25w Glass Heater from Aqua One - (11301)
This is a high quality, original spec. replacement 25w Glass Heater manufactured by Aqua One for use with any aquarium of up to 25 litres in capacity, including smaller aquarium models.
Robust & Reliable
Aqua One's Glass Heaters are extremely robust in use and under normal circumstances completely reliable. As ever with an aquarium heater, only ever switch on whilst fully submerged in your aquarium. The 25w Glass Heater model is thermostatically controlled and easily adjustable to the exact temperature requirement of your aquarium, meaning that it is literally a "fit and forget" item.
When installing your new aquarium heater it's best to leave the new heater sitting in the aquarium for about 5 minutes in order to acclimatise to the current water temperature before plugging in. Don't worry if the heater appears to switch on and off in use... this is perfectly normal.
3 Year Warranty
Aqua One's lengthy product guarantees are well known in the fishkeeping world, bringing complete peace of mind to aquarium keepers throughout the UK and beyond. Of course, Aqua One's 25w Heater also benefits from a 2+1 year warranty period, although this is seldom required as Aqua One Glass Heaters are extremely safe and robust in use and have proved to be consistently reliable over many years.
Keep a spare heater
Whilst Aqua One Glass Heaters are ultra reliable, with many tens of thousands in circulation, we still can't stress enough the importance of keeping a spare. Your aquarium inhabitants will start to suffer from temperature far quicker than poor water quality and having a spare heater on hand will avoid unecessary suffering and discomfort to your precious livestock.
Choosing your aquarium heater
Generally speaking heaters are a "fit and forget" item and once set can more or less be left to work on their own, without adjustment. Although fully adjustable Aqua One heaters are preset at 24 to 25 degrees celsius, which is ideal for most aquarium setups. All Aqua One heaters provide peace of mind for the fishkeeper for their ultra reliability and come with a 2+1 year guarantee for extra assurance.
As a rule of thumb, you will need a heater that is equivalent in watts to the capacity of your tank in litres. For example, if you have a 100 litre tank you will need 100 watt heater. For larger tanks it's a good idea to use two smaller heaters that will provide the same combined output, but spread the heat more evenly through the aquarium.
If you have any questions regarding Aqua One's 25w Glass Heater or are unsure of exactly which aquarium heater or filter spares you require, please do contact us. We are the UK's leading authority on all that is Aqua One.
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