Save: $65.00
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Fish Mate Gravity U/V Bio Pond Filters
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$14999
(5 Reviews)
TetraPond Bio-Active Pressure Filters
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$16999
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Laguna Power Flow Pond Filter Falls
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$35999
Was: $439.99
Save: $80.00
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ClearChoice Bio Pond Filter
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$6999
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Fish Mate Pressurized Bio Pond Filter
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$18499
Was: $199.99
Save: $15.00
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Fish Mate Bio Pond Filters
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$3999
Was: $59.99
Save: $20.00
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Tarpon Sand Pond Filters
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$56999
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ProLine Bio-Falls Pond Filter
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$13499
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