CoralVue High Seas 201B High Output DUAL Propeller Driven PowerHead.
Not designed to be run on Wavemakers.
Introducing our new line of powerful powerheads for serious reef keepers! These powerheads are a high efficiency high output propeller driven pumps that produce massive water currents in reef aquariums.
Comes in a single and dual driven power head model. All models come with a magnetic mount to attach the wave maker anywhere in the aquarium.
There is also a swivel base that allows the wave maker to be positioned at any angle the consumer chooses.
* Model: 201B
* Dimensions: 6.5"x4.5"
* Single Propeller, magnetic mount.
* 110VAC/ 60Hz
* 12 watts
* 6000lph/1500gph water flow
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Best bang for you buck!!! Review by Marcos Monteiro
Best Buy...I have it for four years working 24/7...Never had a problem with it. It puts out a tremendous amount of flow in my 62 gallon tank...I'll buy them again. (Posted on 11/18/2012)
Great pump Review by oldschool52
Great pump for the money. Replaced 3-MJ600 w this one powerhead in a 72g bow front. Corals loved it fish were not happy, they'll get over it.
Great flow for the $$$
Worked great out of box
Power cord at least 3 feet too short
Propellers would be better in black-not white
No individual swivel-both heads attached together.
I would recommend this to anybody and if separate directions are needed buy to single heads. (Posted on 8/5/2009)
Review by Brian in Ga.
Best bang for your buck..Mine works great and for the price I don't think you can find a better powerhead. (Posted on 7/22/2009)
Great value Review by Dave
This thing moves a TON of water, I have a 48" long 110gl which I had a couple of Koralia 3s, the second I plugged this unit in it picked up an absolute ton of settled detritus which was quickly removed by surface skimming.
The only problem with the unit is its ridiculously short power cord, I have the unit about 4 inches below water level and it only comes up and out of the water and reaches to the bottom of the tank (not the stand) this makes a drip loop virtually impossible. The koralia power cords are about twice as long. (Posted on 7/11/2009)