EXO TERRA Repti Clear Compact Reptile Terrarium Filter, - Chewy.com

Exo Terra Repti Clear Compact Reptile Terrarium Filter,

By Exo Terra
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
$14.30Chewy Price
$22.99Chewy Price

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About This Item


  • Multi-purpose mechanical filter that’s fully submersible.
  • Setup and operation couldn’t be easier.
  • Engineered with an adjustable flow rate that has a maximum of 40-gallons per hour.
  • Perfect for circulating water in terrariums and aqua-terrariums.
  • Small enough to hide in just about any environment.

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Questions & Answers

1 Customer Questions

does this work when fully under water or does it have to be some what above water?
Answer by ChewyApr 12, 2022
This filter is fully submersible and can be installed either vertically or horizontally.

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1 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Jason420 on Oct 23, 2022


Excellent non-chemical polisher . I've used it in the turtle tank and in the planted beta tank . Excellent results in both . It's true you have to do a little extra cleaning because of the nature of the filter size but of the small filters I think it's the best personally and I'm kind of picky . It doesn't require an air hose and I've not had any problem with the suction cups like I have on certain other unnamed brands that are in a equal price range and are generally sold on the shelf right next to this one . I have both and this one is the one I should have bought two of . It has a nice right angle edge so it fits in a corner or underneath the animal dock . Very simple to clean . Literally a q-tip and a wringing out . Has enough flow that it makes a good power head up to about 25 to 30 gallons . Had it set up in a 10 gallon for a beta but it was just a little too strong in that tank . If using in a fish tank when turned at the proper angle it filters right and creates a nice surface disturbance across most of the tank . For the money you can't beat it . As usual if you want to hide the wire put it beneath the heater or alongside it . I keep it alongside it to help spread the heated water out so I don't have to put the heater at an angle . I'm no expert but you could call me an experienced amateur and I recommend this one . Also my personal favorite for shallow water stream tanks . A pair of them working in tandem made a great stream tank .... Only about 30 gallons obviously but it was cool ....