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Super Reef Octopus 3000 (Coralvue)


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    Heidi - Reefkeeper
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    Thumbs up Super Reef Octopus 3000 (Coralvue)

    OK, so I got this for my 150 gallon. I love this skimmer! It has one of the new bubble blaster pumps on it which is a beast, yet very quiet. It was very self explanatory to set up and run the first time. It started pulling nasties as soon as I got the level set just right. I love the huge collection cup, makes less times I have to empty it (which is my least favorite or ANY reef job for sure) The 3000 is rated up to 300 gallons so I will most likely never need to buy a different skimmer. Oh yeah and a perk of the "New" pump is that it has a 3 year warrantee on it for fixing and replacing it. I know you all read about this in my thread but I wanted to put this over here and give a great big to Coralvue for creating such a great product!

    Super Reef Octop 4cbaa41d47446 - Super Reef Octopus 3000 (Coralvue)

    Specs: $399 , 3000 l/h rated for up to 300 gallon tanks. Dimensions: 14.5
    Last edited by Heidi; 04-11-2011 at 01:03 PM. Reason: cut off my post so now its complete

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    Sounds like a great skimmer!

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    Heidi - Reefkeeper
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    Quote Originally Posted by chort55 View Post
    how much air does it pull
    Air intake: 55SCFH

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    Default Sweet!!

    Ive got the 100 on my 65 gal. They do make a good skimmer.

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    They make a kick butt skimmer and return pumps.
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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    Quote Originally Posted by larryandlaura View Post
    They make a kick butt skimmer and return pumps.
    Ahmen there !!,they also are very low wattage pumps. Glad I saw this Hedi.Been debateing on getting the space saver for a secondary skimmer. Guess there goes the saveings account again LOL

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