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Aqueon QuietFlow Internal Aquarium & Terrarium Internal Power Filter

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Description

Keep your fish healthier and more active with the Aqueon QuietFlow Internal Aquarium & Terrarium Internal Power Filter. The advanced filter design features three stages of filtration, including mechanical, chemical and biological. The Aqueon QuietFlow rids your tank of debris, toxins, odors, ammonia and nitrates to keep the water clean and crystal clear. With the directional return pipe, you can position this filter horizontally or vertically in either a terrarium or an aquarium.

Key Benefits
  • Four-stage filtration system
  • Rids your tank of debris, toxins, odors, ammonia and nitrates with a patented design that keeps water clean and crystal clear
  • Higher flow rates for proper turnover
  • No need for priming at setup or after cleaning
  • The submersed pump is virtually silent, requires no priming at setup and starts up automatically after cleaning and power interruption

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  • Item Number
    96869
  • Brand

    Aqueon

  • Aquarium Type

    Freshwater, Saltwater

  • Reptile Type

    Frog & Newt, Aquatic Turtle

Warranty

Limited Lifetime Warranty.

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13 Reviews 13 Reviews 3.7 out of 5 Stars

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85% of reviewersrecommend this product

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  • Nice Size, Very Strong

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    I bought this for a 5 gallon betta tank. The size of this filter is absolutely perfect for a nano tank like that. The flow, however, is very strong, even on the lowest setting. It's easily fixed by pointing the output toward the tank wall, though.

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  • Used for two mud turtles

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    Works great in a 40-gallon breeder tank filled with 15 gallons of water for two mud turtles

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  • Aquarium filter

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    Bought 2 of these to replace original equipment filters that just didn't cut it. We've had these for a couple of weeks now, and they are an improvement over the original ones. They are a little noisy compared to the others, but are a stronger model so that is expected. We have them submerged to help cut down the noise. The adjustable flow nozzle is a nice feature. It really pushes a lot of water. I may update after I have to change the filter cartridge system in a couple more weeks. But we like them so far.

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  • Great Little Filter

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    I purchased the AT15 for a split 10g betta tank when the second filter on the tank broke after a month of use. This little filter is super quiet, and it's slim profile takes up very little room, which is a huge bonus in a smaller tank. Plus with dark sand, a darker background, and plants, the filter blends right in. After some trial and error to get just the right flow, my one female betta loves her new filter, and so do I. I even ordered a second one for a separate 5g betta tank. All in all a great purchase.

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  • Great filter that I'd buy again!

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    I've read the negative reviews and want to respond. I bought this filter for my 5 gallon tank and I’m very pleased with it. The water is crystal clear after one day. I've had tanks for 32 years and currently have 7 tanks in my house. 125 gallon. 55 gallon, 30 gallon, 20 gallon, 5 gallon and three 1 ½ gallon tanks. To the person who said it worked for two weeks and then stopped. Did you take it apart to see if something was stuck in the impellor? To the other person who said the water was cloudy after a day. New tanks will go through a cloudy period. It’s always better to use water from an existing tank or some part of the filter media in a new tank. If you can’t then you just have to wait it I've read the negative reviews and want to respond. I bought this filter for my 5 gallon tank and I’m very pleased with it. The water is crystal clear after one day. I've had tanks for 32 years and currently have 7 tanks in my house. 125 gallon. 55 gallon, 30 gallon, 20 gallon, 5 gallon and three 1 ½ gallon tanks. To the person who said it worked for two weeks and then stopped. Did you take it apart to see if something was stuck in the impellor? To the other person who said the water was cloudy after a day. New tanks will go through a cloudy period. It’s always better to use water from an existing tank or some part of the filter media in a new tank. If you can’t then you just have to wait it out until the tank cycles. I’ve changed filters in existing tanks without any problems. There might be a short period of cloudiness until the good bacteria attaches to the filter. … more

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  • Really good

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    The filter is much better than the last one that I had and it cleans much faster.

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  • Filter tab

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    The tab on the filter broke off. With one pull. So now how do I get the filter out?

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  • Too strong

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    The filter is very strong and not the best for fish. It might be ok for turtles.

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  • Very Nice Power Filter

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    This works well for my 10 gallon tank keeps my water nice and clear for my red claw crabs would Recommend

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  • Good Filter

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    It's not exactly quiet if the spout is even slightly above the water, however it filters the water well. I use it for my 10 gallon fish tank that had a Betta and two ghost shrimp. Generally Bettas don't like strong currents because they can't swim through them with ease, but if you point it into a corner or along the side of the tank they don't seem to mind too much. All in all not a bad filter at all.

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