|Manufacturer||Deepwater Aquatics Distribution|
|Item model number||67106500|
|Product Dimensions||38.1 x 15.24 x 38.1 cm; 1 Kilograms|
SeaChem Large Aquarium Fish Tank Filter, Tidal 55 Gallon (200 Liters) by Sicce
|Price:||S$129.55 (S$129.55 / count)|
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- Hang on Filter for Aquariums up to 55 Gallons
- For Freshwater or Saltwater tanks.
- 3 Year Warranty
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Tidal Power Filters are designed from the ground up to provide your aquarium with high-quality, comprehensive filtration. They are easy to use and adaptable to a variety of aquarium conditions. With a host of features including a self-priming pump, dual water intake with surface skimmer, adjustable flow, maintenance monitor, self-cleaning impeller, and a filter basket that holds any kind of filtration media - and more of it - Tidal Power Filters are designed to deliver the highest water quality possible with maximum versatility and ease of use. They are suited to a wide variety of aquarium setups from saltwater to freshwater, ranging in size from 55 gallons to 110 gallons. All Tidal Filters have a 3 year warranty that can be extended to 5 years by registering your filter.
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I'm running one Tidal 55, Aquaclear 50, and an Aquaclear 20, on my 75gal aquarium.
Definitely a large improvement compared to the Aquaclear 50. A larger media compartment without larger outer dimensions. Greater water flow, and a lot quieter pump. The water outflow is lower in the tank too. Allowing you to have lower tank water levels. The intake is variable in length, and can be removed if you only want to surface skim.
The filter primes every startup. Unlike the aquaclear filters. Which sometimes don't prime, even when full of water.
The motor was a little noisy when I first installed the filter. But has become completely silent after a week of operation. It measures in at 32db average. Whereas my aquaclear 50 measures at 43db.
The black plastic blends in nicely with a black aquarium background. But the bright blue dials stand out in the tank. If they were also black in color, it would definitely look better.
Another minor downside is that the surface skimmer cannot be fully disabled. It's always drawing a little bit of water. This could be a problem if you have lots of duckweed. As the plant can be sucked into the filter, clogging the foam quickly.
Overall, it seems to be the new top HOB filter. Same cost as an Aquaclear. With greater media capacity, quieter operation, greater water flow, and reliable self-priming.