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Ronny#66
02/23/2009, 07:53 PM
I have a 75 gallon I'm going to set up. I have a new never out of the box SeaClone 100 I baught in 1997 . I posted on reef central and no one can say anything good about this skimmer. I baught it at PETWarehouse. Who you baught out. I looked on your site and everyone loved this skimmer except one person. So whats the deal ? I want a good one this time but don't want to pay my life savings.

Ronny

dfs/la2
02/24/2009, 07:24 AM
Ronny,

Thank you for your inquiry. We understand that with the variety of products available it may be difficult to make a choice as to which skimmer would be best for your aquarium. When adding equipment to your aquarium you will find that most aquarists have a personal opinion as to which product is the best and what should be avoided. The final decision in what to use in your aquarium will be your own.

The SeaClone Protein Skimmer (http://www.drsfostersmith.com/product/prod_display.cfm?c=3578+4392+4400&pcatid=4400) has had great reviews from our customers, which can be found in the Testimonials (http://www.drsfostersmith.com/product/supplemental/customer_comments.cfm?pcatid=4400) area of the product. This skimmer is designed for tanks up to 100 gallons and has proven to efficiently remove the dissolved proteins and organics from the water at a great price.

We recommend trying your SeaClone Protein Skimmer (http://www.drsfostersmith.com/product/prod_display.cfm?c=3578+4392+4400&pcatid=4400) to see if it will perform to your expectations. If you are not happy with the performance of the skimmer we will be happy to assist you in finding a skimmer that would best meet your needs at a price you can afford.

Joyce F.
LiveAquaria (http://www.liveaquaria.com/default.cfm?siteid=20)
Drs. Foster & Smith (http://www.drsfostersmith.com/)