Hagen Fluval E 300 Watt Electronic Aquarium Heater.
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E Series LCD Aquarium Heaters from Fluval are the most advanced submersible aquarium heaters on the market today. Computer-controlled precision and fish-safe design contributes more than ever to the safety of your tank's inhabitants.
Dual temperature sensors, and temperature selection to the nearest 0.5 degree with an LCD display allows for precise control and accurate tank readings.
Colored display alert changes color if preset temperature changes plus or minus 2 degrees Fahrenheit. Integrated fish guard keeps fish from direct heater contact and protects glass sleeve from breakage. Easy heater bracket allows heater to be moved or removed without removing it.
Designed for tank or sump use.
UNIT SIZE: 14 in
MAXIMUM TANK SIZE: 100 gallon
CORD LENGTH: 6 ft.
POWER SOURCE: Electric
UL LISTED: Yes
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Heater Review by leon
I purchased two of the Fluval E300 heaters on March 16,2015 order number 100011091. One of the heaters work properly and the other heater is stuck at 86 Degrees Fahrenheit. I tried unplugging it hoping it would reset the heater none of which worked. I would like to exchange this defective heater for one that works properly. The heater works good when working properly. Maybe I just got a bad heater and Hopefully AquaCave will exchange it. (Posted on 4/1/2015)
Sleek design, well made and temperature accurate. Review by Michele
I really like the design of this submersible heater. The features are a plus. The LCD face alert changes color from hot to cold within 2 degrees of your preset temperature so you always know the precise temperature of your aquarium. The lever on top makes it very simple to adjust the temp. in .5 increments and can be changed from celsius to fahrenheit if you choose. The heater itself is enclosed so you don't have to worry about your fish bumping into it and getting burned or it getting broken. Moving or removing it from your tank with the adjustable bracket is a snap. (Posted on 11/11/2014)